Drawing Judge Dredd

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Biblical Judges
... The Biblical Book of Judges revolves around a succession of leaders who were known as "Judges" (Hebrew shoftim שופטים) but who - aside from their judicial function ... The same word is, however, used in contemporary Israel to denote judges whose function and authority is similar to that in other modern countries ...
You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover (Desperate Housewives) - International Titles
... Czech Nesuď knihu podle obálky (Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover) French Tromperie (Trickery) French Canadian L'Art de la Supercherie (The Art of the Trickery) German Täuschun ...
Judge Roy Moore Is Coming To Dinner
... Judge Roy Moore is Coming to Dinner by Tom Wofford is a 2004 play about two gay men who decide to marry in California and return home to Alabama to tell their families ... Judge Moore, though he had not seen the play, issued a statement condemning it as the "result of federal activism in our court system" and saying that ...
United Kingdom Comic Art Convention - Locations and Dates
... Malet Street Program cover by Alan Davis and Paul Neary, drawing Batman and the Outsiders. 60-page booklet featured Bryan Talbot (drawing Nemesis the Warlock Purity Brown), Ian Gibson (drawing Judge Dredd, Sam Slade, Hoagy, and Tharg), John Ridgway, Dave Gibbons (drawing Rogue Trooper), Kevin O'Neill ... The 80-page booklet featured Bryan Talbot (drawing Luther Arkwright), Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston, Alan Davis and Paul Neary, Ron Smith, Angus McKie, Ian Gibson (drawing Judge ...
Dark Judges
... The Dark Judges are recurring villains in the Judge Dredd science fiction comic strip in the UK comic 2000 AD ... They also appear in the 2003 computer game Judge Dredd Dredd Vs ... They are Judge Death, Judge Fire, Judge Fear and Judge Mortis ...

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