Robert Greenberger

Robert Greenberger is best known to comics fans as the editor of Who's Who In The DC Universe, Suicide Squad, and Doom Patrol. He's written and edited several Star Trek novels and is the author of The Essential Batman Encyclopedia. He's known for his work as an editor for Comics Scene, Starlog, and Weekly World News, as well as holding executive positions at both Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

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6 Responses

  1. Dreddhead says:

    Urban does say “I am the law.”

    Did you even watch the film?

    What a pathetic “review.”

    • Jim says:

      Agreed. This movie captured the comics pretty well. The only thing missing from it was the Angel Gang.

  2. Are You Ready Rookie? says:

    He DID say I am the law – this was well-documented upon its theatrical release and even shown in a pre-release CLIP.

    You either didn’t watch the film, or put it on and then unwittingly went and did something else.

    • I concede I missed the great line and adjusted the review accordingly. Trust me, I sat through every excruciating minute and remain mystified how this was well reviewed at all.

  3. Wow says:

    *Reads first sentence*. Done with review.

  4. torquemada's teapot says:

    I think you just wanted to be edgy in not liking this. Congratulations are being completely alone. You’re also wrong about a whole lot of things. Anderson is a major side-player in the Dredd series, only second to the Judge himself, so of course she should be prioritised and especially given she’s representative of his counter-ego. I also have no idea why you’re talking about MC1 as ‘somehow’ being a corridor between wherever. Have you even read this comic? MC1 is giant megacity that stretches the distance of the NA eastern seaboard. No ‘somehow’ about it – this is the universal setting for this series; even wondering about it is a major slip-up.

    You’re also 100% wrong about Urban’s physicality in relation to the comic. If you knew anything about Ezquerra’s Dredd you’d know he’s lean and lithesome, brittle, and given to moments of extreme violence. You’re confusing later artists like Bisley who presented the character much more robustly. Terrible. It’s really amusing how you’d accuse anyone of referring to thr wiki when it’s patently apparent you’ve done precisely that. Like I said, edgy.

    And no, Thirby’s performance was excellent but not the stand-out; that honour clearly belongs to Domhnall Gleeson. You haven’t a clue from beginning to end. Still, stay edgy, man.