Cyber Force – Even for free, it was unreadable garbage.
I actually like this book. I had to read issues 1 and 2 twice to really understand what was going on. Its completely different than the other Cyberforce books, which is why it had me thrown for a loop. This series ties Cyberforce into the Top Cow universe rather nicely.
Now for my list
Nightwing- Issue 25 aside this series was in my opinion one of the most consistent titles on the stands in both art and writing. Maybe I feel this way because of how surprised I am of how much I like this book because I was never really a fan of Nightwing.
Aphrodite IX- If I had to use just one word to describe it I would say "Wow". It is such a departure from the god awful original mini series. Nicely researched and intelligent writing. I love the art but I get that since its not traditional that some people don't like it.
Superior Spider-Man- I didn't wanna like this book. Heck I planned on never reading this book but I was looking for something to read one day and reluctantly bought issues 1 through 4 and found myself really enjoying it. Having said that I still want the "real" Peter Parker back.
Aquaman- Believe it or not this is one of DCs best titles. This isn't an insult by any means. This title has been strong since issue 1. great art work and the stories in it actually progress the character. We are learning quite a bit about Arthur and Atlantis, even after all these decades.
Superman Unchained and Superman/Wonder Woman
Uncanny X-Men- I couldn't take it any longer. This title has been bad for so long, even before the relaunch. 2013 didn't see it getting any better for Marvels merry band of mutants. Terrible artwork with just as bad if not worse story telling. Issue after issue of a story that went nowhere. Lets put it into perspective. I have been collecting X-Men comics since the 90's. I have, correction "had", a continuous run starting in the # 130's of the original volume. Not to mention the other titles of the X-Men. I'm a fan okay. This book is so bad that even that loyalty couldn't keep me buying it.
Teen Titans- Another book that started off good but went south. Too bad because its the only monthly title with Red Robin in it.
The Darkness- normally I'm a fan of David Hines. He wrote one of my all time favorite mini's FVZA. So to have him on one of my favorite characters books should have been a dream for me but unfortunately no. With so so artwork the bad writing stuck out even more. Sadly another book I have been collecting since issue 1 of the original volume had to be dropped. I didn't even bother finishing the story arc I was on.
Batman: Dark Knight- It was one of the weaker Batman titles to begin with but it just kept getting worse. I've never even read the last issue I bought of it. Yep it's that bad.