The "Garbage God" made this book.
Ok, not really. Dredd makes this book ... but the Garbage God sure does make it entertaining!
On a search for the one boy that can save Mega City One, Dredd brings us kick-a*** action, crazy adventure, and tons of death.
This book is humorous as heck with Garbage God preparing for his death in a burial shroud made entirely of priceless ring-pull tabs and monuments of the man with a cooking pot on his head being pulled by mutie-slaves.
My favorite scene involved sulphur sand and a "kept" promise.
This issue is incredibly creative, there's SO much going on in it and the action moves really fast. In my opinion, those are all good ingredients for a story that is bound to give you a feeling of excitement and anticipation.
"Death to the brotherhood of trash!!!!"