Before the Judge, there was the Thunder Five.
First produced by Mil,Inc, the Thunder Five was a five shot double action .410/45 Long Colt revolver. One of the first pistols of its kind (though there are probably earlier ones) it set the standard for the popular .410 revolvers of today. A California approved version was also produced in .45-70, and chamber inserts were made for 9mm para, .38 spec/.357 mag, and .38 super. Production ended in 1998.
Warning! Opinion post—- I do not really like these new .410/45 revolvers, mostly because companies market them as a self defense gun to be loaded with .410 buckshot shells. This would be fine if they had a smoothbore barrel, but they have a rifled barrel. The rifling of the barrel disrupts the shot pattern, creating incredible horrible accuracy. I would fear that innocent bystanders are likely unnecessarily injured by one of these pistols. This combined with fact that they are these huge clunky guns, how could you carry one? They are pretty cool novelty items though.