Robot Girl by John Aggs: "How many giant robots can the girl have?" Quite a lot as it happens... (#8).
Frontier by Jason Cobley and Andrew Wildman: "What in tarnation is it?" The wheat field coming to life in #31.
Mo-Bot High by Neill Cameron: "Honestly. Kids." Our first look inside the janitors' room (#9).
Monkey Nuts by the Etherington Brothers... Well, there were so many great, funny, dramatic moments but the corker has to be the jaw-dropping two-page spread from #21. WhooooSHOOOM!
Mezolith by Ben Haggarty and Adam Brockbank: everything from the first teaser in #12 (should have been just that amazing image & logo and nothing else on the page imo) to Poika finding the handprints in the cave (#36). Special mention though for Talja's meeting with the giantess (#24) which is indelibly etched onto my memory.
And this marvellous scene from The Spider Moon by Kate Brown:
Bekka: "IS IT FIXED? HAVE YOU GOT IT?"
Shopkeeper: "Yes. Now don't break this one."
Shopkeeper: "You mean no."
What a lovely introduction to an engagingly boisterous character - a masterclass in comic storytelling in three or four panels. I saw that scene in the PR leaflet btw but don't remember it appearing in the comic (?).
There's been lots of other fantastic stuff. Such a lot of great talent came together in the DFC. Foolish to even try to pick any faves, really.