C is for Chopper

Marlon “Chopper” Shakespeare is the Judge Dredd series’s own rebel without a cause. Originally appearing as a graffiti artist in Un-American Graffiti (progs 206-207, 1981), for true Dredd fans it is this they think of whenever they see a smiley face, not Watchmen or acid house. He went on to become best known as a… Continue reading C is for Chopper

B is for “Bad” Bob Booth and Beeny

Robert L. Booth – aka “Bad” Bob Booth – is, in Dredd continuity, the last president of the United States of America. Following a disastrous global nuclear war, he was overthrown by the Supreme Court, which invoked the Declaration of Independence: But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object… Continue reading B is for “Bad” Bob Booth and Beeny

A is for Anderson

Psi-Judge Anderson is probably the most popular Judge other than Dredd himself amongst the fan base. Anderson is a telepath and can read minds, read psychic impressions from inanimate objects and gets “psi-flashes” of things happening nearby (a souped-up form of clairvoyance). She originally appeared in Judge Death (progs 149-151, 1980), which was also the… Continue reading A is for Anderson