OUT NOW: Judge Dredd Megazine #400!

It's a quadruple century for the Megazine - and to celebrate we've got a bumper issue filled with favourites old and new!

9 months ago

The 400th edition of the Judge Dredd Megazine is out now!

Launched in 1990 as a sister title to 2000 AD that concentrates on stories from Judge Dredd's world, for our 400th issue we’re celebrating in fine style with a bumper 100-page bonanza featuring a stunning line-up of writers and artists!

There are complete twelve-page Judge Dredd, Devlin Waugh, and Anderson, Psi-Division stories from John Wagner, Henry Flint, Ales Kot, Mike Dowling, Alan Grant and Inaki Miranda, plus we have the start of new series for Lawless, Blunt, Storm Warning and The Dark Judges.

Add to that interviews with a couple of stalwart creators from 2000 AD’s Golden Age – Alan Hebden and Ian Gibson – as well as chats with the five previous editors of the Megazine, all of whom stamped their mark upon the title in its twenty-eight year history, and you have a packed Meg that should satisfy every Dreddhead out there!

Don't forget that if you buy this issue in print direct from our webshop within the next month you'll not pay a penny in postage fees in the UK! And if you subscribe to the Megazine you'll get a FREE print of each month's cover with each issue!

Judge Dredd Megazine #400 is out now from all good newsagents and comic book stores, plus digitally from our webshop and apps!

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Cover by Chris Weston

by John Wagner (w) Henry Flint (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Mega-City One, 2140 AD. This vast urban hell on the east coast of post-apocalyptic North America is home to over 100 million citizens. Unemployment is rife, boredom universal, and crime is rampant. Stemming the tide of chaos are the Judges, future law-enforcers empowered to dispense instant justice. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd – he is the Law!

by Dan Abnett (w) Phil Winslade (a) Ellie De Ville (l)
Colonial Marshal Metta Lawson was appointed to the frontier township of Badrock on the planet 43 Rega, intent on stamping her authority on the colony. But in doing so, Lawson made many enemies, including Munce, Inc., the mega-corporation that funds Badrock. Now, Munce is planning to dispose of Badrock once and for all...

by TC Eglington (w) Boo Cook (a) Simion Bowland (l)
The Mega-City One colony Getri-1, 2138 AD. On this remote outpost, Earth colonists have been attempting to make a new home on the planet, cataloguing and exploring its unusual flora and fauna. But a shuttle crash led to a desperate rescue mission, headed by the halfape Blunt, and upon their return they found the colonists had been kidnapped...

by Aleš Kot (w) Mike Dowling (a) Quinton Winter (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Brit-Cit, 2140 AD. A freelance paranormal troubleshooter and exorcist for the Vatican, Devlin Waugh is the world’s foremost supernatural investigator. Despite becoming a vampire after getting bitten tackling an outbreak in an underwater prison, Devlin’s escapades have ensured he’s much sought after when his services are required...

by Leah Moore, John Reppion (w) Jimmy Broxton (a) Simon Bowland (l)
Brit-Cit, 2140 AD. Much like its Mega-City counterpart, Brit-Cit Justice Department has its various departments, from Tek to plainclothes, Tactical to Psi-Division, and one of its more prickly operatives in the latter is Lillian Storm, a psychically powerful Judge with the ability to talk to the dead, and is often accompanied by her ghostly helpers...

by John Wagner (w) Nick Percival (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
After the events on the Mayflower, the cargo ship the Solips discovered the Dark Judges Death, Fire and Mortis floating in space, and the alien superfiends murdered the crew. Landing on a remote Mega-City colony world called Dominion, Death and co used their powers to decimate the population and create an army of zombies. Few survivors remain...

by Alan Grant (w) Inaki Miranda (a) Eva De La Cruz (c) Ellie De Ville
Mega-City One, 2140 AD. Psi-Division is a section of Justice Department that specialises in Judges with accentuated psychic talents – from precognition to exorcism, it is at the forefront in the war against supernatural crime. Cassandra Anderson is Justice Department’s top telepath, and has been instrumental in defending the city from numerous foes...

BAGGED REPRINT: Judge Dredd - First shot
by John Wagner, Gordon Rennie, Robbie Morrison (w) Staz Johnson, Inaki Miranda, Len O’Grady, Tan Eng Huat, Sam Hart, PJ Holden (a) Angus McKie, Eva De La Cruz, Chris Blythe, Len O’Grady (c) Tom Frame, Annie Parkhouse (l)
MEGA-CITY ONE’S GREATEST LAWMAN IS ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC AND POPULAR COMICS characters Britain has ever produced, so it comes as little surprise that many artists are eager to draw Ol’ Stoney-Face. This collection features the first Dredd stories by the new generation of pencillers, making their debut on the streets of the Big Meg. With art from Sam Hart (The Coldest City), Tan Eng Huat (X-Men), PJ Holden (Dept of Monsterology), Inaki Miranda (Catwoman) and more, these are their first shots at the future cop!