"A great collection of Dredds by Williams & Weston. Hard to pick a favourite, but I think the sad Klegg carries the day. Highly recommended."
– Garth Ennis (The Boys, Preacher)
"Ferociously intelligent, brutal, and yet interspersed with moments of sublime beauty. Dredd's world has never looked better, or felt more horrific."
– Ian Dunt (politics.co.uk, How To Be A Liberal)
"Gaze into the fist of Dredd" was the classic, but with Rob Williams we gaze into the mind of Dredd"
– Rowan Hooper, New Scientist
"An all-time volume that nails the tone, art, everything."
– Jeff Parker (X-Men, James Bond)
"The new Judge Dredd: Control book is so drokkin' good! Class Dredd in all the best ways, but still as fresh as hell. With visuals that will melt your eyes. Recommended to all citizens."
– JH Williams III (Sandman Overture)
"Gorgeous collection of stories that are like if Arthur Miller decided to roam Mega City One."
– Van Jensen (Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer)
"Williams and Weston have delivered a fantastic 130 pages of classic Dredd! 10/10"
– Flickering Myth
"Williams and Weston deliver again and again ... another essential Dredd volume for your collection."
"Can we just stop whatever we’re doing for a moment and talk about Chris Weston? This guy knows how to draw some comics."
– Tegan O'Neil, The Comics Journal
"Rob and Chris Weston have a perfect grasp on what makes Dredd so compelling: a hero, a monster; an icon. This story boils with epic ambition and grimy realpolitik. This IS the law."
– Simon Spurrier (Hellblazer, Coda)
"It's a satire-tipped bullet, it is the best of JUDGE DREDD -- provocative speculative fiction that wields its monolithic pop culture icon to cut through the paranoid issues of the modern, often-fearful moment. Society and its follies are the nails, Dredd's the hammer, and we love him for it."
– Steve Orlando (Wonder Woman, Justice League)