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Tomorrow will see the release of the full trailer for Dredd producer Adi Shankar’s upcoming unofficial miniseries Judge Dredd: Superfiend, and to whet our appetites we’ve got a short teaser, which you can watch below…
See Also: Poster and images for Judge Dredd: Superfiend
- Gary Collinson
Villordsutch reviews 2000Ad Prog #1904…
Borag Thungg Flickering Myth and 2000Ad readers and welcome to the 2000 Ad Prog #1904 review in which we have no new stories starting this week and all of our tales are all fairly bedded in, so without any further ado we’ll march on with them…
Judge Dredd – Block Judge
As Dredd attempts to investigate the rather brutal murder of a Gilbert George – a supposed brilliant psychic – who’s respected by a number of businesses, Dredd’s current role of being Block Judge is draining his time away from this main case as he deals with minor issues including children taking other children hostage in the Block School, and obese athletes stuck in doorways and blocking hallways; this and the Block Courts having to sort out noise problems caused by music being played too loud to hide the noise of small farms being created.
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The unofficial miniseries from the Dredd producer has been revealed as an animation featuring iconic villain Judge Death.
The Judge Dredd: Superfiend teaser offers a first look at the new version of Mega City One and the influence of the evil, alternate reality judge.
Shankar shared the first images of the project with EW.
There has been vocal fan demand for a sequel to 2012's Dredd, which flopped in Us cinemas but has been a surprise home release hit.
Superfiend is part of Shankar's 'Bootleg Universe', which also includes the Venom short Truth in Journalism and Punisher short Dirty Laundry.
Judge Dredd: Superfiend is yet to announce a release date. »
Thanks to fan site Making Star Wars, we’ve got a pair of new set photos from Star Wars: Episode VII, which – if you squint and look very, very closely – just about shows the white blur of an Imperial Stormtrooper. Check out the images, followed by a scene description below…
Some images are from the lot where they seem to be dumping a lot of trees, vines and rocks which I believe must be props, the other 4 are from the area around the blue screens, the castle/megaliths/ruins…and a Stormtrooper, well, just about.
Unfortunately they’re not quite as vivid as we’d have liked, but with a bit of zooming you should definitely be able to make out the Stormtrooper. There were 4 I think in this area, running through the explosions, I think I remember another 4 or so coming from the opposite direction, but that was not all… »
- Gary Collinson
While there is still a chance we will someday see a big-screen sequel to 2012’s underappreciated Dredd, producer Adi Shankar has something else for now that should satisfy fans. Judge Dredd: Superfiend is an “unofficial” animated spin-off based on one of the most popular storylines in the character’s 30-plus-year comic book history. Superfiend brings in Judge Death, Dredd’s supernatural nemesis from the long-running series. First appearing »
- Graham McMorrow
While we await any official word on a sequel or prequel to Dredd 3D, producer Adi Shankar has rewarded fans for their loyalty with a new spin-off mini-series entitled Judge Dredd: Superfiend, with the first teaser trailer debuting today. The full trailer will debut Thursday, October 23, with the series itself debuting Monday, October 27 on Machinima.
Judge Dredd: Superfiend is inspired by the "Dark Judges" story line from the original 2000 Ad comic books. The Dark Judges include Judge Death, Judge Fire, Judge Fear and Judge Mortis, who frequently clashed with Dredd and Cassandra Anderson in the comic book. It seems unlikely that Dredd 3D stars Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby will return to voice Dredd and Cassandra Anderson, since their names were not included in the first poster that was released yesterday.
