Low Life (comics)
|Created by||Rob Williams
|Publication date||April 2004 – present|
|Main character(s)||Aimee Nixon
|Letterer(s)||Ellie De Ville|
|Editor(s)||Tharg (Matt Smith)|
|Mega-City Undercover||ISBN 1-905437-52-8|
|Mega-City Undercover vol. 2||ISBN 1781080410|
|Judge Dredd: Trifecta||ISBN 178108145X|
Aimee Nixon, a female judge who has voluntarily had her left arm removed and replaced with a robotic prosthetic. Can beat any lie detector (possibly a reference to Richard Nixon). Her appearance is based on "Courtney Love with a broken nose".
Dirty Frank, a judge who has been undercover so long that he has lost his sanity. Refers to himself in third person, has dubious personal hygiene and can urinate for twenty three minutes non-stop. According to the introduction in the collected graphic novel, his physical appearance is based on Alan Moore.
Eric "Mortal" Coil, a Judge who foolishly volunteered for a mission to track down a lost object in the Cursed Earth and ended up turned into an intelligent baby.
Thora, a female judge who has undergone face and body changes to appear much older.
All episodes written by Rob Williams:
- Mega-City Undercover (160 pages, Rebellion, January 2008, ISBN 1-905437-52-8) collects:
- "Paranoia" (art by Henry Flint, in 2000 AD #1387–1396, 2004)
- "Heavy Duty" (art by Henry Flint, in 2000 AD #1397–1399, 2004)
- "Rock and a Hard Place" (art by Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD #1425–1428, 2005)
- "He's Making a List..." (art by Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD Prog 2006, 2005)
- "Con Artist" (art by Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD #1484–1490, 2006)
- "Baby Talk" (art by Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD #1521–1524, 2007)
- Mega-City Undercover volume 2 (144 pages, Rebellion, April 2012, ISBN 1781080410) collects:
- As yet uncollected:
- "The Deal" (art by D'Israeli, in 2000 AD #1750–1761, 2011)
- Judge Dredd: Trifecta (174 pages, Rebellion, August 2013, ISBN 178108145X) collects: