The Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom #1 (of 4) - I passed on the last anthology series, but I picked this one up because it tells one continuous story, and it's written by one of my favorite writers: Mark Waid. He's a good fit for the character, and this issue was a lot of fun. I like the art by Chris Samnee as well, although it's pretty hard to step into the shoes of Dave Stevens.
Batwoman #12 - I picked this up because JH Williams III returned to the artistic duties. Even though I'm a bit behind on the story, I enjoyed this - mainly for the art. It's also cool to see Wonder Woman, and I'm looking forward to this particular team-up. Insert gratuitous lesbian joke that's insensitive and in poor taste here.
Green Lantern #12 - Fun stuff, as always. I'm hoping that this upcoming crossover won't strain my wallet too much.
The Amazing Spider-Man #692 - In this 50th Anniversary issue, Spidey gets a sidekick. While I like the concept, I wonder just how long this sort of a thing can last. Anyway, the backup stories were pretty fun as well, and my only complaint is that I have to wait one more issue for the return of Roderick Kingsley, a.k.a. The Hobgoblin. My first regular issue of Amazing featured him as the villain, so I'm kinda partial to him.
Supercrooks #4 - This was a satisfying, but not spectacular, ending to a really fun series. Leinil Yu does a pretty awesome job as usual. I wonder if there's going to be a part two to this? Seems like there's room for one.