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Character index for the large cast of characters from the 2000 AD comic series Judge Dredd.

For characters from the 2012 movie, go here.

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    Walter The Wobot

Dredd's robot servant in the early stories. He later tries to start his own robot rebellion and is eventually sent to care for the elderly Mrs. Gunderson.

  • The Dog Bites Back: Eventually gets sick of Dredd's abuse and ungratefulness and tries to restart the robot rebellion as Call-Me-Walter.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Speaks like this as the result of a defect. Fear and stress tends to bring it on more.
  • Happiness in Slavery: He's sickeningly loyal to Dredd, much to the Judge's chagrin. Even when he's given the same rights as humans, he still goes back to being Dredd's servant by choice.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: The trauma of all Dredd's adventures eventually leads him to try and start a robot rebellion of his own. He is imprisoned and later reprogrammed to be given to Mrs. Gunderson.
  • Hero-Worshipper: He considers Dredd to be the bravest man who ever lived.

     Henry Dubble

A security guard for the Black Museum, Henry Dubble made the mistake of selling multiple artefacts from there to a rich, eccentric collector — who also happened to be a Serial Killer with a taste for turning his victims into freeze-dried, reanimated corpses. After being double-crossed and murdered during a sting operation the reanimated Dubble was kept around as a Living Museum Exhibit, prowling the corridors and telling the tales of the Museum's many artefacts.

  • Black Comedy: Dubble frequently provides this for the Tales From the Black Museum strips, often concluding the story with a grimly funny joke.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Dubble often addresses the reader directly, usually to underscore the disturbing punchline of a tale or provide some macabre humour.
  • Framing Device: A living (well, kind of) one of these. The Black Museum strips are all framed as him speaking with an unnamed visitor about the Museum's exhibits, with Dubble providing a Story Within a Story as to how the item came to be exhibited there.
  • Living Museum Exhibit: He serves as one to the Black Museum during the daytime, standing still on a podium while his replacement lectures visitors on Dubble's tale and unfortunate end. At night, he walks the corridors, telling an unnamed visitor the tales of other exhibits.
  • The Storyteller: He serves as one for the Tales From the Black Museum strips, as the one who tells the tales about the Museum's exhibits to the unnamed protagonist. Dubble seems to consider himself one as well.
  • The Undead: Dubble is essentially a freeze-dried corpse with his faculties still intact.

Alternative Title(s): Anderson Psi Division