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Appearing in "Judge Dredd: The Big Itch!"

Featured characters:

Supporting characters:

  • Tek-Judge

Villains:

  • The Mega-City rad-flea, or superflea

Other characters:

  • Ichabod O'Flaherty, the first person to catch the superflea

Location:

Items:

  • Garbage grinder
  • Raw munce

Vehicles:

  • Dredd's Lawmaster
  • Several cars in a pile-up caused by an itchy driver

Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: The Big Itch!"

Mega-City One is infested with mutant fleas.

Appearing in "Max Normal, The Pinstripe Freak (He's Dredd's Informer!)"

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Villains:

  • Block maniacs from Shakin' Stevens Block

Other characters:

  • Spyro (in flashback)
  • South-Side Syme (in flashback)
  • Other Judges

Location:

Items:

  • Shampagne
  • Caviar-flavoured synthi-pops

Vehicles:

  • Lawmasters

Synopsis for "Max Normal, The Pinstripe Freak (He's Dredd's Informer!)"

Max fondly remembers his old, luxurious life from the days before the Apocalypse War, and leads the Judges to a pack of block maniacs who want to knock down his home, Ricardo Montalban block.

Appearing in "Judge Dredd: The Comic Pusher"

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  • Fat Sam (runs a soda bar)
  • Skinner and Sloper (importers)

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Items:

  • Millions of comic micro-film slugs

Vehicles:

  • Dredd's Lawmaster

Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: The Comic Pusher"

Max Normal lets Dredd know about a crime ring who are getting children hooked on comics.

Appearing in "Judge Dredd: Behold the Beast!"

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  • Would-be jewel thief

Villains:

  • Behemoth the Beast

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Items:

  • Dredd's Lawgiver

Vehicles:

  • Dredd's Lawmaster
  • Aforementioned diabolical flying steeds

Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: Behold the Beast!"

An entity calling itself 'Behemoth the Beast' kidnaps Dredd, takes him to a hell dimension and tries to scare him into obedience with copies it has created of his various dead foes. It doesn't work.

Appearing in "The Mean Machine Gets Married!"

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Letterer:

  • Potter

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Villains:

  • All of the above characters

Other characters:

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Items:

  • Large pile of money
  • Sadie Suggs' seven-pound hammer

Vehicles:

  • Re-purposed U.S. Army truck

Synopsis for "The Mean Machine Gets Married!"

Mean meets and weds the love of his life.

Appearing in "Judge Dredd: Komputel"

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  • Mr and Mrs Burton, a newly married couple

Villains:

  • Hotel's central computer complex

Other characters:

  • Washington, a "city father"

Location:

Items:

  • Dredd's Lawgiver

Vehicles:

  • None

Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: Komputel"

An intelligent computer which has been put in charge of the city's first completely automatic hotel decides to murder all the guests.

Appearing in "Judge Dredd: It's Happening on Line 9"

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  • Pete Petrie, a presenter on Line 9

Villains:

  • Lawrence 'Larry' Hoover of Ray Chandler block

Other characters:

  • Ed Webster of the Universal Kneepad Corporation
  • Bill of Len Bernstein block
  • Candice of Pearl Buck block
  • Henry of Petula Clark reconstructs
  • Andy of Chuck Berry block

Location:

Items:

  • Portable television
  • Dredd's Lawgiver

Vehicles:

  • Multiple crashing cars
  • Dredd's Lawmaster

Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: It's Happening on Line 9"

A random citizen snaps and decides to start murdering people while he's live on Line 9 ("the channel where you the vidder are the star!").

Notes

Also contains:

  • A Judge-speak quiz
  • A map showing how 'Block Mania' (the precursor of the Apocalypse War) spread
  • Burt interviewing T.B. Grover (the nom de plume of writing due Alan Grant and John Wagner)
  • 'A Day in the Death of Citizen Egg', a text story written by Alan Grant and illustrated by Dave Gibbons
  • A Justice Department data file on Melda Dreepe, a citizen swept up by Block Mania
  • Judge Finlay's Case Book
  • 'I Was a Teenage Perp!', a text story written by Alan Grant and illustrated by Brett Ewins
  • A 'could you survive a holiday in Mega-City One?' quiz
  • A double-page spread of readers' art, hosted by Walter the Wobot
  • A double-page spread about the life and death of Judge Giant, illustrated by Steve Dillon
  • A Justice Department data file on Captain Skank
  • A Justice Department data file on Fergee
  • A crossword
  • Lawmaster Mk I blueprints
  • A guide to the different types of organised crime prevalent in Mega-City One


Trivia

Published by Fleetway in 1982 (despite the cover date).


Recommended reading

The next annual in the series.

Links and references

Why not visit the 2000 AD website?

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