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Judge Anderson: Shamballa (2000 AD books)

by Alan Grant

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A collection of the Arthur Ranson illustrated Anderson stories. Ranson has a real affinity for the character and his realistic style adds an interesting edge to the supernatural-themed tales. Like most collections, the stories are of variable quality but there are no real duds here. Well worth picking up. ( )
  Sr_Moreno | Nov 21, 2014 |
One of the few 2000AD judges that are not Dredd to get their own strip, Anderson is from the Psi department, using her psychic abilities to track down the more difficult crimes.

This is actually a collection of strips from 2000AD, starting with Shamballa. Anderson is still reeling from the suicide of her closest friend when she gets to go to Tibet (via Russia) to find the source of the outbreak of psychic crimes. Once again she loses someone close to her in the process.

There are additional stories, some of which focus on the religions that have been lost to the Megacities. She fights Satan, and delves into the mind of a man preaching the second coming of Jesus

Whilst Dredd does have a certain level of humour and violence, Anderson has a different take, being feminine and cerebral and also a little cocky against her superiors. The artwork is not always clear and crisp, (some would call it naive?) but is often detailed
  nordie | Mar 31, 2013 |
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