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The most famous Judge for Brit-Cit is Detective-Judge Armitage, often paired with Detective-Judge Treasure Steel. A British version of Dredd called Judge Armour died as part of the global team sent to end Judgement Day. Cal-Hab boasts Judge MacBrayne and the powerful Psi-Judge Schiehallion, while Murphyville's most famous Judge is Judge-Sergeant Joyce, who was originally part of the Judgement Day team. Inspector Jericho Strange of the Endangered Species Squad gains note solely for his sheep-skull head.
Karina (2000 AD)
Pete (2000 AD)
Inspector Jericho Strange
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2000 AD (1977)
Judge Dredd Mega-Special 1994Brit-Cit Babes (1993)
#793 - 'Now It's My Turn!'
#1149 - 'Devlin Waugh'
#1153 - 'Shoot to Thrill!'
#1941 - 'Green & Pleasant Land...'
#1942 - 'Frost --------> Nixon'
#1945 - 'The Long Walk'
#1946 - 'Dark Stars Rising'
#1947 - 'Rider on the Ice Storm!'
Devlin Waugh (2004)
TPB vol. 02 - 'Red Tide'Devlin Waugh (2014)
Judge Dredd [Collections - Hamlyn | Mandarin] (1992)
Judge Dredd [Collections - Rebellion] (2004)
Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 3) (1995)
Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 5) (2003)
Supplement 003 - 'Judge Dredd: Lawcon'Judge Dredd: The Daily Dredds (2014)
Supplement 013 - 'Armitage: First Cut'
Supplement 025 - 'Brit-Cit Babes'
#245 - 'Bullets Over Bollywood'
Judge Dredd: The Megazine (1990)
Judge Dredd: The Megazine (vol. 2) (1992)
2.05 - 'Devlin Waugh Man of the Cloth'Mars Attacks Judge Dredd (2013)
The Judge Dredd Collection (1985)
The Judge Dredd Mega Collection (1990)
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