Read issue 2 of Voodoo and issue 3 of Grifter and I'm not feeling the love. I don't hate them, but I'm not seeing anything special in them, either.
Voodoo has a lot of sex in it, so far, which doesn't bother me, as Pris is using her sexuality more than being exploited because of it and even exploitation doesn't bother me if it's part of a larger story, but the thing here is, even allowing for a snail's pace of revealing the backstory, precious little is happening here. Yeah, there was some action, but I don't feel anything is really building here as opposed to wandering. I'll stick with it for another couple of issues, but I suspect I'll be dropping it. The tease of a Green Lantern appearing next issue is not helping as I've been avoiding the regular DC characters, except for Batwoman.
Grifter started out with an intriguing mystery, and while it's not meandering the way Voodoo is, it's not exactly great, either. The art is fine, but there's nothing that feels new here. And rather than letting me get into an alternate version of Cole, I'm finding myself missing the original very much. The reason for him wearing the mask, even what it looks like, is rather silly. Cole was my favorite Wildstorm character, but right now, I don't really care about him. I did in the first two issues, but this third one has squandered the emotions it built up. And visiting Seattle, home of Green Arrow, next issue? Oy vey!