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World's changing. Doesn't mean Dredd has to. 

Mega-City One, 2082. In two short years, Judge Joseph Dredd has tackled hardened killers and would-be revolutionaries; he's taken beat-downs and bounced back; and he's even arrested his own brother.

There's no such thing as a 'normal year' in the Big Meg. In his third year on the sked, he'll become embroiled in the growing anti-robot movement; he'll head back out to the Cursed Earth; and he'll fall afoul of the secretive SJS - and not for the last time.... 

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Feels like the real thing!

If you like 2000AD then definitely get ! Enjoyed the three story's all different all interesting.

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Great listen ,JDREDD in Cursed Earth outstanding .

Well told and a great listen. Judge Dredd getting out of mega-city one. outstanding

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excellent

brilliant well read great stories loved every minute my favourite Judge Dredd book highly recommended

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Classic Judge Dredd!!!

If you read the dredd comics you will not be disappointed.
Loved the accent the narrator"narrates" with.
The story is the perfect blend of humour and seriousness with dredds ultra seriousness sometimes being funny and I love it. I really feel connected to the ctiy of mega city 1

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great world,

I enjoyed this very much. I hope they make more. narrator was gd at dredds voice. he is funny in parts

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Dredds voice is spot on

Brought this after listening to Judge Deaths big day out, William Hope certainly has talent for this - and I do enjoy his 'Boston' type Dredd voice who seems perpetually irritated with everyone and squirms with Human interaction.

Stories are okay, but i preferred the Judge Death ones personally.

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Another class story

it's by far another winner for Judge Dredd audio stories this will be the 5th one I've committed to without disappointment.

The stories gripping & detailed the narrator again delivers an array of character voices that separate the law man Judge Dreed from his foes. Absolute ride into the world of Dredd if this is your preferred way learn the lore. highly recommended listen.

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Two out of three solid stories

The first two stories weren’t bad reads. The third tried doing really odd things with Dredd, however. It went so far off from the Judge Dredd of comics trying to build him as a human and empathetic character, capable of questioning the authority over him or himself and often pictured without a helmet. These are completely counter to the Joe Dredd featured in every other account. It isn’t something fresh; it’s just a wrong turn on the path Dredd has trudged since the seventies.

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