Zarjaz proggage this week and no mistake. My least favourite strip could easily be my favourite in a different lineup! And also lovingly wrapped in a stonking cover.
I'm liking this Dredd a lot. Nicely paced, distinctive characters and settings, doggedly irrascible Dredd. And TT's art getting more confident with his subject with every page - extraordinary stuff.
Hope for the Future is stylish and cool almost to a fault, but despite some familiar Adamsisms in the bouncers' dialogue, it remains fresh and keeps an engaging story center stage.
Kingmaker has yet to click with me, for all that it's a solid premise. I think it's just how close the fantasy-cliche dialogue is to actual movie lines: instead of getting the intended chuckle out of me, it's a bit like someone who insists on quoting The Princess Bride but keeps getting it ever so slightly wrong. That said, I'm intrigued to see where this is going, and Gallaghee draws the bejayzus out of it.
The Order is glorious madness, a strip spreading its wings and soaring as earlier world-building pays off.
Kingdom getting very interesting indeed, fascinating contrast with the last two runs. Another faction coming into play, or an old one getting more sophisticated?
Terrific line-up this, one for the ages.