A member of the Judges' psychic division the wise-cracking female Judge Anderson is a major character in the Judge Dredd universe - and is the co-lead character alongside Judge Dredd in the upcoming Dredd movie. This all-color collection, never before published, features some of her most thriling tales and is the perfect entry-point for new readers.
DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT BREAKING THE LAW!
Mega-City One, a futuristic metropolis sprawling across the East Coast of North America. This hostile urban nightmare is policed by the Judges – tough lawmen with the ability to act as judge, jury and executioner. Within the Justice department is a section known as ‘Psi- Division’ which specialises in Judges gifted with extraordinary psychic abilities.
Cassandra Anderson is one such Judge – a powerful telepath with a rebellious streak and a talent for getting into trouble...
With never-before collected Judge Anderson stories by 2000 AD legend Alan Grant (Batman) and featuring stunning artwork from Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd), Boo Cook (Elephantmen) and Trevor Hairsine (Cla$$war), you don’t need to be psychic to know that you need to add this book to your collection!
With over 300 2000 AD stories to his name – not to mention over 250 Daily Star Judge Dredd strips – Alan Grant’s prolific creative record speaks for itself. Outside the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, Grant is well-known to Batman fans following a lengthy run on various incarnations of the title. More recently he has adapted Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novels Kidnapped and Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde in Graphic Novel format with artist Cam Kennedy.
Carlos Ezquerra was the co-creator of Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Rat Pack, Major Eazy and many other fan favourite characters, he designed the classic original Dredd costume as well as visually conceptualising Mega-City One. In addition to these credits he also illustrated A.B.C. Warriors, Judge Anderson, Tharg the Mighty, and Cursed Earth Koburn amongst many other stories. Outside of the ‘Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’, Ezquerra illustrated the first Third World War episodes in Crisis magazine, and become a regular collaborator with Garth Ennis, working on Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, Bloody Mary, Just a Pilgrim, Condors, The Magnificent Kevin and two special Preacher episodes. He died in 2018 but his profound influence on the world of comic art cannot be overstated.
Boo Cook’s 2000 AD debut came some years before he was to provide pencils for the comic proper – as a young man, he sent a fan sketch in to the letters page! Thankfully he continued to hone his art, working on a number of Future Shocks before landing a guest spot on the fan-favourite A.B.C. Warriors series. Cook’s facility with huge crowd scenes and alien designs has quickly established him as a talent to watch, and with three co-created series — Asylum, Dead Men Walking, Harry Kipling (Deceased) — under his belt, he is one of the Galaxy’s Greatest’s brightest hopes for the future.