First up, as always, is Judge Dredd. This issue’s Dredd gets back into the swing of things, showing the aftermath of the chaos bug. I’m liking the current storyline a lot, especially the public reactions to the judges. Of course, there’s also plenty of opportunity for Dredd himself to walk around and get his chin all angry.
Next up is the continuation of Brass Sun. This title is interesting. Whilst not everything makes sense, its early days so there is a lot to be revealed. Still, the story is strong enough, and the religious themes might interest some (although they might put a few off).
Following this is ABC Warriors. I am greatly enjoying this series. Mainly because it looks amazing. The art is highly detailed, visualized and memorable. The dialogue between the robots is the primary action in this issue, and it builds a unique and interesting history. The last issue explored robots built with emotions, this issue shows the results of that.
Next is a one-shot Terror Tales. This tale is a self-explanatory story that’s wrapped up in one issue. Its entertaining and explores a fun concept, giving it a slight horror twist. It may be a filler story, but its a good one.
Finally, there is the continuation of Grey Area. This title is an interesting enough story, with a science fiction twist. With words like ‘diplomatic immunity’ passed around a lot, this title has a strong sense of politics over its alien and science fiction themes. Still, the unique combination makes it worth while.