Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 160 pages, 10.25 × 7.38 × 0.4 in
Published: July 8, 2014
Publisher: 2000 AD
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1781082499
ISBN - 13: 9781781082492
From the Publisher
BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE HONDO!
Samurai-like Judges rule the streets of Japan''s mega-city in the world of Judge Dredd. Tackling organised crime and futuristic Ronin, it takes Judges like the renowned Judge Shimura to keep the streets safe.
Hondo City is the Japanese equivalent of Mega-City One - a large, sprawling urban mass policed by a Justice Department. Culturally however, it is totally different. While on the forefront of modern technology, the Hondo-citizens remain tied to the roots and customs of feudal Japan, including the way in which the women are treated as inferior to the male populace. Though the Samurai-like Judge Inspectors are seen to be in charge, the Yakuza crime Syndicates still have a hold on power.
From giant city-stomping beasts to vengeful Ronin from beyond the grave, Hondo City life can be hell!
About the Author
ROBBIE MORRISON is one of 2000 AD’s most popular writers, having co-created The Bendatti Vendetta, Shakara, Shimura and Vanguard, as well as being one of the select few writers to have chronicled the adventures of Judge Dredd in 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine. He has written Spider-Man’s Tangled Web and The Authority for DC/WildStorm. His is also well known for his and artist Charlie Adlard’s critically acclaimed graphic novel White Death.
COLIN MACNEIL Since joining 2000 AD in 1986 Colin MacNeil has worked on many strips, including Chopper: Song of the Surfer and the infamous death of Johnny Alpha in Strontium Dog: The Final Solution. He went on to collaborate with John Wagner on the award-winning America for the Judge Dredd Megazine. He has also worked on Shimura, Maelstrom and Fiends of the Eastern Front: Stalingrad, and, outside of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, provided the atmospheric artwork on Bloodquest for Games Workshop. He also enjoys creating large abstract paintings. He says it’s art therapy!