Never Mind The Adverts (Pt16) – Judge Dredd Mega Heroes by Mattel

We are the law!

Welcome to part 16 of TVTA’s series Never Mind The Adverts… Here Are The Toys!

Featuring: Judge Dredd Mega Heroes, by Mattel

In 1995, Mattel released a series of multi-pack action figures based on Judge Dredd characters from the British comic 2000 AD. The semi-articulated figures, which stand at around 2 to 3 inches (7 – 12 cm approx), come with an impressive amount of colour and detail, and were launched to coincide with the summer blockbuster film Judge Dredd, starring Sylvester Stallone and Diane Lane.

TVTA is pleased to present maximum thrill power images of the full 1995 loose set, including the impressively zarjaz ABC Robot, and Judge Dredd’s Lawmaster MK IV bike!

Judge Hershey and Block War Dredd.

ABC Robot and Fergie.

Judge Dredd Mega Heroes. Lawmaster Mark IV bike.

Judge Dredd Mega Heroes. Lawmaster Mark IV bike.

Judge Dredd Mega Heroes. Lawmaster Mark IV bike.

Judge Death.

Under City Perp and Squad Leader Judge Hunter.

Mean Machine Angel and Fink Angel.

Riot Armor Dredd and Chief Justice Fargo.

Under City Perp, ABC Robot, Rico.

Mutant and Ugly Pugley.

Rico and Lawgiver Dredd.

Go ahead punks! Mega Heroes figures.

Judge Dredd. Special Edition DVD. Publicité. 1995. France.

Judge Dredd. Special Edition DVD. 1995. France.


Thank you for going quietly to your Iso-Cube with us 🙂

13 thoughts on “Never Mind The Adverts (Pt16) – Judge Dredd Mega Heroes by Mattel

  1. Hi TVTA, Ah….I AM the Loooar! (Law!) Great collection of figures but I have to say I can’t help but see the Michael Jackson video for Beat It when I saw the “Mutant and Ugly Pugley” and the “Go Ahead Punks” picture you posted!
    One final point I’d like to make, why does the Block War Dredd armour look more protective than the Riot Armour Dredd outfit? Thanks as always!

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  2. Thanks for sharing my friend, I’ve never personally seen any of those Mattel JD figures before. And I concur with the first commenter about the Stallone Dredd movie, apart from the Angel gang (who were actually rather great in it!) it’s rather terrible, but at least we’ve had the great Urban movie to wash away the memory of the former! 🙂

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