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Judge Dredd vs. Hawk & Dove
Early in their careers, Joe and Rico Dredd meet up with temporally displaced brothers Hank and Don Hall. Hank loves the future world of Mega-City One seeing it as a justification for the absolute rule of law and harsh punishment. Don, conversely views it and the future's concept of a "Judge," the job their father held, with horror. Meanwhile, Rico falls rung by rung down the ladder into corruption.
Judge Dredd vs. Deathlok
One science-born American super-soldier vs. another in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Whose world are they in? Even they can't be sure at first...
Judge Dredd vs. the New Rulers of Kamandi's Earth A.D.
The Four Dark Judges; Death, Decay, Fear, and Mortis, are unleashed on the animal peoples of Kamandi's world. Feeling this world beneath their direct attentions, the Judges build a series of "Dog-Catchers" and "Zoo-Keepers" to enforce judgement on the living. Kamandi works to restore Brother Eye to try to defeat the invaders. He believes Dredd to be one of those he must kill if he is to save the people of the Earth. As far as Dredd is concerned, an America of Lion-Men, Apes, and Tigers is not the country he signed on to defend. Nevertheless, once the shooting starts, he's going to hold someone accountable for it all.
Judge Dredd vs. Apocalypse
Set in the future, during the time of the 1994 mini-series, The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix, Dredd and Anderson meet up with Slym and Redd to battle the absolute overlord of that timeline. How is it that Apocalypse seemed to know Dredd was coming, and why is there a virtual army of Dredd clones already there to greet him...? Good thing there are a couple of red-headed telepaths on hand to help out.