Earth 2 Annual #1
Like Robinson's Earth 2, not sure I'll follow it when he leaves. This is no exception, BUT . . . DC . . . a comic that continues the same storyline from the monthly and ends on a cliffhanger isn't an annual, it's an excuse to charge me an extra dollar.
Justice League of America #4
I don't think what appeared to happen happened. Interesting so far, but seriously, I bought the digital copy of this only seeing the thumbnail cover, and I may have passed on it had I seen the actual full sized book.
Avenging Spider-Man #21
I like Yost. Yost gets to do the fun stuff while Slott has to spend nine issues treading water before he really gets to tell his story.
This series, like Hawkeye, is fun. It's so fun I almost didn't shed a tear when I saw that they forced Rhodey into his stupid movie armor.
Indestructible Hulk #8
I thought this book had gotten a little slow, but this one picked up, was a fun read, and started getting more into Banner's new philosophy and why he's doing what he's doing.
Savage Wolverine #5
This series has been kind of over the top fun, but resolving it's initial plot shows how thin a premise this book has. Wolvie doing fun stuff with guest stars is good. Trying to shoehorn a larger storyline is not so good.
Eddie Brock has a symbiont again! I don't know why, but that balances some of the disturbances in the Spider books at the moment.
Wolverine and the X-Men #30
I don't know why, but I just like this book. I am rarely disappointed in it. It's not great, but it's solid.
I've been digging Brian Wood's Star Wars comic, so I picked this on up. Interesting starting premise and it's enough to get me to come back for #2.
If someone had told me a couple years ago that I'd be reading more X-books than I had since the 90s and that one of my favorites would be a Brian Micheal Bendis book, I would have sworn they came from an alternate reality, where words mean different things.
Secondary Side Note
Wow, that was a lot of Hulk this week.