(with Lawgiver Mark 1, Suction Trap & can of Boing)
Cassandra Anderson is a Psi Judge, a psychic who uses her mental abilities to prevent crime and uphold the Law in Mega-City One. She has frequently fought alongside Judge Dredd against terrifying menaces, particularly the alien superfiend Judge Death and his Dark Judges from another dimension. Anderson is one of the Justice Department's best psi judges.
Anderson's Accessories include:
Lawgiver Mark 1 handgun - Fires six different bullets: heatseeker, hi-ex, ricochet, armour piercing, incendiary and standard execution. It lacks the extra features of the Mark 11.
Suction Trap - An ingenious device specially created to capture the Dark Judges when they transmute into their gaseous spirit form.
Boing! - A miracle spray which swells to encase people while still enabling them to breath. Used to contain the Dark Judges in their human forms.
Name: JUDGE ANDERSON
Line: 2000 AD Series I, 1999
UPC Barcode: 690355000024
Overview: Taken from the pages of the classic Judge Dredd and 2000 AD comics, Judge Anderson stands 5.5" tall. She has articulation at the head, shoulders, elbows, and forearms (7 points). The figure comes with a can of Boing!, a mine-like Suction Trap, and a Lawgiver Mark I Pistol.
The Good: Excellent job on getting the Judge's uniform right, even to the eagle beltbuckle. Her uniform actually features a chain on the non-moving "zipper" connecting it to her Psi-Judge badge!
Her left hand can be turned palm-up to hold the Boing! can perfectly.
Her elbows are ball jointed and so can be moved side to side as well as up and down. Her forearms can be turned completely...[See More]
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