A “supreme sacrifice”, a classic moment of 2000 AD history – the ‘Hall of Heroes Judge Anderson’ figure set.
‘Judge Death’ from 2000 AD Progs 149-151 in 1980 is one of the most original and striking Judge Dredd stories, changing the course of the strip’s history. After struggling to overcome Judge Death in his murderous quest to bring his twisted ‘justice’ to the people of Mega-City One, Judge Anderson realises that the only way to stop him is to psychically cage his spirit form in her mind – and then have her body encased in the breathable but impervious ‘miracle plastic’, Boing®. Her transparent tomb, bearing the legend ‘Supreme Sacrifice. Judge Anderson – A Monster Dwells Within Her’, is housed in the ‘Hall of Heroes’ in Justice Department’s Grand Hall of Justice – considered too dangerous to ever open.
Her mind a living prison for the undead superfiend Judge Death, Judge Cassandra Anderson lies entombed in a slab of the miracle plastic Boing® – one of the most iconic moments in British comics made real in the latest in the new range of 1:18 PVC action figures based on the world of Judge Dredd, from the pages of the bestselling comic British comic, 2000 AD.
This set comes with 15 points of articulation, as well as a raft of accessories so you can recreate the drama and pathos of the conclusion to the ‘Judge Death Lives’ story from 1981, including a replacement hand, soul chip, a Boing® spray, a Boing® special effects accessory, and transparent coffin with eagle wreath.
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