Aquaman #13 - This wraps up a storyline, and Geoff Johns is going to be leaving after issue #16. I think that I might be done here. I liked the beginning, and I had high hopes for the series, but if Johns isn't in it for the long haul, then I need to use this excuse to drop another book before all the Marvel Now stuff starts hitting.
Joe Kubert Presents #1 (of 5) - This is a nice, thick book with lots of great art by the posthumous artist. Still, I'm having a hard time getting into it. I think that this will make for some nice reading material in my classroom for the kids who are too lazy to bring their own books.
Batgirl Annual #1 - I would have skipped this if it weren't for the fact that Gail Simone wrote it and that it ties into the "Court of Owls" storyline. Overall, I thought it was decent, but not great. I would have wanted to see more interaction between Catwoman and Batgirl than we got in this one, as there seems to be a lot of potential there.
Winter Soldier #12 - This was a fun issue. Too bad Ed Brubaker is going to be focusing on more creator-owned work, as I think that he'd be a good choice to write Wolverine.
Hit-Girl #4 - Fun stuff, like always from this team. Again though, I don't think it would work well as a movie. I don't mind seeing a girl in a comic book go through this abuse, but I don't think I'd like it in a live-action format.
Wolverine and the X-Men #19 - Fun, wacky stuff like usual with this issue. Even when Wolverine plays a minimal role in this book, it's really top-notch stuff - almost more reminiscent of the Alan Davis issues of Excalibur.