Dredd is neat opener, TT looking remarkably like CC in colour. Assuming Kirby graduated at 18, he's 40: plenty of us were grey at 40, ahem!
Kingmaker doing nothing for me so far, I'm afraid, but it is early days. Leigh's art, which I normally love, seems a bit dark under the colouring job, and I'm not sold on the character designs. I normally do get Edginton's eager mining of pop-culture, and I can see that Game-of-Warcraft-of-the-Rings is ripe for a tongue-in-cheek 2000AD spin, but some of the lifts here are just too direct and too extensive to allow me to actually buy into the premise. And if this turns out to be taking place inside a computer...
Hope on the other and ticks all the boxes, especially the one labelled 'I wish there'd been more of Family'. It's great to see this team cracking on with their own creation in the Prog, they're both big talents on the way up.
Kingdom is as always beyond my ability to praise. I've always loved it, I love it still.
And you can take my feelings about The Order to be much the same. This series looks to be opening up the story very nicely, even if I do miss the simplicity of the first run. Good to see Cyrano in action!