Avengers: The Initiative #26 - With most of the original cast gone, I may not be too far behind them. A series about villains being trained on how to pass as heroes isn't exactly, you know, inspiring. Especially since most of the villains are pretty damn lame.
Captain Britain and MI:13 #15 - Fuck you. Yes, you. If you bought some fucking piece of shit Dark Reign or Final Crisis tie-in  instead of this series, or any of the soulless crap that Frank Miller, Jeph Loeb, and Mark Millar are pissing out these days, then fuck you indeed. This series, the only good thing to come out of Secret Invasion, as well as being one of the best fucking things ever, has been canceled. This is the last issue. And if you're a Doctor Who fan and didn't buy this, then fuck you sideways. Paul Cornell deserved better from you. Good taste deserved better of you. Ah, fuck it all...
Dark Reign: Fantastic Four #5 of 5 - It's pretty much Hickman's prologue to his upcoming run on Fantastic Four itself.
Dark Wolverine #76 - The Fantastic Four are the only redeeming thing about this. Once they're gone, so am I.
Deadpool: Suicide Kings #4 of 5 - Spider-Man and Daredevil team-up to save Deadpool from the Punisher. Crazy! But still amusing.
Guardians of the Galaxy #16 - An appearance by the original Guardians of the Galaxy!!! I just geekgasmed all over my apartment.
Halo: Helljumper #1 of 5 - I'm not totally digging Nguyen's art, but Peter David's story shows that he's done his homework, and that makes me very happy indeed.
Immortal Weapons #1 of 5 - Fat Cobra is awesome.
Incredible Hercules #131 - When bros break up.... it's a sad day but makes for good stories.
Incredible Hulk #600 - Wait, what, wasn't something supposed to be, you know, actually revealed? Someone please take Jeph Loeb's typewriter away from him. He has abused it for far too long.
Nova #27 - Non-stop awesome.
Savage She-Hulk #4 of 4 - Next stop, Incredible Hulk #600.
Thor & Hercules: Encyclopedia Mythologica - A bizarre blend of actual myths and Marvel history.
Wolverine: First Class #17 - Patch!
Wolverine: Origins #38 - For crap's sake, Wolvie, you wouldn't get into situations like this if you just cut more people's heads off.
X-Force #17 - They're back in the present and trying to save lives by ending them. Business as usual.
DARK HORSE COMICS
Aliens #2 of 4 - Freaking good.
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #2 of 3 - More tales on various Corps members.
Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds #5 of 5 - The only good thing about Final Crisis comes to a close, and Superboy Prime finally gets what he had coming.
Gotham City Sirens #2 - Still hasn't totally grabbed me... or turned me away.
Green Lantern #44 - Hal Jordan and Barry Allen fights for their second lives against a zombified Martian Manhunter. And you thought you had bad days.
Power Girl #3 - Actiony.
Wednesday Comics #3 of 12 - Still worthwhile.
G.I.Joe #7 - Seriously, can we get to the whole "fighting COBRA" thing yet?
Transformers: All Hail Megatron #13 of 12 - Yep, the miniseries was so effing awesome that they let it have a couple more issues. And it's a good thing.
Back Issue Buys
Amazing Spider-Man Annual #16 - First appearance and origin of the Monica Rambeau Captain Marvel.
Amazing Spider-Man #282 - Spidey versus the original, mutant "hunting" version of X-Factor.
Amazing Spider-Man #20 - It's twentytastic as Spidey battles Iron Man 2020.
Patsy Walker: Hellcat tpb - Hellcat becomes the official hero of Alaska. Because it's funny to put someone with "hell" in their name somewhere that's cold. Despite the initial impetus of the premise, it's a very good read.
 Not all Dark Reign or Final Crisis tie-ins are pieces of shit. Just most of them. I also forgive the buying of the pieces of shit if Captain Britain, Agents of Atlas, and anything by Abnett & Lanning was also purchased.