Batwoman #0 - The art looks nice, like always, but I couldn't even finish reading this one. Exposition... weighing... me... down... Ugh. Seriously, is there anything worse than a comic where the entire thing is told in the style of a plot summary?
Daredevil #18 - Oh yeah, Daredevil had a wife. Nice to see that she's not entirely forgotten. Plus, the mystery of who's trying to make Matt Murdock out to be a nutcase deepens. Fun stuff, like usual. The art's pretty good as well.
Wonder Woman #0 - Great stuff, like usual. Brian Azarello takes a bit of an old-school approach with the narration, but this feels much more modern than a Silver Age story. Revamping Diana's story was probably one of the best things to come out of this entire "New 52" and I hope that this origin sticks for a while.
Spider-Men #5 (of 5) - I've actually read the first trade of the new Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man since reading the last issue, so I'm a little bit more invested in the Miles Morales character. I've decided that I really like him, and I think that this series was a great way to establish that he's a legitimate addition to the mythology. I also like the fact that the door is completely sealed, and there are ways that this series will continue to impact the lives of both Spider-Men.
The Avengers #30 - Walt Simonson's definitely bringing his A-game to this series with this issue. I don't know how the heck it's an AvX crossover, but it was still enjoyable. Basically we get Hawkeye and Spider-Woman teaming up and bickering about their relationship. It could have been lame, but I was entertained.