The Thing meets Where Eagles Dare as two of the world's most popular comic book writers - Grant Morrison and Mark Millar - produce a high-octane thriller!
When a Mega-City One expedition spaceship that has been missing for 15 years suddenly crash-lands in the Antarctic, Judges from various Mega-Cities are sent to investigate and salvage what they can. But something new is on board – an unimaginable threat, that only the toughest Judge of them all – Judge Dredd – can hope to defeat!
When Project X - the ultimate East Meg weapon – escapes from a secret Soviet base, he heads for Mega-City One to exact revenge again his people’s greatest foe – Judge Dredd! Has Dredd finally met his match? Find out right here as the ‘Big Meg’s’ finest takes on the best the East has to offer!
These two action-packed tales are brought to you by the biggest writing talents in the comics’ industry, Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, Batman and Robin) and Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, The Ultimates), featuring marvellous art from Judge Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra (Strontium Dog, Adventures in the Rifle Brigade) and Mick Austin (Warrior, Doctor Who Magazine).
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 became 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.
Artist Mick Austin is perhaps better known for his acclaimed book jacket illustration rather than for his comics work. However, in addition to assorted covers and pin-ups, he has contributed to several 2000 AD series - Future Shocks, Indigo Prime, Judge Anderson, Judge Dredd, Tales of the Doghouse, Terror Tales, Urban Strike and Vector 13. He was also the artist behind the controversial 'Judge Corey' story in 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special 1989, featuring the titular Judge's suicide.