History WMG / JudgeDredd

28th Jul '15 10:23:35 PM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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[[WMG: Dredd's Justice Department is the same as the [[DoctorWho Teselcta's]] Justice Department]] Just look at their ideas of justice- if you can't apprehend them, you can still torture them!
9th Mar '15 11:22:56 AM CynicalBastardo
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** Could well be, given that Death is the FinalBoss of the VideoGame adaptation, several levels after Dredd defeats Rico.
27th Oct '14 8:42:51 AM CynicalBastardo
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[[WMG: Canonically, the events of the [[NoProblemWithLicensedGames tie-in video game]] are how the events of ''Film/JudgeDredd'' played out.]] * It's closer to the source material than the film is. It makes more sense because Dredd keeps his helmet on, [[TheScrappy Fergie is absent]] [[spoiler: and Judge Death appears as the FinalBoss.]]
11th Oct '14 12:18:27 PM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the Warhammer40000 universe.]]
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd ''Judge Dredd'' takes place in the Warhammer40000 ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' universe.]]

Their Earth-like planet was colonised waaaaaaay back when the Emperor was still alive, but got cut off from the rest of the universe by a big warp storm. When it subsided, the planet was forgotten by all the Imperium and civilisation underwent an evolution parallel to Earth's history up to the late twentieth century, then split off into the JudgeDredd timeline. When people looked for a new emblem for the Judges, faint memories, generations old, reminded them of the Adeptus Arbites and the eagle symbol. They chose Fargo as a very distant version of the GodEmperor, for he founded them.
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Their Earth-like planet was colonised waaaaaaay back when the Emperor was still alive, but got cut off from the rest of the universe by a big warp storm. When it subsided, the planet was forgotten by all the Imperium and civilisation underwent an evolution parallel to Earth's history up to the late twentieth century, then split off into the JudgeDredd Judge Dredd timeline. When people looked for a new emblem for the Judges, faint memories, generations old, reminded them of the Adeptus Arbites and the eagle symbol. They chose Fargo as a very distant version of the GodEmperor, for he founded them.

[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the future of the VertigoComics series ''ComicBook/AmericanVampire''.]]
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd ''Judge Dredd'' takes place in the future of the VertigoComics series ''ComicBook/AmericanVampire''.]]

[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the same universe as ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.]]
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd ''Judge Dredd'' takes place in the same universe as ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.]]

[[WMG: ''JudgeDredd'' is an alternate timeline to the ''{{Fallout}}'' series]]
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[[WMG: ''JudgeDredd'' ''Judge Dredd'' is an alternate timeline to the ''{{Fallout}}'' series]]
2nd Sep '14 9:40:10 PM Willbyr
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the future of the VertigoComics series ''AmericanVampire''.]]
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the future of the VertigoComics series ''AmericanVampire''.''ComicBook/AmericanVampire''.]]

[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the same universe as ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.]]
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[[WMG: JudgeDredd takes place in the same universe as ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.]]
30th Aug '14 8:52:54 AM CynicalBastardo
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[[WMG: ''JudgeDredd'' is an alternate timeline to the ''{{Fallout}}'' series]] * Some similarities occur between both universes: A nuclear war in the 2070s, radscorpions as a species (and mutants in general), auto-docs, a [[TheFaceless Faceless]] KnightTemplar who is MadeOfIron, was nearly burnt to death and carries a HandCannon, BlackComedy. The difference? The transistor was invented in the Dreddverse.
6th Aug '14 11:23:15 AM CynicalBastardo
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* Since a few writers of ''Judge Dredd'' strips have gone on to write ''Warhammer 40,000'' books, there's probably a bit more influence there now.
4th Aug '14 1:16:22 PM Willbyr
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* Well this makes some sense, given that GamesWorkshop has often admitted that JudgeDredd was a major influence.
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* Well this makes some sense, given that GamesWorkshop Creator/GamesWorkshop has often admitted that JudgeDredd Judge Dredd was a major influence.
25th Jul '14 4:48:47 PM CynicalBastardo
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** Which is why it doesn't work on Dredd. Judge Dredd fears nothing.
14th Jun '14 11:28:44 PM Lori794
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[[WMG: Judge Fear is a [[HarryPotter Boggart]].]] * A boggart takes the form of whatever their victim fears most. We've seen Fear's face three times, and it was [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/2/22955/851294-judge_fear_5.png different]] [[http://cdn.comicartfans.com/Images/Category_7767/subcat_36527/Judgefire.jpg each]] [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/2/22955/851295-judge_fear_6.png time]], so that must mean that his face changes depending on the person who looks at it, just like a boggart!
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