For nearly 40 years, Judge Dredd has been dispensing justice on the streets of Mega-City One. Now, there’s finally an action figure worthy of the man who can say this without irony: “I am the law.”
ThreeA and 2000 AD have debuted new photos of a Judge Dredd 1/6 collectible figure that is based on the artwork of Brian Bolland, one of the best artists in the comic medium. We’re really impressed by the level of detail on this figure, including Dredd’s famous scowl, his badge, a Daystick, and Lawgivers Mk1 and Mk2. Dredd even comes with an alternate “gritted teeth” expression. But as any true Dredd fan can tell you, his helmet is not removable.
As you can see from this image and the additional pictures in our gallery, this Judge Dredd figure also comes with interchangeable hands and 29 points of articulation which will allow fans to pose Dredd in many different ways. The figure itself measures 12.3 inches and it’s definitely not cheap. The price for this one is $200.
Regardless of the price, we’d love to see more characters from Mega-City One get their own figures from ThreeA. Obviously Psi-Judge Cassandra Anderson, Judge Death, and the Dark Judges would be our top choices. But 2000 AD has a very deep bench of characters, including the Angel gang and the Judge Child, that we’d love to see down the line.
ThreeA will begin taking preorders for Judge Dredd on September 29 through Bambaland, which will include free worldwide shipping with its orders.
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Images: ThreeA Toys/2000 AD