Unlike Colin, I'm reading it all and, like Colin, loving all I read.
The Heston strip is superb, not because of the sentimental resonances, but because it's probably Wyatt's best Dredd script to date: everything feels right including Dredd himself; Heston is rapidly established as an intriguing and sympathetic citizen character (of a type we don't see many of these days); the Comportment is put centre stage' and there's plenty of incidental crazy (Jigsaw disease replacing Cholera is especially good). Jake Lynch's art scales yet further heights. Could there have been a better tribute to Logan? Unlikely.
After that, my favourite thing is Dumb Minions. I remember this being great, but not this great. SBD's art is probably the best it has ever been (maybe A Simple Killing? I dunno, but this is something else), and in one sitting the story rockets along to its beautifully melancholy epilogue. if the current run of floppies doesn't raise general appreciation of Sinister Dexter to tradeworthy heights, Abnett should just give up (please don't). I almost can't believe we are getting Malone next month - I would buy the Meg just for this.
Happily, I don't have to, because Lawless is very nearly as good. Winslade should be given ALL the art awards, even Best Colourist, because who could make this strip look any better? Rapidly moving into Greatest Meg Strip Ever territory.
I'm an unashamed fan of Realm of the Damned, but maybe this final part was a bit lacking in surprises, even while comfortably exceeding its gore targets. Really enjoyed this story, well done those lads. Will there be more?
Blunt is also good fun, and the art is superb. It does suffer from comparison with the first run of Zombo (without the laughs) and Lawless (without the cast), but on its own terms it's a welcome addition to the death planet/colony worlds genre.
TPO The Next Generation was a good read, but reminded me that I still have the 30th Anniversary badge in the coin holder of my Ford Fiesta, which in turn reminds me that I have been driving it for 11 years now. Did all these things Stock mentions really happen a decade ago? -sobs quietly-