Batman and Robin #21 - This issue got off to a slow start, but then it picked up about half way through. Somebody's killing the relatives of Batman's rogues gallery. His M.O. is pretty weird, and it fits in well with the tone that Grant Morrison established at the beginning of this series.
Venom #1 - This was okay, but it felt too heavy on introduction to the concept. I guess that's not necessarily a bad thing, but I felt like I got all of this intro stuff out of the way in the pages of The Amazing Spider-Man. I guess they want to make sure that anybody picking this up can follow along though, and the ending was interesting enough to have me want to check out the next issue. I'm glad that they're still following up on all of the various plot threads about Flash Thompson that have been left dangling over the years.
Green Lantern #63 - I don't have much to say other than that I continue to enjoy this series immensely. Things keep moving along, and I like the bit about how Hal Jordan has become so consumed with being a Green Lantern that he isn't even sure when the last time he took his ring off was. That makes sense considering the events that have been going on in the past few years in this series - I can't ever see him getting much of a break.
The New Avengers #10 - We get to meet the Hella Old Avengers in this issue, as there's a flashback to the first Avengers team that was set up by Nick Fury in the late 1950s. It's kind of interesting to see Sabretooth and Kraven the Hunter on the same team. I'm just not quite sure yet how those flashbacks are going to tie into the main story, but I'm eager to find out.