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Sunday, November 25, 2018 

IDW's Judge Dredd adaptations favor illegal immigration

It might've seen recently as though IDW was trying to put some distance between themselves and the scandals they caused in 2017. Unfortunately, as the following two panels from the 1st or 2nd issue of their new series based on Judge Dredd demonstrate, they're not letting go of the overt leftism yet. As seen below:
They don't even try to hide their contempt for Donald Trump, as he shows up with a protest movement, and it wouldn't be shocking if this was written as an attack on Trump for his disapproval of leftists in the real life justice system. But, if you've taken notice of where the original UK counterparts to Dredd comics have been going in the past few years, this may not be that far removed from their standings, recalling how Ian Edington wrote a story featuring a metaphorical attack on Nigel Farage. This new story from IDW subtitled "Toxic" is written by Paul Jenkins, another writer whom I vaguely recall turned out at least a few early examples of 21st century leftism back in the early 2000s in one of the Spider-Man titles. They certainly know how to court all the leftists, don't they?

And this could serve to explain why their fortunes have kept dwindling, and are bound to continue doing so.

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There is a balance to the story. Judge Dredd is clearly against the immigrants, concerned that they are breaching the letter of the law; it is not a pure pro-refugee story. The Donald Trump look-alike is drawn in a positive way, overweight as in life but much more vigorous, with more natural hair than the real thing and without those pale white tanning salon rings around the eyes. A younger version of Trump.

Don't know why you're complaining about Judge Dredd now, it's been taking cracks at anything and everything since its creation.

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