Wolverine and the X-Men #14 - I wish that I had read this one before AvX #9, as it sets up what's going on with Colossus and makes the events in that book make even more sense. I like the art from Jorge Molina as well, even if it borders on being a ripoff of Olivier Copiel.
Hit-Girl #2 - Another fun issue here. Honestly though, I find the bit where she's trying to fit in at school to be even more entertaining than all the action/adventure stuff.
Hawkeye #1 - I picked this one up on a whim. It's a pretty nice done-in-one story, and while the character definitely feels like Hawkeye, you get him in a situation that's pretty far removed from his life in The Avengers. I'll pick up the next issue at least.
Daredevil #16 - And yet another good read. I've mentioned before how I like that DD is becoming an active participant in the rest of the Marvel Universe, and that all continues with this issue. Plus, Matt Murdock's life is falling apart once again, so it still feels like a DD comic.
Avenging Spider-Man #10 - Oh, Avenging Spider-Man, I wish I could quit you. Original writer, Zeb Wells, is coming back for next issue, so that should be good as well. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Captain Marvel/Spidey team-up from last issue.
Peter Parker: Spider-Man #156.1 - This is one of those special 50th Anniversary issues that came out, and I'm not entirely sure if I'm going to bother with any of the others. I was a bit excited because Roger Stern is the writer, but the story wasn't interesting enough to keep me engaged.