-- JUDGE DREDD // TRAUMATOWN: Sweet ending. Michael Carroll has been crafting excellent Post-Chaos Day stories; really takes advantage of new territory. I hope to see Nick Percival on the Dredd art again very soon, fantastic work all around. -- TIME TWISTERS // BURPING HITLER: Short and sweet, I don't know if it will ever get tiresome to make "screw you" stories to Hitler -- INDIGO PRIME // PERFECT DAY: Actually, I'm a little disappointed that this is the evil scheme. *Spoilers* Replacing Jesus with Cthulhu doesn't mean that a twisted form of Christianity would arise from it. I think it's also trying to allude to drone aircraft somehow at the end too. I don't know, it gets too convoluted; and what the hell was the point of the elders in the robot suits a few progs back? -- GREY AREA // NEARER MY GOD TO THEE: The art has actually gotten much better, the inks could still use some variety in weight/thickness but it's heading in the right direction. I like the tension building up in the story as well, can't wait for the next prog. -- OVERALL: Only Four strips this week. We get a double length Indigo Prime, but wasn't really worth it so I can't help feeling a little jipped.