Stan Lee (Judge Dredd)
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|File:Judge Dredd cover art.jpg|
Stan Lee cover art
|Publisher||IPC Media (Fleetway) to 1999, thereafter Rebellion Developments|
|First appearance||2000 AD #484 (23 August 1986)|
|Created by||John Wagner, Alan Grant (script)|
Barry Kitson (art)
|Abilities||Highly trained martial artist|
Character history[edit | edit source]
Lee is an expert in martial arts, hailing from the Radlands of Ji in China and trained by the outlaw Fighting Heart Kwoon, and a deadly assassin. One of the very few people to ever defeat Dredd in single combat, Dredd has since defeated him twice. He was given a life sentence for murder. Some time later, a female assassin from the same order named Wu Wang attacked Dredd for the honour of their Order.
In the Shimura story The Harder They Come, it was revealed that Shimura had faced Lee back when he was a Judge-Cadet; all the senior Judges present were killed as were the civilians they were guarding, and Shimura was badly wounded and given his distinctive facial scaring by the assassin. In 2127, Lee escaped - deliberately injuring Judge Giant in the process - thanks to the Fighting Heart Kwoon. The Radlands were under threat by the Taoka Corporation's terraforming of the area back into habitable land; Lee was made leader of a group composed of the best warriors of the Radland factions and sent to Hondo to assassinate Amber Taoka. His group were wiped out and he was defeated in a rematch against Shimura, who cut off his left hand: "Deathfist? Better find yourself a new name."
Lee also has a daughter called Yin Mie, introduced in Tempest: Time Zero. She arrived in Mega-City One with the intention of freeing her father and, using their combined abilities, destroying the universe via a time rip in the Undercity. Lee, meanwhile, had used his imprisonment to meditate and learn to use the force known as "black chi", which gave him supernatural powers and a reformed arm at the cost of making him far more depraved. However, the supervillain Tempest managed to push him into the time rip, sending him back to the dawn of time - in anger, Lee struck out and caused the Big Bang, utterly annihilating him, but causing the creation of the universe.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Children's literature : Martha Speaks (book), Gay Hay, Alice Cooper Bailey, Wubba Wubba Wubba, The Lost Barkscrolls, The House That Had Enough, Wolf Island (novel)
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- Shojun the Warlord, another villain from the Radlands of Ji
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