Another great Meg. Loving the wholly Dreddverse stories that have run for the past few months, makes the Meg feel far more significant alongside the Prog.
Cover by Jesus Redondo - nice, crisp if generic cover image by veteran droid.
Dredd - new story by Carroll and Willsher with Dredd in Texas City. If Every Empire Falls only covers last year's Carroll stories he is rapidly accumulating enough further related stories for a second volume. Finally get to see Mega City's secret Chief Judge plant. All very good - these follow up stories are better than the original arc (Grindstone Cowboys apart).
Anderson story starts by Grant and Marshall. Interesting cursed earth setting - hadn't realised how 'urban' Cass's stories often are.
Angelic concludes in very rough fashion with Pa Angel laying waste to everything in his way. Love this less comedic take on the Angel gang and how the groundwork is being laid for everything we already know about them. Can't wait for this to return; lots of mileage still in it and fabulous art. Will definitely buy in trade form if and when released.
Lawless is sublime as ever. Stunning art but the repro on a pages 1 and 6 is not right - muddy and ink heavy. Last page demonstrates Winslade's love of the strip with an image that must have taken ages and ends up being ridiculously detailed yet still clear from a storytelling perspective.
Elsewhere TPO reaches 2014 (looks to finish next month which would make sense given the anniversary and book reissue).
Haven't read other article or David Hitchcock interview yet.
DPS advert for Havn by Si Spencer and Jake Lynch looks intriguing and the floppy covers the penultimate VC's story with the conclusion next month. Brilliant to see this finally collected even if not in TPB - I'll tuck these on the shelf next to the previous trades.
Overall a superb Meg as has been the case for the past few months now.