Quote from: Trent on 28 November, 2016, 12:45:17 pmI thought the 2000AD philosophy was a 'shotglass of rocket fuel'.Heh. That was an edict from Andy Diggle's short tenure as editor and about whom you'll struggle to get Pat to say anything positive.
I thought the 2000AD philosophy was a 'shotglass of rocket fuel'.
Clint Langley's great art seems to send Pat Mills into slow motion, with Langley frequently taking ten bigger-than-necessary panels to do something that could have been done in two.
I think the point was specifically two Mills strips not two by the same writer.
By all means have Savage turn up in it, but not as the central character. Hell, have him turn up as a rogue protaganist hindering the actual resistance - that would make things interesting...
Dredd: A proper little Dredd tale, sinister and silly in the correct balance, and with really terrific art from Lynch, his best to date. Wyatt uses the three parts well, keeping everything flowing between episodes and yet keeping them self-contained, while still leaving room for a return engagement: not an easy trick. My only regret would be that the baddie didn't have a memorable name - I can't remember it now and I just put the prog down - and it wasn't even mentioned this episode! Something that rhymed with cannibal would have been good... Annabelle Unger, maybe? Desiree Longpig? (Well, you can see why I don't get to write Dredd...).