This is one of the many US reprints of 2000AD fare churned-out in the 1980s and early 1990s (before DC Comics licensed JD and nixed the existing titles as part of the deal) from the oh-so-inappropriately named Quality Comics (several years after Dez Skinn had parted ways with the company).
THE LAW OF DREDD, like the other Quality books of the time, depended on reprints from 2000AD and slapped-on new covers which, other than featuring the character, often had naff-all to do with the contents inside.
From the 8th issue, this started to appear under the Fleetway Quality masthead after the British publisher started to take a more hands-on interest in the reprints. It eventually clocked-up 33 issues.
welcome back ( again ) slow robot...some great entries there...the kind of info that only this blog can provide...ReplyDelete
.speaking of info, you may have read my chat with krusty about the cancellation of SFX COMIC HEROES..the editor told me it was only for a small readership so most likely it was due to falling sales...