Bring On More Dredd
I haven't regretted picking up this title at all.
There is just so much history and story that this book can draw from, and it gives you that sense of history in the end of each book as Douglas Wolk provides a way for readers who are new to the character, like me, to know the history.
This issue shows the rest of the story from the previous issue's main story, and it ends how I expected it to. That isn't to say that it was a boring read or anything, I was still thrown for a couple of curve balls as the story progressed.
I did like how Tarjay started to get a little existential at one moment with the thought of people controlling his brain. It was right at that moment that Dredd simply said "drokk this" and started to crash the ship. It was a moment that I found to be quite hilarious.
Dredd has just become so entertaining in the main story and in the back ups that I am thankful that it drew my interests in. While I liked the focus on Tarjay in the back up, I imagine that his story will weave more in and out in the main story each month without dragging it down. Each month I just find myself liking the city, the characters, and the overall appeal of Judge Dredd done right.
Hey, I needed something to get the taste of the Stallone Dredd movie out of my mouth that I recently saw. This book definitely helps with that.
General Feeling After Reading: Need more Dredd.
Buy Next Issue: Definitely!