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Author Topic: Dredd: The Complete Case Files  (Read 44671 times)

Greg M.

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Re: Dredd: The Complete Case Files
« Reply #195 on: 14 December, 2019, 06:51:58 pm »
Reading the new Case Files 34. Haven't read Helter Skelter in ages. What's the story of Ennis coming back to do this?

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Re: Dredd: The Complete Case Files
« Reply #196 on: 30 January, 2020, 12:11:13 am »
The Case Files sure rule. It's wild to think how it's "catching up" with so many graphic novel / trade paperback collections I've stacked up over the years. It's all good double dipping to support such a cool thing, but I might skip big ones I have already like Origins etc. I guess Origins might just be something like three or four years away, within another eight Case Files, with some loose math. And Total War should be just a few Case Files away.

On my unread pile I have Case Files 27 through 34, and I'm thinking I'll dive into those this year. That's a lot of Dredd, like four and a half years worth, and I've never read it, so I'm looking forward to it.  :thumbsup: