I'm beginning to like Return to Armageddon. I like the dynamic between the heavily disfigured/constantly in pain, Amtrak, and his loyal robot, Seeker. It's just a shame that it has taken so long for the thrill to get to this point. Because Amtrak's condition means he cannot die, he was recently buried inside a block of concrete and used in the construction of a building by some circus freaks who had taken a dislike to him. I mention this because it seems very reminiscent to what Alan Moore is to do with the Marvel UK Night Raven text stories that he starts to write a couple of years from now. During Moore's tenure, the character becomes impossible to kill and increasingly disfigured. In one tale, he's led into a trap which is a room filling up with concrete. In Moore's defence, prohibition vigilante Night Raven doesn't go on to partner up with a loyal robot.
Sometimes, ideas seem to move quickly between thrills in 2000 AD. In Mega City One, the dead are sent to Resyk where their bodies are broken down into their basic constituents for use by the state. In Meltdown Man, the Yujee seem to have their corpses sent to a similar place called The Vats which predates the longer lasting Resyk, at least in publication order.