Listen...I agree. As an artist who doesn't always draw "on model" myself, I enjoy seeing other artists' stylistic interpretations of our beloved Muppets.
I will always hold Jason Segal and the rest of the movie staff in the highest reguard of bringing the classic Muppets back. But Roger Langridge brought the soul of the original Muppet Show back... something no one else did, reguardless of the format. Heck, I'd say he even improved upon the source material (especially creating new segments that would fit the Muppet Show perfectly, once replacing Pigs in Space with Link Hoghtrob: Monster Smasher). He completely disappears into the source material, both here and the wonderful IDW Popeye series. There were about 2 or 3 of the Fairy Tale based Muppet comics that were really great, but even then, I don't think they were as well done as the Muppet Show main comic (Snow White was really close... it's the best of that bunch). And I admire his stylization of the characters. I wish that they'd put them on a T-shirt, instead of the same dead eyed stock art style guide stuff.