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* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay flamboyantly gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show, saying he fancies men in uniforms. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.

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* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay flamboyantly gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show, saying he fancies men in uniforms. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him. However, Judge Death is a psychopath who hates ''all'' life. If the guy didn't make a pass at him, he'd probably have been executed for [[AllCrimesAreEqual wearing a tacky bow-tie or something]].


* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he fancies men in uniforms. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.

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* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently flamboyantly gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because show, saying he fancies men in uniforms. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.


* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he likes the uniform. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.

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* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he likes the uniform.fancies men in uniforms. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.


* BuryYourGays: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he likes the uniform. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.


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* HomophobicHateCrime: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he likes the uniform. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.

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* OmnicidalManiac: Aside from Cass' run-ins with the Dark Judges, she's also faced with a demonic CosmicEntity that believes it is Satan and travels from world to world to wipe them clean of life.


* AlternateContinuity: The IDW series is set in a different continuity from the 2000 AD series.

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** ''Anderson'' is a SpinOff from the ''Film/{{Dredd}}'' continuity.

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* BuryYourGays: In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at Judge Death during a live show because he likes the uniform. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.


* GaiasVengeance: Mega-City One is plagued by bio-terrorists known es biophiliac, who think humans should be wiped out to protect the planet. Anderson tracks down a biophile who heads over to a plant shopping center to mutate all the flora.

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* GaiasVengeance: Mega-City One is plagued by bio-terrorists known es as biophiliac, who think humans should be wiped out to protect the planet. Anderson tracks down a biophile who heads over to a plant shopping center to mutate all the flora.


* DeadlineNews: In "Half-Life", the human Judge Death [[HangingJudge executes a talk show host]] on live television for mocking the Justice Department by making a pass at him. He turns to the audience to warn them about respecting the law.

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* DeadlineNews: In "Half-Life", the human Judge Death [[HangingJudge executes a flamboyantly gay talk show host]] on live television for mocking the Justice Department by making a pass at him. He turns to the audience to warn them about respecting the law.

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* ImmortalitySeeker: Judge Elan Fauster, leader of the occult department within Psi-Division, desires immortality. He retrieves the Half-Life psychic virus from Judge Anderson's mind so he can use its power to acquire the secret to eternal life. This causes a plague within Mega-City One that kills more than a million people. [[spoiler:Fauster succeeds in his goal, but is then thrown inside a virtual reality prison on the Chief Judge's orders where he'll spend the rest of his days in constant torment.]]

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* DidYouJustScamCthulhu: Cassandra Anderson manages to make Satan ''blow himself up'' by forcing himself into a [[LogicBomb Douglas Adams-style self-contradiction]].


* WhatIf: 2000 AD did a gag comic imagining what Cassandra Anderson would be doing if she had failed her Judge exams. She's married with a family and lives a dreary life in a City Block, unable to use her psychic powers for much of anything lest the Judges arrest her and fry her brain.

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* WhatIf: 2000 AD did a gag comic imagining what Cassandra Anderson would be doing if she had failed her Judge exams.exams at the Academy of Law. She's married with a family and lives a dreary life in a City Block, unable to use her psychic powers for much of anything lest the Judges arrest her and fry her brain.

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* EcoTerrorist: One storyline has an eco-terrorist who tries to unleash a form of MutagenicGoo which makes plants attack people.

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* AlternateContinuity: The IDW series is set in a different continuity from the 2000 AD series.

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* ImAHumanitarian: During one of the cadet prequel stories, Anderson and her classmates investigate a high end restaurant that serves up human flesh as a delicacy.

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