These two books -- Popeye, Vol. 2 and Popeye, Vol. 3 -- each collect four issues of the recent Popeye comic. Each issue has one or two standalone stories, with a rotating crew of artists: Langridge draws one story in each book himself, and is ably joined by Bruce Ozella, Vince Musacchia and Ken Wheaton for the art in the other stories.
I don't want to go too far; these are silly comics stories about boxing and horse races and giant ants and ventriloquism and movies and other similar hooks for gags. But they're smart silly comics stories with an understanding of the past of this particular comics universe and the larger field of strip comics, told in snappy dialogue and a selection of zippy energetic art styles.