Big catch-up for me:
The Flash #0 - Okay issue storywise. It was great Manupal back on the art though. spoilers:
end of spoilers
I'm sure his dad's innocent.
Books of Magick: Life During Wartime v1 and #6-#15 - I enjoyed this book and its different alternative reality versions of the characters. Dean Ormston is one of the most underrated artists in comics.
Ultimate Comics X-Men by Nick Spencer v1 - Mmm.... not convinced.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (graphic novel adaptation) - I read about a third of this before giving up. I don't really like old Merchant Ivory productions and I hoped this would start off with the trappings of one and then go completely insane when the zombies turn up. Instead the zombies are just there as a backdrop to an otherwise pretty standard period M+A type story. Not necessarily bad, but not my cup of tea.
Stray Dogs - I'm obviously a quitter at the moment because I only made it two thirds of the way through before giving up on this one. Daniel Zezelj is a very good artist, but the stories had no interest for me - and for the most part didn't seem to have much to do with the art.
Ultimatum - People often accuse writers like Mark Millar and Garth Ennis of using shock value to carry their stories and I disagree because they at least manage to keep it entertaining. This on the other hand.... A plotless slaughter of characters - often by other characters who just turn up at random with no apparent connection to the story. I'm totally up for this kiind of wholesale slaughter if they could make it entertaining. They should have got Mark Millar in to do the job. Oh and I normally don't mind David Finch's art, but here he was full of bad 90s excess - including times where you have to turn the book sideways to read a page for no good reason other than the artist was too lazy to come up with a composition that works the right way up.
Lullabies From Hell - Good selection of creepy horror stories.
Fight for Tomorrow - Not as bad as I'd heard. Not as good as Brian Wood's better work.