Well we are in almost as good a form as last week. Everything continues pretty much as you were and its all good stuff. Not really a duff note in the lot.
One thing of note to me is the comparison between the two magnificent splashes this week. Both are really good, but were as Patrick Goddard seems to be, deservedly, hailed by all, Steve Yeowell can come into flak from some quarters, wonky thinking quarters it has to be said, but still. Now on the surface the Goddard Savage splash seems to be the 'winner' (clearly its not really a competition but work with me here), its got the detail, its got the 'cool' factor, loads of chuffin' robots is indeed cool enough. For me however the Yeowell piece that takes the day. It carries (no pun intended) such a an epic scope in the way the Goddard one doesn't quite manage as well. Its simpler but all the more for it. Its powerful and potent its simply magnificent and you feel the weight bearing down on those giants and what giants they are. Its a great example of why Yeowell is such a magnificent artist, he knows how much to use or not use, what needs to be shown to convey any number of things perfectly. Who cares if sometimes he lacks 'detail', backgrounds or loads of little lines. What he places on the page, however minimal sometimes, is just perfect, its efficient, he can be one of the Hemingways of comic art. His work has a confidence not to get littered and distracted. Its just magnificent.
Anyway meandering asides apart great Prog.