First of all, Trees #5, 6: a bit eerie, still interesting, the first saga has two more books to go, then they go into a different tale about it all.
Then, Supreme Blue Rose #3, 4: Odd art, odd storyline, I can't entirely say that I understand it yet, but I'm still intrigued.
Next, Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: War Cry #5 finishes the storyline. Satisfying? I'm not sure. I really do prefer the books. I may have to truncate following further titles in this line if and when another is released. We'll see...
Then, Saga #23, 24: A fun ride still.
Next, Dead Boy Detectives #9, 10: I'm still enjoying these, as they wander in other realms.
Then, Letter 44 #10, 11: The alien station awakens, and the idiot US President screws up royally.
Next Protectors, Inc #9: One of the few superhero books I read, and I'm fascinated by the "normal" detective trying to solve the mystery of the murder of one of the superfolk by another. Hopefully another book in this saga will be out in the next week or two.
Then, Usagi Yojimbo: Senso #3, 4: War of the worlds Usagi-style. Major characters are dying left and right (will they stay dead???) and the invasion continues.
Next, Deep Gravity #3, 4: monster in the shipwreck, oh my!
Then, Tales of Honor: On Basilisk Station #5: this finished the story from the first book of the Honor Harrington novels, but apparently they are going to continue with a new book title. I'm looking forward to it; I enjoy the artwork, and it appears that they may add some bits that aren't in the novels per se. We'll see.
Next, God Hates Astronauts #1, 2: I hate this. No more. Ick.
Then, War Stories: Castles in the Sky #1, 2: WWII B-17 bomber flyers and what they experienced. Cool.
Next, The 7th Sword #5: heading into the climax.
Finally, Ten Grand #11: nice finish to this part of the saga. I liked the art, and certain scenes were beautifully portrayed. I look forward to the next in the series.
Whew! Too long between...