Devlin Waugh is the Vatican’s best freelance, supernatural operative. When Devlin is called in to the high-tech underwater prison of Aquatraz to investigate an. Issues AD: Judge Dredd Mega-Special , AD: Judge Dredd Yearbook , Judge Dredd Megazine Vol 3 , Judge Dredd Megazine Vol 3. Issue Publication Judge Dredd: The Mega Collection Prog 9: Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood Publisher Hachette Partworks Cover Date 13 May Cover.

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What’s interesting to me is that “Swimming in Blood” was hugely popular when it swimmijg appeared–as I understand, the readers’ poll picked Devlin Waugh as the readers’ favorite character over Dredd, the only time that’s happened. Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code.

Something else “Fetish” fails at: How did that particular tradition evolve?

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What stood out for me was Smith’s ability to create a particularly un-Dredd-like atmosphere. Swimming in Blood by John Smith. When the chaplain tried this on Devlin, he caved the man’s skull in with the Pyramid.

Judge Dredd video game Judge Dredd: Re-reading these stories now, decades later, when Devlin’s made more appearances since, the feeling of uncertainty seems quaint and almost unreal in retrospect.

He becomes a vampire because that’s the final twist in his high concept, not because it’s Smith showing the consequences of his horror story adventure.

Paperbackpages. Explore the Home Gift Guide. He is described as the black sheep of the family. Actually, can you please explain Smith to me a bit more?


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Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood

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Cover of AD I do not get him. Retrieved 15 March But maybe it’s the printers’ fault; Sean Philips’ work on “Swimming in Blood” also seems curiously darker and less clear than I remember it.

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Al final hay una historia en blanco y negro y dos relatos cortos ilustrados. Stephen Theaker rated it liked it Apr 08, Reading them back now, more than once I found myself reminded of Mark Millar – not the Millar of “Red Razors,” thankfully, but his more famous work, especially Marvel’s Civil War – with his habit of trans-Atlantic expeditionary dialogue and sacrificing dramatic tension for a punchline at the most inopportune of times.

Add to swmiming list. Definitely the first AD annuals had non-fiction text pieces that were definitely non-scrotnig, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the idea of replacing them with prose stories came about as a way of toeing the corporate line while not diluting the AD brand. Following her husband’s death, Stella burnt all his artifacts and brought Devlin and Freddy to Castle Neuschwanstein, according to Devlin “Freddy loathed it with a vengeance but I thought it was just divine. This item has an extended handling time and a delivery estimate greater than 26 business days.


Ross rated it liked it Feb 12, Also I just remembered they’ve launched a Midnighter book, and I think he’s still gay in it, although they broke him and his husband Apollo up. bloodd

They feel closer to “pure” Devlin, if that makes sense. Just remember seeing this one page from a Nu52 book, reproduced on the internet, where he tries to hit on a fit bloke in a bar. Clenching a cigarette holder between perfect teeth, he purrs “You can rest easy, gentlemen. And it’s not like I dislike his writing–I like it a lot sometimes, especially blkod and the recent “Indigo Prime” material–but I get the strong sense that there’s something interesting in there that I’m missing.

As far as the reproduction of artwork in Swimming in Blood goes, I have a copy of Megazine 2.