disillusioned Judge Dredd has taken "The Long Walk"
into the Cursed Earth, leaving Mega-City One in the hands
of his genetic clone, Judge Kraken. But Kraken has a tortured
past, one that is mercilessly exploited by Judge Death and
his twisted kin...
Book Two picks
up where the first volume left off. However,
not that much really happens and it could easily have been
condensed into a shorter story. In fact, one chapter merely
repeats what has happened in the previous weeks instalment
for a few pages before continuing and this looks a little
our of place.
is much more humour in this collection than in Book One
and this helps greatly to keep the reader engrossed in the
Ezquerra's art is as faultless as ever (apart from the small
fact that it is sometimes difficult to tell some of the normal
Judges apart from Dredd or Kraken).
said that, this is still an interesting conclusion to one
of the best 2000AD epics from my generation (I'm 30-something)
and it was a joy to relive my youth. It's just a shame they
stretch the story out, almost to breaking point.
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