Cassandra Anderson was a telepath and was considered Psi-Division's best operator[1].


Born in 2080[2], Cassandra Anderson came to the attention of Justice Department when she psychically killed her abusive father at the age of three.  Psi-Division blocked her memories and inducted her into the Division as a cadet[3]

In the year 2096, as part of her cadet training, Anderson investigated a case or organ harvesting[4].

Trying to help Judge Logan recover from the touch of Judge Mortis, she saw a premonition of the mansion in which P J Maybe held Dark Judges Mortis, Fire and Fear[5].


In the 2000AD Judge Dredd universe, Anderson displayed the following abilities:

Dredd: The Card GameEdit

Cassandra Anderson could be used to modify the Dark Judges ability score downwards and to contain a Dark Judge[6].


In the IDW Judge Dredd universe, Judge Anderson displayed the following abilities:


See List of Anderson stories

Real WorldEdit

Brian Bolland allegedly based Anderson's appearance on Debbie Harry[8].

When Brett Ewins illustrated Four Dark Judges he was told by the editors of 2000AD to emulate Bolland's style, eventually leading to his leaving the strip[9].


  1. 1.0 1.1 Judge Death (story) Part Two, 2000AD Prog 150
  2. Judge Anderson: The Haunting, 2000AD Annual 1984
  3. 2000AD Prog 1833
  4. Cadet Anderson: One in Ten, 2000AD Prog 1833
  5. Judge Dredd, Dark Justice Part Two, 2000AD Prog 1912
  6. Dredd: The Card Game: Cassandra Anderson
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Mars Attacks Judge Dredd Number 2
  8. Thrill-Power Overload, David Bishop
  9. Thrill-Power Overload by David Bishop
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