Judge Dredd The Mega Collection

Discuss or comment on Britain's sole surviving boy's comic from the 1970's. The home of Judge Dredd, Slaine, Nikolai Dante, ABC Warriors and Sinister Dexter. Has been running since 1977.

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Judge Dredd The Mega Collection

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This new collection from Hatchette has started well with America and Apocalypse War in its first 3 offerings.

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I was originally thinking of taking out a regular order but glad that I didn't. Not because they are rubbish or I don't like them, but because there are just too many.
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if they were say £5 i would have bought them along with the marvel and dc collections but they are way too expensive.

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At £10 per hardback, they are a little bit pricey for my taste but no worse than most hardback GNs. If you look at most GNs, they are £15 and rising.
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Post by koollectablz »

i like these a lot, but like most partworks I thing the sensible thing to do is to wait till people realise what a huge outlay they are and offload them on eBay at a fraction of the price.

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