Nightwing's new creative team includes Rags Morales. Okay, I can live with that. More than live with that.
Supergirl is getting another new direction. Oh, the suspense. *yawn* I just hope it's well done, whatever it is this time.
Green Arrow/Black Canary 4 has a number of folks wondering whose body Ollie is cradling. Speculation has included Mia, Connor, and Roy. I can't believe they'd kill Roy, but just in case, I think that would kill my love for most DC superhero titles, again. But this time, instead of dropping all comics when Supergirl died, there are non-superhero titles and a few that work well on their own, like The Spirit, that I could keep reading, but with so many storylines intertwined in the DCU these days, avoiding reminders that my fav character is gone would be difficult. Losing my favorite characters really does suck the joy out of the medium for me. Yeah, I'm probably overreacting, a lot, but given how little respect Roy gets, despite finally making it into the JLA, and yeah, dead isn't always dead (but I can't believe even Judd would try that 2 stories in a row). What bugs me even more tho, is that Occasional Superheroine doesn't respect Roy, either. It's like she's rooting for it to be him. *shudder*
On the other hand, it looks like Booster Gold is gonna be great, with Michael trying to save Ted.
Let's consider this listing for The Spirit 14 for a moment: "Written by Sergio Aragones & Mark Evanier; Art by Mike Ploog; Cover by Jordi Bernet " Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier. 'Nuff said.
Jakeem is back in Justice Society of America!
And another Manhunter collection. Could the promised revival of the monthly come next year?
Edited to add: Almost forgot to mention the long-rumored "lost" original Teen Titans Annual looks like it will finally be released! I'm really looking forward to that.