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Mega-City One, 2123 - and the city is patrolled by a new kind of law enforcement. The pressures of living with 600 million other people has driven the crime rates sky-high and it's the job of the Judges to maintain law and order. Each one is judge, jury and in the worst crimes, executioners. The most infamous of these street Judges is Dredd, a grim and solitary man whose l Mega-City One, 2123 - and the city is patrolled by a new kind of law enforcement. The pressures of living with 600 million other people has driven the crime rates sky-high and it's the job of the Judges to maintain law and order. Each one is judge, jury and in the worst crimes, executioners. The most infamous of these street Judges is Dredd, a grim and solitary man whose life is the law. Now the city has been flooded with a new enemy and when the bad moon rises, all hell is set loose Awesome new novel from David Bishop, one time writer of the Judge Dredd comic strip and editor of 2000AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine


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Mega-City One, 2123 - and the city is patrolled by a new kind of law enforcement. The pressures of living with 600 million other people has driven the crime rates sky-high and it's the job of the Judges to maintain law and order. Each one is judge, jury and in the worst crimes, executioners. The most infamous of these street Judges is Dredd, a grim and solitary man whose l Mega-City One, 2123 - and the city is patrolled by a new kind of law enforcement. The pressures of living with 600 million other people has driven the crime rates sky-high and it's the job of the Judges to maintain law and order. Each one is judge, jury and in the worst crimes, executioners. The most infamous of these street Judges is Dredd, a grim and solitary man whose life is the law. Now the city has been flooded with a new enemy and when the bad moon rises, all hell is set loose Awesome new novel from David Bishop, one time writer of the Judge Dredd comic strip and editor of 2000AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine

30 review for Bad Moon Rising

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Anderson

    Dredd progs are cool and all, and I still enjoy them, but it’s hard to ignore the fact that they’ve never been much in the way of story and even the longer, more famous arcs (“Apocalypse War”, “The Cursed Earth”, anything with Judge Death) were too quickly paced and lacked the depth of a novel. And, they were all cheesy and quite conservative when it comes to violence and bloodshed. The novels though? Those are a totally different story. And that’s why I’ve loved all of the Dredd novels. They’re Dredd progs are cool and all, and I still enjoy them, but it’s hard to ignore the fact that they’ve never been much in the way of story and even the longer, more famous arcs (“Apocalypse War”, “The Cursed Earth”, anything with Judge Death) were too quickly paced and lacked the depth of a novel. And, they were all cheesy and quite conservative when it comes to violence and bloodshed. The novels though? Those are a totally different story. And that’s why I’ve loved all of the Dredd novels. They’re longer, contain more depth, action, and of course, violence. Bad Moon Rising is no different. Bishop isn’t Michael Carroll, but that’s not really a big deal since this story is definitely action packed and non stop. Bishop also isn’t afraid to give a bit more humanity and character to old Stoney face...which, surprisingly, actually worked really well for his character here.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Simon Ford

    A decent read, can be read in one go or over a day or two, depending how gripped you are by the storyline. Dredds adherence to the LAW is shown in the opening chapter when he deals with an elderly "perp." He is transferred to Sector 87, where they are shorthanded and he does not get along with the Sector Chief "Caine." She is no fan of his grandstanding and puts him in his place. Dirty Judges, a fame hungry reporter, Citi-Def Forces and a billionaire businessman are all in the mix As the graveyard A decent read, can be read in one go or over a day or two, depending how gripped you are by the storyline. Dredds adherence to the LAW is shown in the opening chapter when he deals with an elderly "perp." He is transferred to Sector 87, where they are shorthanded and he does not get along with the Sector Chief "Caine." She is no fan of his grandstanding and puts him in his place. Dirty Judges, a fame hungry reporter, Citi-Def Forces and a billionaire businessman are all in the mix As the graveyard shift unfolds, the layers of plot are peeled away and escalate to the fate of a tower block with aliens housed in the penthouse suites that were meant for the human residents, it all kicks off and we see a softer side to Dredd, regarding an alien child anyway. Is marble softer than granite? Typical Dredd?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Freeloading Phill

  4. 4 out of 5

    Diego

  5. 4 out of 5

    Toni Scandella

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  7. 5 out of 5

    hetas

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    arjuna

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    Tigraka

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    Norris

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  12. 5 out of 5

    Darkness

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mr Anthony R Jones

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    Rick Howell

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ben Coleman

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    Cat Treadwell

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    Matthew

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joey Simeroth

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    Benn C Williams

  20. 5 out of 5

    D. E.

  21. 4 out of 5

    C Patrick Daily

  22. 5 out of 5

    Simon

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    Rigel

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    Pj Schott

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    Darren

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    Darren

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alfonso Maury

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marc Steven Moskovits

  30. 4 out of 5

    Brit Hopper

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