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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Here a Wally Squad member clocks off to enjoy the company of a couple or three women and Dredd himself says “sure, I guess you’ve earned it”. He mentions in swjmming in Thrill-Power Overload that he’s disabled. Ultimately, I think Smith’s lack of focus – whether it’s maintaining his own, or bringing his stories into focus – devlkn his selling point as well as his drawback.
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Devlin Waugh, Swimming in Blood
So maybe if I can ask you to cast your mind back a bit to when these stories first came out: I grinned at the bit about “munce Thermidor,” and at the throat-clearing innuendo of the conversation between Devlin and Chigley: Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code.
No additional import charges at delivery! Barney rated it really liked it Mar 13, Thanks for all the background on one of my fave Smith characters.
Waugh is part of the world of Judge Dreddoriginally created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerraand set years ahead of our own time.
In the the date of his introduction annual poll of AD readers’ opinions, Waugh became the first and last character ever to knock Judge Dredd off the top spot as Favourite Strip. Even having some witty one-liners and puns t Very fun. Do you want to see Judge Dredd fight a shaman alongside a blood-drinking bodybuilder dandy? Add to watch list Remove from watch list. Posted by Douglas Wolk at Wonderful jaunt through the world of Judge Dredd, with the gay, irreverent, violent, cultured and eloquent supernatural operative for the vatican.
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Devlin Waugh, Swimming in Blood, in Richard Sams’s Misc Comic Art Gallery Room
Other books in the series. Yemen There are 2 items available. He has appeared in individual episodes as well as being collected as trade paperbacks and in a volume in the series ” Judge Dredd: Please try again later.
But to complain about that feels like it’s missing the appeal of Smith’s writing, which has always seems to be more about the language and the ideas during the journey, as opposed to the actual plot of the story being told. A kind of supernatural investigator for the vatican, he likes fine wine and art and is ni as they come.
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Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood by John Smith
Some of the stories have been collected into a number of trade paperbacks:. What was so striking about them then? Open Devlib See a Problem?
Trivia About Devlin Waugh: His father stepped in and had him to the time-travelling Kem-Kwon Monastery, where he learned Kem-Kwong killing techniques which stood him in good stead in his future life. Be swwimming first to write a review. That second story was really good! Marcos rated it it was ok Feb drvlin, Report item – opens in a new window or tab.
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The Mega Collection ” by Hachette Partworks in Eric Vincent rated it really liked it Dec 12, 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. But wakgh the corner lies someone even more scary.
Artist Ashley Wood also dropped out of the project,  which was eventually handed to Siku. Mathew Shepherd rated it really liked it May 02, A bodybuilding, flower-arranging priest with an eye for beautiful boys and a handy way with extremely big guns, Devlin survived a steroid abuse scandal dfvlin the Olympics to become the future Vatican City-state’s chief exorcist and paranormal warrior.
It’s possible that the entire concept of “You Can Never Go Home Again” was created because someone had realized that, at some point in the future, I would re-read these very “Devlin Waugh” comics and think “THIS is what I loved so much twenty years ago?