Judge Solomon

Judge Solomon

Chief Judge Hollins Solomon is a fictional character from the Judge Dredd stories in the comic 2000 AD. His first appearance in the comic was in a flashback in #68, in the 1978 story The Cursed Earth. However his main appearance is in the story Origins (2006–2007), as a recurring character in a series of flashbacks.

Read more about Judge Solomon:  Origins, Judgement of Solomon, Continuity Controversies

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... In 1977 nobody expected the Judge Dredd strip to last for more than a couple of years, so no concerted effort was made to establish a proper character history or backstory until ... than my own satisfaction." Before Origins, there was debate among fans as to whether Solomon had ever been chief judge ... Solomon's rank was not given in his first appearance and he did not wear the chief judge's uniform, although as he was drawn sitting on an eagle throne and ...

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