Fine margins, fine margins. All behind a quite astonishing good cover. Man Henry Flint has somehow found new ways to get better. Not just on the cover but on the fantastic Dredd. So much in there. So many questions left. That ? at 'The End' is surely not required there has to be more right? More Judge Sam, more about the secrets in the walls, more about madness and visions, more about who is prepared to make the sacrifices. This has been a brilliant Dredd and offers so much more to come.
Did the croc have spines on its back last time in Flesh? Anyway pointless points aside the dino action just doesn't work for me, the pacing seemed off... or something. The idea of the rangers at the end of the world I seem to have settled with at least. So interested to see what this has next... if not too much in this episode itself.
Hunted continues to suffer a little too much by the weight of how much its packing it. I loved the episode a couple of weeks ago that gave time to the led. Here there is so much break neck action nothing gets to breathe. Its fun don't get me wrong just wish it could be as good as the 'origin' episode had shown it could be.
Savage however manages to go for it both barrels blazing and throw in some character. Okay its not subtle either but it plays with Bill's svage madness really well. Loved this episode.
Counterfeit Girl just continues to rattle along in glorious multicoloured delight as our heroine chases down her last hope the relentless pace of this series takes us around another sharp turn with chaotic elegance. It really is a breathless wonder, but with a skill that carries you along effortlessly. I think this will even better read as one and shows something very specific about why a 6 page 2000ad story is unique and its hard to imagine this story being told in any other comic.
This run of post 2000 stories has been a glorious mix of ups and downs and I'm lovin' the ride.