I've read DC Universe Last Will and Testament twice now and I still can't figure it out. I can't even decide if I like it or hate it. I'm certainly not indifferent to it. I don't think I'll read it a third time, though.
DC Universe Decisions 1-3
Possibly the strangest comics DC has published. I think Ollie and Hal beating the shit out of each other while Dinah refereed was my favorite bit.
Blue Beetle 32
I think I love Jaime's father as much as I love Jaime. Another solid issue.
Both the main event and the back-up story entertained me. The new order of things is intriguing. The series has slowed at times, but for a weekly, it's been pretty good so far.
Birds of Prey 123
Joker vs Babs was great. And later, when he realized who she is was priceless. Calculator is such a jerk, but fun. I loved him in Catwoman, and he's been as good here. Bedard has really started to click with the Birds.
I also caught up on Criminal, Zorro, and The Lone Ranger. All are excellent. Zorro and the Lone Ranger are super-less heroes who care so much it's almost painful to read. They have very different styles; the former is wordy and eloquent and the latter is sparse and to the point, but both are storytelling at its best. Criminal is a whole different type of story, classic noir. Brubaker makes us care so much for these flawed people and there aren't exactly happy endings here. If the protagonist survives, that's a good resolution. I hated falling behind on these (and Buffy and Jack of Fables, next on the stack), but they demand careful reading. They can't be skimmed, nor should they be read quickly. They should be read slowly and savored for their richness in character and prose. The art is great on all three.