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Judge Dredd Blessed Earth #3

IDW: July 12, 2017   Writer: Ulises Farinas   Art: Dan McDaid   Cover: Ulises Farinas  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 82771401286600311   Diamond ID: APR170567   GCIN: 971983

Judge Dredd continues his mission to restore order to a lawless land! When Dredd seeks treatment for his strange and deadly ailment, his Mega-Train is attacked by the robot-hating Neon Knights! Behold the mystery and grandeur of The Blessed Earth!

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