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A Furry, Anime & Cartoon Spoof to Karl Urban's Superhero reboot "Dredd"

From Littlechild Studios


  • Lance Sterling (Spies in Disguise) as Judge Dredd
  • Rivet (Ratchet and Clank) as Cassandra Anderson
  • Al McWhiggin (Toy Story) as Kay
  • Evelyn Deavor (Incredibles) as Madeline "Ma-Ma" Madrigal
  • Alex (The Emoji Movie) as Clan Techie
  • Dwayne LaFontant (Over The Hedge) as Caleb
  • Dee Dee Sykes (Scoob!) as The Chief Judge
  • Earl Devereaux (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs) as TJ the Paramedic
  • Deborahbot 5000 and Eric (The Mitchells vs. The Machines) as Judge Guthrie and Judge Volt
  • ??? as Judge Lex
  • ??? as Judge Alvarex
  • ??? as Judge Chan
  • ??? as Judge Kaplan


The future United States is a dystopic irradiated wasteland known as the Cursed Earth. On the east coast lies Mega-City One, a violent metropolis with 800 million residents and 17,000 serious crimes reported daily. The only force for order are the Judges, who act as judge, jury and executioner. Judge Sterling is tasked by the Chief Judge, Dee Dee Sykes with evaluating new recruit Rivet, a powerful psychic lombax who marginally failed the aptitude tests to become a Judge.

In Peach Trees, a 200-storey slum tower block, drug lord Evelyn Deavor, also known as "E.D.", executes three rogue drug dealers by having them skinned alive, infused with Slo-Mo (an addictive new drug which reduces the user's perception of time to 1% of normal) and thrown down the atrium from the top floor. Sterling and Rivet are sent in to investigate and learn of a drug den, which they raid. They arrest a thug named Al, whom Rivet's mind probe reveals to be the one who carried out the drug dealers' executions. Sterling decides to take him in for questioning. In response, E.D's forces seize the tower's security control room and seal the building (closing its blast shield doors under the pretext of a security test) to prevent the Judges from leaving or summoning help.

E.D. orders Sterling and Rivet killed, forcing the Judges to fight their way through dozens of armed thugs. Arriving at the 76th floor, the Judges are assaulted by E.D. and her men with rotary cannons that rip through the walls, killing numerous residents. The Judges breach an outer wall and call for backup. Meanwhile, E.D. sends her henchman Dwayne LaFontant to search for the Judges. When they meet, Sterling throws Dwayne off the tower in full view of E.D.

Sterling suspects E.D. is desperate to keep Al quiet and beats him for information. Rivet reads Al's mind and learns that Peach Trees is the centre of Slo-Mo production and distribution. Rivet suggests they hide while awaiting assistance, but Sterling insists they move up the tower and pursue E.D. Robotic Judges Deborahbot 5000 and Eric respond to Sterling's call, but E.D's computer expert denies them entry by persuading them the security system is malfunctioning. A pair of armed teens confront Sterling and Rivet, allowing Al to disarm and overpower Rivet. Al then escapes with her as hostage, and takes her to E.D's base on the top floor.

While Sterling works his way towards E.D, she calls in the corrupt Judges Lex, Kaplan, Chan and Alvarez. The four relieve Deborahbot 5000 and Eric from duty and are allowed into the building. Sterling encounters Chan and is suspicious that he does not ask about Rivet's status. Seeing his cover blown, Chan attacks Sterling, but is killed. Meanwhile, Al tries to execute Rivet with her own weapon, but the pistol's DNA scanner does not recognize him and explodes, taking his arm off. She escapes and later encounters Kaplan, whom she promptly kills after reading her mind. Elsewhere, Sterling kills Alvarez but runs out of ammunition. He is subsequently shot and injured by Lex, but Sterling stalls him long enough for Rivet to arrive and kill Lex.

Rivet and Sterling obtain the code to E.D's apartment from her computer expert and confront her. E.D. tells Sterling that, in the case of her death, a device on her wrist will detonate explosives on the top floors, destroying the building. Sterling reasons that the detonator's signal will not reach the explosives from the ground floor, so he forces E.D. to inhale Slo-Mo and throws her down the atrium to her death.

In the aftermath, Rivet accepts that she has failed her evaluation by getting disarmed, and leaves. Sykes asks Sterling about Rivet's performance; he responds that she has passed.