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2000AD Prog 22, 23 July 1977, Judge Dredd, Good Condition, Free Postage, Rare Vintage Comic

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£489.99

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2000AD Prog 22
Judge Dredd
23 July 1977

Condition

  • Binding is in good condition
  • Old age stains and discolouration as usual
  • No pen/ink/pencil markings on any pages
  • Normal age fading/foxing/straining/discolouring
  • Please refer to the images

Packaging & Postage

  • It will be packaged in clear plastic cover as shown in the image
  • It will be posted in a padded envelope. There will be no backing board though. If you need backing board as well then let us know in advance before we post
  • Free Postage via Royal Mail 2nd Class postage within the UK
  • Free postage to any country
  • Will be dispatched within 1-3 working days

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1 review for 2000AD Prog 22, 23 July 1977, Judge Dredd, Good Condition, Free Postage, Rare Vintage Comic

  1. Shami

    2000AD Prog 22, released on July 23rd, 1977, is an excellent installment of the popular science-fiction anthology series. The highlight of this particular issue is undoubtedly the Judge Dredd strip, which features the titular character dispensing justice in his inimitable, no-nonsense style.

    In this issue’s Judge Dredd story, titled “The Oxygen Desert,” Dredd is tasked with investigating a group of oxygen smugglers who are believed to be responsible for a series of deaths in Mega-City One. The story is set in a desolate, barren wasteland known as the “Oxygen Desert,” which adds to the bleak atmosphere of the narrative.

    The artwork by artist Carlos Ezquerra is superb, with his distinctive style adding to the overall gritty and dystopian tone of the story. Writer John Wagner’s script is also top-notch, with his sharp dialogue and efficient pacing keeping the story moving along at a brisk pace.

    Overall, 2000AD Prog 22 is a great example of why Judge Dredd has become such an enduring character in British comics. The story is gripping, the artwork is fantastic, and the overall production values are excellent. It’s easy to see why Judge Dredd has remained a fan favorite for over 40 years, and this issue is a perfect example of why he’s still so popular today.

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