An excellent cover with the art jumping off the shelf, and will show up in the newsstand well!
Continuing on from last weeks Judge Dredd we get a look at the underside of Mega City One. This looks to be a fun read of a story. With Dredd, two cadets and an old Judge who took ‘the long walk’ under the Mega City. Taking Dredd out of his comfort zone is going to be fun and the different backgrounds of the new Judges add to the fun. I really like the art here as well with some clean lines and some brilliant colouring. The reveal at the end works well with the overall story of Mega City One too!
Brass Sun continues to be strong and has a very well planned battle, with the addition of the politics of the worlds. There’s some surprises and a nice finish which may – in the long run – bode well for our heroes! The art makes this an easier read and adds to the enjoyment!
Flesh: Badlanders brings us an old school 2000AD feel, with the art style and the story style. Although in black and white, the art is suitably grim and gives a western feel. The story mixes the gory humour with some more serious issues in a way that 2000AD is well known for.
Our cover star Aquila starts a new story and heads to Rome, where the art is excellent. He meets an old ‘friend’ and gets into some trouble. This dark and mystical look at Rome is brilliant, and I’m looking forward to more!
Damnation Station explains a lot more for new readers to catch up on and provides some zany art styles to finish of the prog. We learn a lot about Joe in this story and the way the story is going to be moving forward.