Judge Dredd is sent undercover to the maximum security prison
on Titan to investigate a series of suspicious deaths denied
by the new management. But something else is out there on
the freezing plains of Titan. For 30 years people have committed
murder to keep it quiet, but now its secret alone can stop
the killing and save the Earth. Dredd must walk among serial
killers and mass murderers to find the answer to the puzzle,
or he may find he will be spending the rest of his life trapped
stars Nicola Bryant as Judge Mordin. Most famous as her role
as Perpugilliam (Peri for short) Brown in Doctor Who,
this audio production just proves that the fact Bryant has
been absent for so long from our screens is a crime. Her portrayal
of Mordin is wonderful and it is a credit to her acting talents
that not once did I picture her past annoying American student
character as I was engaged in this adventure.
touch here is the background of Stacey Dolan, who is in control
of the penal colony on Titan. Her previous jobs have obviously
been in marketing and public relations and this spills over
into her new role. The guards in the facility are known as
"red coats" and when a fight breaks out she is quick
to point out that it is not a fight, but a "discussion."
Jonathan Clements has also played homage to South Park
with his character Malcolm the counsellor. Malcolm insistence
on saying "MmmOk," after every sentence is obviously
a reference to South Park's school counsellor Mr McKay.
only character that I felt was unbelievable was Riley, the
Irish drug dealer. His accent was very forced, even dropping
away in a few instances, and there was very little feeling
in his delivery - like he was simply reading from the script.
of the great things about these audio productions is that
they are a family listening experience. The copy we reviewed
has now been passed on to a family friend who read 2000AD
as a teenager and he sits and listens to these productions
with his young son. Although, on this release there was a
questionable use of the word "feck". There was one
instance of its usage where it sounded a little too much like
that other well known expletive starting with "F".
series from Big Finish just keeps getting better and better.
This is the one release that I truly look forward to every
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