Picked up this week's comics with a decided lack of enthusiasm. I still feel that rebooting the entire DCU from scratch makes more sense than tweaking some, rebooting others, some stuff's still in continuity, other stuff's not, yadda yadda yadda. And since I plan to read nearly none of it, reading the last few issues of the books currently on my pull list has a very "lame duck" vibe.
Supergirl 65 added a whole different vibe, that of a book meant for anyone younger than me. The story's somewhat intriguing, but the college students are too precious for words. And the art was nothing special. Why Gates and Igle couldn't stay on this book til the reboot is beyond me.
Batman 711 features the next chapter in a story focusing on Two-Face, the Riddler, and Two-Face's supposedly dead but seemingly alive wife Gilda. It's an enjoyable story, but if it's the last one I read for this book, it better have a boffo ending!