Judge Logan

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Judge Logan
File:Logan (Judge Dredd character).jpg
Art by Colin MacNeil, in 2000AD #2118
Publication information
PublisherRebellion Developments
First appearance2000 AD prog 1350 (2003)
Created byJohn Wagner and Charlie Adlard

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Chief Judge Logan is a fictional character in the Judge Dredd series that appears in British comic 2000 AD.

Fictional character biography[edit]

Judge Logan
Chief Judge of Mega-City One
In office
2141 – Incumbent
DeputyAda Porter
Preceded byBarbara Hershey

Logan first appeared as Dredd's assistant in the 2003 story "The Satanist," a role he held for nine years. During this period he appeared in the "Total War" storyline (2004) and in "Origins" (2006-07). In "Origins" he was severely wounded in action and required major surgery, including an artificial lung, arm and spleen.[1] In "Tour of Duty" (2009-10) he was promoted to senior judge.[2] Shortly afterwards he personally discovered the evidence which resulted in Chief Judge Sinfield's conviction and removal from office in 2132.[3]

In "Day of Chaos" (2011-12) he again lost his arm in an encounter with Judge Mortis and was hospitalised.[4] The encounter left him traumatised, unable to get the experience out of his head.[5] He received a prosthetic arm.[6]

At the start of "Dark Justice" (2014-15) he was still in the hospital and getting worse by the day. It was discovered that the Sisters of Death were using him as a conduit to re-enter Mega City One (just like they had used Judge Agee in the story "Necropolis").

Logan was not seen or mentioned again until "Machine Law" in 2019, in which it was revealed that he had become the sector house chief in Sector 6 in 2139.[7] In that same story, set in 2141, he succeeded Judge Hershey as Chief Judge of Mega-City One, with Dredd's endorsement. He immediately appointed a robot judge to the Council of Five, Mega-City One's ruling body, causing Dredd to have misgivings about him.[8] However, he eventually realised he had tried to go too far too soon.


  • "The Satanist" written by John Wagner, art by Charlie Adlard, in 2000 AD #1350–1356 (2003)
  • "Terror" written by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #1392–1399 (2004)
  • "Total War" (written by John Wagner, art by Henry Flint, in 2000 AD #1408–1419 (2004)
  • "Origins" written by John Wagner, art by Carlos Ezquerra, in 2000 AD #1505–1519, 1529–1535 (2006-07)
  • "Tour of Duty" written by John Wagner, various artists, in 2000 AD #1650–1693 (2009-10)
  • "Day of Chaos" written by John Wagner, various artists, in 2000 AD #1743–1789 (2011-12)
  • "Dark Justice" written by John Wagner, art by Greg Staples, in 2000 AD Prog 2015 and #1912–1921 (2014-15) (first episode only)
  • "Machine Law" written by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #2115–2122 (2019)
  • "Unearthed" written by Rob Williams and Chris Weston, art by Patrick Goddard, in 2000 AD #2124–2125 (2019)
  • "The Red Queen's Gambit" written by Arthur Wyatt, art by Jake Lynch, in the Judge Dredd Megazine #409–412 (2019)
  • "Control" written by Rob Williams, art by Chris Weston, in 2000 AD #2141–2145 (2019)
  • "Guatemala" written by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #2150–2157 (2019)


  1. 2000 AD #1535 and 1542, 2007
  2. 2000 AD #1689
  3. 2000 AD #1693
  4. 2000 AD #1782-83
  5. 2000 AD #1789
  6. 2000 AD #2116
  7. 2000 AD #2115
  8. 2000 AD #2118

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