The mini-series is also a part of Adi Shankar's Bootleg Universe, a series of short films »
"Dredd" is back! Kind of! While "Judge Dredd: Superfiend" isn't the Karl Urban starring sequel to the live action 2012 film fans were hoping for, it is something we suppose. But perhaps most of all, it's free, so now's the time to see what your zero dollars and zero cents will get you later this month. The first teaser trailer has dropped and it's certainly a much better taste than those standalone images were. Brought to life, this looks like it has an assured tone, alternately gross and grim, with a keen sense of the future-world it takes place in. But most of all, it looks loose and fun, perhaps even more so than either film iteration, and as an online miniseries, it could be a nice bite size take on the comic book character. But we'll leave it to you to decide. Watch below and tune in on October 27th to give 'Superfiend' a watch. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
We’ve got some more info on the “bootleg” Dredd spin-off web series, and it turns out to be not quite what you were expecting. Producer Adi Shankar helped make Dredd, and he has also been behind the creation of a couple unofficial short films featuring Marvel comics characters such as the Punisher and Venom. So […]
The post First Look at Unofficial ‘Dredd’ Spinoff Web Series ‘Superfiend’ [Updated With Video] appeared first on /Film. »
- Russ Fischer
Yesterday we got our first look at a poster and some images from an upcoming animated mini web-series called Judge Dredd: Superfiend. Now today we bring you the teaser trailer! The animation is crude, but I like it, and it still looks like this could be a really fun and insane series.
The web series comes from Dredd producer Adi Shankar, and as we said in our report yesterday, it was inspired by the “Dark Judges” comic book story arc. It's intended as to be kind of a sequel to the movie Dredd, but it's also a part of Shankar’s "Bootleg Universe" series that consists of "Dirty Laundry" and "Truth in Journalism," which are two short films that riff on the Punisher and Venom comic book characters.
The full trailer will be released on October 23rd, and the actual series will be released a couple days later on the 27th. »
- Joey Paur
A few weeks ago we told you that producer Adi Shankar was working on a miniseries to continue the story of Dredd that he started in the amazing 2012 film starring Karl Urban. Yesterday came the surprising news that this series wouldn't be live action like Shankar's other offshoots The Punisher: Dirty Laundry and Venom: Truth in Journalism, but an animated miniseries called Judge Dredd Superfiend. And it actually looks really good. It's definitely broader in a visual sense than the 2012 film (though that film was so satirical in tone that this aesthetic embellishment seems organic). It contains elements of the Dark Judges story arc and was written and directed by The Junquera Brothers. Look for the full trailer on October 23rd and you don't even have long to wait for the miniseries itself, which debuts next week on October 27th. Hit the jump for the Judge Dredd Superfiend teaser trailer. »
- Evan Dickson
EW has premiered the first poster and photos from the project which has been championed by producer Adi Shankar. Inspired by the "Dark Judges' storyline from the comic, several characters from the "Judge Dredd" universe appear in the series which is set to debut later this month.
- Garth Franklin
We may not see a sequel to Pete Travis' Dredd anytime soon, but there's a cool looking animated miniseries that is being released that should tide us over! This seems like somthing that will be really fun to watch, and I'm looking forward to seeing some actual footage.
The web-series comes from Dredd producer Adi Shankar, and it is inspired by the “Dark Judges” comic book story arc. The series is called Judge Dredd: Superfiend, and according to EW "it's intended as a kind of sequel to Dredd, although it’s technically a part of Shankar’s 'Bootleg Universe' series." That series is a line of unofficial short film productions that include 'Dirty Laundry' and 'Truth in Journalism,' which riffs on the Punisher and Venom characters.
