These are, more or less, the monthly titles that I am reading.
Batman and Robin
Batman: Streets of Gotham
Blackest Knight: Batman
Blackest Knight: Superman
Green Lantern Corps.
Superman: World of New Krypton
I was about halfway through a huge post with a write-up about every book I currently buy when I accidentally went back on my browser and LOST IT ALL. So now you just get a stupid boring list.
Avengers: The Initiative
Captain America/Captain America: Reborn
Dark Reign: Hawkeye
Dark Reign: The Hood
Dark Reign: Young Avengers
Ender's Game/Ender's Shadow
Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season Eight (Dark Horse)
Angel: After the Fall/Aftermath (IDW - Currently behind)
Batman: The Widening Gyre (DC)
The Boys (Dynamite)
The Green Hornet (Dynamite - Upcoming)
The Walking Dead (Image)
Sweet Tooth (Vertigo - Just started)
Wtf? Someone other than nolan or I made a thread about comics?
After a few months of buying a lot of single issues, I'm starting to lose interest in it. I just prefer reading trades for the most part, as it's cheaper and I find it way more convient. Once a lot of the miniseries I'm following conclude, I'll only be buying a couple issues a month and then sticking to primarily trades.
Batman: Confidential (DC)
Captain America: Reborn (Marvel)
Justice League: Cry for Justice (DC)
Star Wars: Invasion (Dark Horse)
The Batman Confidential arc that I'm reading ends in October, and I'm only reading it for the current story. I most likely won't read Thor anymore after Giant Size next month. Reborn ends in November, and Cry for Justice will end in January, if that damn story ever ramps up.
In the future I'm planning only on buying oneshots, annuals and miniseries below 5 issues as far as single comics go, the rest I'll stick to trades for. The two exceptions being Star Wars Invasion and the new Flash series by Geoff Johns.
I decided to drop the main Superman books (Superman, Supergirl, Action Comics, and World of New Krypton) for now; they're all locked up in their own crossover story, which would be fine, if it wasn't for the fact that there is virtually no plot development at all with each individual issue. I decided that I was tired of paying money each month for filler; I'll pick them up again when they start getting interesting again.
From what I know, Adventure Comics is where it's at. Great stuff, apparently.
Yeah, Adventure Comics is amazing; shame that the Conner story is soon going to be cut out of the book, however. Either way, it makes you wish Geoff Johns was given control over the rest of the Superman franchise.