20/01/2022  judge Dredd @ 45 Exhibition At London's Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum of London are presenting an exhibition of original artwork to mark the 45th anniversary of Judge Dredd and the comic 2000AD.

It runs until April 24th

2000 AD is a weekly British science fiction and fantasy comic first published by IPC Magazines dated 26 February 1977. Since 2000 it has been published by Rebellion Developments.

Judge Dredd is a law enforcement officer in the dystopian future city of  Mega City One .on the east coast of North America and surrounded by wastelands populated with mutants of various kinds. Dredd is a  'Street Judge'  empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence, and execute criminals and generally keep citizens in line in this authoritarian state.

created by writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra. Judge Dredd first appeared in the second issue of 2000AD and is the magazine's longest-running character. There have been two films featuring him and he appears in video game adaptations

The American video game and enertainment website  Imagine Games Network operated by IGN Entertainment Inc., ranked Judge Dredd 35th of the top 100 comic book heroes of all time.

The Cartoon Museum can be found at 63 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1A 3AE. Tel: 020 7580 8155

Dredd @ 45 is included in the museum ticket price, and tickets are available online from https://www.cartoonmuseum.org/

Artists of images in descending order - Carlos Ezquerra - Brian Bolland - Brett Ewins - Tom Foster - John Burns - Ron Smith - Greg Staples

all copyrights acknowledged

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