2000 AD announces new license with Q-Collectibles

Judge Dredd statue to be the first in a new series of collectible statues from the Switzerland-based company. 2000 AD and Rebellion are pleased to announce a new license with Q-Collectibles for a statue based on the iconic Judge Dredd.

The first statue in the license will be in true 1:4 scale comic edition with some alternative display options. Sculpted by the talented Eduardo Silva from Brazil, this limited edition will be available worldwide.

Based in Switzerland with a production base in China, Q-Collectibles is a new producer of high-quality statues that works with sculptors from around the world.

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About Judge Dredd:

Co-created by writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra, Judge Joseph Dredd first appeared in the second issue of weekly anthology comic 2000 AD in 1977.

Judge Dredd is a law enforcement officer in the dystopian future city of Mega-City One, which covers most of the east coast of North America. He is a street judge, empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence, and execute criminals. Above all else – he is the law!

Judge Dredd is the most famous of the Judges that patrol Mega-City One, empowered to instantly convict, sentence, and even execute offenders. Dredd is armed with a “Lawgiver”, a pistol programmed to recognise only his palm-print and capable of firing six types of ammunition, a daystick, a boot knife and stun or gas grenades. His helmet obscures his face, except for his mouth and jaw. He rides a large “Lawmaster” motorcycle equipped with machine-guns, a powerful laser cannon, and full artificial intelligence capable of responding to orders from the Judge and operating itself.

 

About Q-Collectibles:

Q-COLLECTIBLES – created by collectors for collectors. Producing licensed collectibles and aiming for perfection. Here at Q-Collectibles we love art – we work together with some of the most creative designers, sculptors and doing our best to bring out high quality collectibles to our fans.

 

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