So, overall, enjoyed the Prog much more this week than last.
Scarlet Traces is an intriguing little strip, considering I haven't touched the series before now. This second episode was easier to pick up, and makes me want to track down the earlier books. Might be a trip to the comic shop next week... (though I did promise not to buy any more 2000AD Graphic Novels until the new Hachette collection is confirmed or denied, this looks like a promising series)
Brink may just not be for me. I do tend to have a hit/miss relationship with Abnett's writing, sometimes adoring it and sometimes just not clicking at all. I will give this series a solid chance, but it's not won me over yet.
The FutureShock is... well, my comments on that are in the previous post. I like McConville but there's something about this particular strip that didn't sit right.
Deadworld is fascinating. I love the Dark Judges anyway, so exploring their world a bit more is a fun time. Definitely excited to see where this second series goes, and to pick up the first series at some point.
And then to the jewel of the Prog - HARVEY.
I love Dredd, I love Mechanismo, I love Johns Wagner and McCrea, and this does not disappoint. After last week's cracking one-shot, it's good to get something with a bit more meat to it, and I am interested to see how Wagner uses the Mechanismo differently than he has before. It is very easy to fall into the conceits of the concept, so here's to a (hopefully) fantastic story.