Appearing in "Judge Dredd: The Gift of Mercy"
- Mercy Roberts
- Skinny guy (a drug dealer)
- Fat guy (another drug dealer)
- Doctor KLH51 (removes Mercy's heart)
- Eight-string gitter
- Toy gun
- Blue slabster
Synopsis for "Judge Dredd: The Gift of Mercy"
Dizzy and Mercy Roberts are both on welfare and they want to finally have a decent Christmas. Dizzy holds up a pair of rich drug dealers with a toy gun, and Mercy sells her heart (she gets a mechanical replacement). Mercy tells Dizzy they can't keep the drug money, and gives it to charity. With the money from her heart, Mercy can afford a bribe to get Dizzy a job. Dizzy gets her the eight-string gitter of her dreams. It's the best Christmas ever, until Judge Dredd crashes into their apartment. He arrests Mercy for bribing an employer and Dizzy for abetting her (he's already wearing his work uniform).
Appearing in "Citi-Def: Field Trip"
- Judge Wylde
- Nosebleed McGall
- Two Judges
- Flight crew
- Winona (a rifle)
- Texas City aircraft
Synopsis for "Citi-Def: Field Trip"
The Quentin Tarantino Citi-Def are on an exchange trip to Texas City, but their transport is shot down by mutant marauders over the Cursed Earth. Two of them are kidnapped and meet a Judge called Wylde who took the Long Walk. The others are left to face a clean-up crew of muties on tyrannosaurs.
Appearing in "Tank Girl: Skidmarks"
- The former bounty hunter turned outlaw Tank Girl
- Beloved boyfriend Booga
- Delightful bosom buddy Barney (on her back, in a coma, needing several billion dollars to put her straight)
- Pop star Dee Dee Ramone
- Pop tart Jet Girl
- An outrageously rich freako, bombed out of his skull
- Length of piping
- Mint condition 1978 Scimitar GTE
- Vintage ombnibus
Synopsis for "Tank Girl: Skidmarks"
Tank Girl and her buddies are taking part in an illegal cross-continental race.
Appearing in "Insurrection (part one)"
- Senior Colonial Marshal Karel Luther
- Colonial Marshal Zia Freely
- 7, a droid
- Simeon, an Uplift
- Senior Judge Kulotte
- Commander Pedersen
- Marshal Lomax
- RU12, a droid
- K Alpha 61, renamed Liberty
- An SJS spaceship
- Video camera
- SJS spaceships
Synopsis for "Insurrection (part one)"
On July 4th 2130, one of Mega-City One's colonies declares independence. The SJS decides to terminate them with extreme prejudice.
Published by Rebellion in January 2009.
Also contains book and film reviews, a letters page and an interview with Greg Staples.
The next Megazine in the series.
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