I start with Bushido: The Way of the Warrior #3, 4, 5; this completes the story, and I can't believe I bothered to read it. It looks like they were setting the stage to have a samurai/vampire/good guy acting as ronin and wandering the Earth to right wrongs. Wrong. If I see such a book, I will avoid it.
Next was Protectors, Inc #1. This is a book written by JMS, and that's what originally caught my eye; unfortunately I missed the next several releases, and the comic shop didn't pull it for me, so I'm trying to find issues 2 & 3 to continue the saga. It deals with a new twist on superheroes, in which they've unionized. Really strange, and I can't wait to find #2 to continue reading it.
Then, The Sandman: Overture #1, 2 and The Sandman: Overture Special Edition #1; revisiting the classic Sandman works in a fascinating way. I'm enjoying this one, the only problem being how rarely it gets new releases.
Next title is Letter 44 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; this series is a story about how we've noticed alien activity in the Asteroid Belt, and it deals with the White House coping with this while keeping it secret from the world, and a spacecraft sent out to investigate, again completely secretly. The storyline hops back and forth between Earth/Washington DC and the investigating ship. Very cool series; very gritty; almost believeable. Worth reading...
Speaking of Sandman, BTW, I recall certain characters that popped up when I read those comics back in the day, i.e. Dead Boy Detectives. I've read #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and the books are pretty good. Better than some of the previous titles, not as good as others. It's about two pre-teens who are killed in a British boarding school at widely different times in history who haunt and solve mysteries.
A couple of other titles that I'm keeping pace with includes Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #4 which scratches my itch to see more Firefly-related material and in a good way, while Tales of Honor: On Basilisk Station #2 gives me a picture to look at as I recall the book from which it is based by David Weber. I look forward to more of each.
I should be off call tonight. I intend to crack open a bottle of wine as soon as I can get home, whatever time that will be...