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by Henry Flint,John Wagner


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This comic is better than most Aliens and Aliens Versus comics,but is not one of the best Dredd ones. Some Perps have gotten hold of Aliens eggs

This comic is better than most Aliens and Aliens Versus comics,but is not one of the best Dredd ones. Some Perps have gotten hold of Aliens eggs. After busting up a protest by illegal ecologists,Dredd is called to an incident at a hospital,just in time to find a baby Alien burst out of a chest. The Verminators are called in to flush the creature out of the hospital ventilation system. I did half enjoy this. It seems abriviated,with just indications of character.

The tenacious Judge Dredd, upholding the law in a deadly, radioactive future, has faced everything from mutants to supernatural . This comic is better than most Aliens and Aliens Versus comics,but is not one of the best Dredd ones.

The tenacious Judge Dredd, upholding the law in a deadly, radioactive future, has faced everything from mutants to supernatural possessions.

John Wagner Andy Diggle. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens is an intercompany crossover, featuring Judge Dredd and the Alien from the Alien franchise. Aliens: Incubus at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original). It was published in 2003, weekly in 2000 AD and as a monthly mini-series by Dark Horse Comics.

Judge Dredd versus Aliens: Incubus, also known as Judge Dredd vs. Aliens: Incubus, is a four-part comic book story that was first published by Rebellion and Dark Horse Comics in Rebellion's 2000 AD magazine Prog 2003 and from Decembe. Aliens: Incubus, is a four-part comic book story that was first published by Rebellion and Dark Horse Comics in Rebellion's 2000 AD magazine Prog 2003 and from December 2002-April 2003.

Judge Dredd vs. Aliens book. but can he, a group of judges, and the elite team called the Verminators fend off an infestation of the deadly, acid-drooling Aliens?

Dredd is the most lethal of the highly-trained and obscenely well-armed law enforcement agency known as the Judges, tasked with keeping the . Incubus and Other Stories. By John Wagner Illustrated by Henry Flynt.

Dredd is the most lethal of the highly-trained and obscenely well-armed law enforcement agency known as the Judges, tasked with keeping the sprawling metropolis.

Dark Horse and 2000 AD team up to bring you a collection of the classic stories Predator versus Judge Dredd and Judge Dredd versus Aliens in one handsome hardcover. It’s up to Dredd to keep innocent blood out of the gutters of Mega-City One as he holds off the universe’s most efficient killing machines. Art by Alcatena, Henry Flint, Greg Staples, Jock, Frazer Irving, Brian Bolland, and more! Written by the legendary John Wagner (A History of Violence).

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Bibliographic Details. 1. Aliens: Incubus. John Wagner; Andy Diggle; Henry Flint; Simon Pegg. Published by Rebellion (2003). ISBN 10: 1904265103 ISBN 13: 9781904265108.

John Wagner, Andy Diggle, Henry Flint. The ultimate lawman - stern, uncompromising, and deadly - Judge Dredd has brought countless perps, mutants and monsters to justice. The ultimate killing machines, the Aliens destroy all who stand in their path, spreading carnage with terrifying speed. and no law! When an Alien surfaces in Mega-City One, the Judges must go all-out to capture or destroy it. But there's a devastating secret concealed beneath the city - and it may well be more than the Justice Department can handle!

The tenacious Judge Dredd, upholding the law in a deadly, radioactive future, has faced everything from mutants to supernatural possessions... but can he, a group of judges, and the elite team called the Verminators fend off an infestation of the deadly, acid-drooling Aliens? Facing their most dangerous enemies yet, it's lawmen versus nature's best killing machines in a bloody battle to keep the vast metropolis of the future from becoming a hideous breeding ground!

Comments: (4)

fr0mTheSkY
As a long-time fan of the Alien Versus lines, I was rather intrigued to see that the Aliens have branched out of their normal battles with DC superheroes and have made the jump to 2000AD's famous Judge Dredd. Having read the entertaining but mediocre Predator vs. Judge Dredd last year, I had minimal expectations for this comic, but I was very pleasantly surprised.
Perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of this comic is the fact that the Aliens get the respect that they so damn well deserve. Most of the "Aliens Versus" comics end up having the Aliens as mere cannon fodder for the hero. Not so in this comic...the Aliens are a horrifying, unrelenting menace...exactly the way they're supposed to be. The story is very well written too...I didn't think they'd be able to come up with a decent explanation as to why Aliens have sudden infested Mega-City One, but it was neatly and clearly explained. Unfortunately I am not a Dredd reader, so alot of the Dredd lingo and references went over my head. Don't be taken back by that though...even if you are not familiar with Judge Dredd, the story is an easy read, and the general principle of Judge Dredd is easy to grasp. You don't really need to be an avid fan to understand the workings of it.
The artwork is very well done. The Aliens look excellent, and the rest of the characters all look gritty and worn. This is definitely one of the gorier Alien/Dredd comics, and rather tastefully done. The action is also nicely depicted. Following a similar trait that our beloved classic "Aliens" had, this comic focuses on story, and then explodes with great action scenes, then goes back to story, and then back to action, rather nicely. It never gets boring, and its paced enough to keep you interested. I found myself pushed to finish the story and read through the entire book in one sitting, which isn't something I usually do. I was overall very satisfied with the story and I definitely feel its one of the best "Aliens Versus" titles that I've read in a long, long time.
For most of my 21 years, I've been a comic book fan. In the last 5 years or so, I can say with confidence that Dark Horse has put out some of the absolute worst comics ever written, particularly with their Alien and Predator stories, Versus or otherwise. But Dredd vs Aliens was definitely a fine example of Dark Horse crossover writing. There was no Resurrection inspired monstrosities, no ridiculous mutations, and no new gimmicks...the Aliens were the same mechanisms of death and destruction that the first 3 Alien movies painted them as. I wouldn't have it any other way. Kudos to Dark Horse and 2000AD for an absolutely thrilling and fun crossover. This is well worth your money!
Domarivip
This comic is better than most Aliens and Aliens Versus comics,but is not one of the best Dredd ones.
Some Perps have gotten hold of Aliens eggs.After busting up a protest by illegal ecologists,Dredd is called to an incident at a hospital,just in time to find a baby Alien burst out of a chest.The Verminators are called in to flush the creature out of the hospital ventilation system.
But is the Alien alone,that is the question...
I did half enjoy this.It might be that the story deserves 3 and a half stars,but Wagner can do better than this.It seems abriviated,with just indications of character development,and a rushed plotline.Zero classic Dredd black humour,and not enough Dredd-menace either.The art is oldstyle punkish simplicity.The artist can only draw about one facial expression,but has improved a bit on the backgrounds and general design.And the Aliens look good.And also,the colours are really well done,and does a lot to bring out a stark ambient.
Bynelad
This book is fun to read. I'd recommend it, as one of the best aliens crossovers there is to read.
Miromice
Dredd vs. Aliens. Predictable, but if your a fan of either, plenty of action for you. Art is fantastic.
Judge Dredd versus Aliens: Incubus download epub
Graphic Novels
Author: Henry Flint,John Wagner
ISBN: 1569719837
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Dark Horse Books (February 10, 2004)
Pages: 104 pages