"Er ... democracy!" Get the new Democracy range of tees from 2000 AD!
From apathy to pro-Judge, there's something for everyone in this new line of politically-charged tees!
3 weeks ago
In the totalitarian dystopia of Mega-City One, the most subversive thing you can be ... is pro-democracy!
The new 2000 AD 'Democracy' range of T-shirts features both classic artwork and fresh designs plucked from the pages of Judge Dredd, all themed around the fight for democracy in Mega-City One. So whether you're a pro-democracy agitator or pro-Judge enforcer, there's something for you!
These stunning pieces of Judge Dredd merchandise are available to order now in multiple sizes and colours. Printed in the UK, this quality T-shirt is mandatory wear for any Dredd fan!
- Available in both unisex and women’s cuts on Fruit of the Loom shirts.
- Available colours: Black, White, Royal Blue, Classic Olive, Red, Sunflower.
- Available in sizes 3XL (unisex) and 2XL (women’s)
These are print-on-demand T-shirts, so please allow between 3-10 working days for the item to be printed and dispatched.
John Higgins’ classic Judge Dredd cover to 2000 AD Prog 531 is now on a T-shirt – get the ultimate figure in political satire on a terrifyingly topical tee!
Higgins’ cover advertised 'Revolution', the Wagner and Alan Grant story he illustrated in 1987 – a landmark moment in the strip’s history and one which had ramifications for years to come!
For decades, the struggle for people power has been one of the most important and satirical aspects of Judge Dredd; from pro-democracy terrorists storming a TV station in 'Revolution' to the city-wide referendum on the rule of the Judges in 'Twilight's Last Gleaming'.
As detailed in the opening chapter of the year-long mega-epic, The Day of Chaos, the Apathy Party are the party that aren't really bothered about canvassing your vote. And now you can wear the mark of Apathy and let people know that you're not fussed either way!
The Simps have been a feature of Judge Dredd's world ever since the ill-fated wedding of Clovis Leach and Nobby Clunk in 2000 AD Prog 527. Now, Cliff Robinson's earliest design for the mad fadsters is available on a democratically-inclined T-shirt!
John Higgins’ classic Judge Dredd cover to 2000 AD Prog 533 is now on a T-shirt – get the ultimate figure in political satire on a terrifyingly topical tee!
This was Higgins’ second cover to mark 'Revolution', the Wagner and Alan Grant story he illustrated in 1987 – a landmark moment in the strip’s history and one which had ramifications for years to come!