Jacob Sardini


Jacob Sardini

Jacob Sardini is a fictional character from the "Judge Dredd" comic strip in the British comics "2000 AD" and "Judge Dredd Megazine".

Sardini was a human taxidermist who "stuffed" dead human bodies. Among those he stuffed were the Yes family. In 2109 he had an encounter with Judge Dredd when he was forced to stuff the bodies of some gangsters who had been shot in a mob war, and then had to secretly dispose of the bodies when his client was killed by the Judges.

Several years later, he represented Mega-City One in the 2116 Burma Olympics, where he won the gold medal in the taxidermy event. He is one of the very, very few criminals in the comic strip to escape detection by Judge Dredd. He died of a heart attack after being robbed in 2120.

Publications

All written/cowritten by John Wagner:
* "Judge Dredd:" "The Taxidermist" (with Alan Grant (co-writer), Cam Kennedy (pencils) and Mark Farmer (inks), in "2000 AD" #507-510, 1987)
* "Return of the Taxidermist" (with Ian Gibson, in "Judge Dredd Megazine" #2.37 to 2.46, 1993)
* "Judge Dredd:" "Revenge of the Taxidermist" (with Trevor Hairsine , in "2000 AD" #1087-1089, 1998)

External links

* [http://www.2000adonline.com/?zone=thrill&page=profiles&choice=taxde 2000 AD profile]


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