You can check out some images from Superfiend, below, which gives us a look at some iconic Dredd characters from the comic series. »
- Joey Paur
Earlier this month, producer Adi Shankar announced, with some overdramatic fanfare, that he's working on a seven-part "Dredd" miniseries, to drop online in October for the low, low price of absolutely free. Claiming he doesn't "give a fuck" about money and just cares about the franchise, the news was greeted with both excitement some question marks from fans. Would Karl Urban return? What shape would the miniseries take? Well, these answers have arrived, and it's probably not what you expected and/or hoped for. EW has the first-look photos, and they reveal that the property is back as "Dredd: Superfiend," an animated take on the Dark Judges storyline. Frankly, the animation looks kinda cheap, but since I haven't read the comics, maybe this look is faithful. Still, there's something distinctly flat and not all that inspiring here, and the poster doesn't help either, looking fan made in all the worst possible ways. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
It might just be his trademark terrifying rictus grin, but you’ve got to love how delighted Judge Death looks in the first poster for Adi Shankar’s unofficial, web-based Dredd spin-off, which now has imagery and a title – Superfiend – with the new pictures arriving courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.You might recall that earlier this month, the first word broke about Dredd producer Shankar’s plans to help sate fans’ desire for more action set in and around Mega-City One using his own unofficial “Bootleg” short film universe, which has spawned tales for both Thomas Jane’s take on The Punisher and one about Spider-Man villain Eddie Brock.In Dredd’s case, he’s expanded his ambitions, developing an animated web series about Judge Death, one of the most notorious, and notoriously creepy baddies from 2000Ad. Death and his terrifying accomplices lurk into Dredd’s world from a parallel dimension, »
It’s huge that 2012’s Dredd amassed such an enthusiastic cult following, but the film only took in $35.6 million at the worldwide box office so it’s no wonder that the fate of the sequel is still so uncertain. However, producer Adi Shankar isn’t going to let that stop him from bringing us more Dredd. While we continue to keep our fingers crossed for Dredd 2, Shankar is going to hold us over with a web series called Superfiend. When we first told you about it a couple of weeks ago, it seemed as though it’d follow in the footsteps of Shankar’s past “Bootleg Universe” installments, The Punisher: Dirty Laundry and Venom: Truth in Journalism, run with a live-action format and possibly feature stars from the film, but Superfiend is actually an animated series. Hit the jump to get a sense of what’s coming in our exclusive poster and Dredd miniseries images. »
- Perri Nemiroff
Earlier this month Adi Shankar – producer of Dredd, along with the unofficial Punisher short Dirty Laundy and Venom short Truth in Journalism – announced that he was producing a new bootleg Judge Dredd miniseries based upon the Dark Judges, and now Entertainment Weekly has given us a poster and some first look stills from the animated project, which is going by the title Judge Dredd: Superfiend…
Judge Dredd: Superfiend will be released online later this month.
- Gary Collinson
While Dredd 3D fans fruitlessly petition for a sequel, and star Karl Urban continues to champion the idea, producer Adi Shankar has taken it upon himself to give fans what they want. He's created an 'unofficial' spinoff in the form of a new animated web series title Superfiend. And EW has our first look with the poster and four images.
It has been two years since Dredd 3D hit theaters, and while it wasn't a smash hit at the box office, it has spent the past 24 months accumulating a very strong fanbase. While no sequel has been officially green lit at this time, Adi Shankar is delving deeper into the mythology of 2000 Ad, the British comic that spawned it.
Two weeks ago, it was revealed that Dredd fans would be getting their wish of a follow-up after all (sort of), as Dredd executive producer Adi Shankar revealed that he had secretly been working on an unofficial spin-off that was inspired by the "Dark Judges' storyline.
Now, Entertainment Weekly has our first look at the digital series, which it turns out is actually animated and goes by the name "Superfiend." Check out the images below!
The post Dredd Unofficial Follow-Up Series Previewed appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
Two weeks ago, it was revealed that Dredd fans would be getting their wish of a follow-up after all (sort of), as Dredd executive producer Adi Shankar revealed that he had secretly been working on an unofficial spin-off that was inspired by the "Dark Judges' storyline. Now, Entertainment Weekly has our first look at the digital series, which it turns out is actually animated and goes by the name "Superfiend." Check out the images below! »
While we all wait and see if anything will come of the chatter surrounding a sequel to Dredd (Spoiler: it probably won't), producer Adi Shankar has a treat for the legions of fans that have stood behind the film, even as it failed to set the box office on fire. Shankar, who also brought us the Punisher: Dirty Laundry and Venom: Truth in Journalism shorts, has secretly been working on a seven-part animated miniseries focusing on the Dark Judges, that will be available to watch online for free later this month. Entertainment Weekly have provided our first look in the form of a poster and some images. More at the link below. »
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