First, The Sandman Overture #3; a bit better than the previous...I'm excited to see where this goes.
Then, Ten Grand #10; wow!
Next, Deep Gravity #1; a nice start, I look forward to the next one.
Then, Tales of Honor #4; there's a lot to like here, from the art to the storyline. I'm champing at the bit to read the next one...
Next, Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: War Cry #3; I hate to spoiler, but an important character from the novels finally makes an appearance (difference).
Then, Moon Knight #6; this is the last of this that I'll be reading; Warren Ellis is no longer authoring, and that was the only reason I'd read it up to this point. Best wishes to the new author.
Next, Usagi Yojimbo: Senso #1; I like Usagi Yojimbo, but I usually don't buy the standard comics of it; I get the collections. In this case, this is a special saga, and the shop owner set a copy aside for me, just in case, so I went ahead, bought it, and liked it, just like I have for the length of time I've read his adventures.
Then, Protectors, Inc. #8; thus far, I remain fascinated by the take on superheroes that JMS pursues here, and I'm impatient to see the next in the series.
Next, Supreme Blue Rose #2; weird and surreal, I'm enjoying this.
Then, Trees #4; a strange book out of the mind of Warren Ellis, I'm still enjoying this one too.
Finally, Dead Boy Detectives #8; I finished this one last night (and there's a pile more to go), and talk about surreal...I think that maybe, just maybe, the team is starting to falter on this book; I will give them a bit more time yet.
...oh, and then there's the pile of Shrapnel that I won at the Geek event...who knows when I'll actually pick them up and read them?