Mega-City One appears in 2841 issues.
The fourth Chief Judge of Mega-City One, Judge Cal was the main antagonist of the Judge Dredd story arc, "The Day the Law Died".
The first Chief Judge of Mega-City One and the one who established the entire Judge system, the more famous Judge Dredd's DNA was taken from Judge Fargo.
The third Chief Judge of Mega-City One, and the "present day" Judge when the Judge Dredd strip began.
The fifth Chief Judge of Mega-City One.
Chief Judge of Mega-City One.
McGruder was the 6th and 8th Chief Judge of Mega-City One, and the first female Chief Judge.
Judge Silver was the seventh Chief Judge of Mega-City One and both preceded and succeeded by Judge McGruder.
The second Chief Judge in Mega-City One.
Judge Volt was the ninth Chief Judge of Mega-City One, though only the eighth individual to hold the position.
Undercover Wally Squad Judge of Mega-City One.
Mega-City One Private Investigator and former Judge.
Judge Anderson is the top Street Judge of Psi-Division in Mega-City One, the home of Judge Dredd.
Judge Corey is a Judge in Mega-City One's Psi-Division.
Judge of Mega-City One.
In the dystopian post-apocalyptic future of the 22nd century, crime runs rampant in Mega-City One. Here the people are policed by the Judges, elite cops prepared to do whatever it takes to keep the peace, even if it means sentencing criminals to death on the spot. And the most feared of all the Judges is Judge Dredd.
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