Wonder Woman has been freaking great since it launched. Aquaman has been fantastic as well. Reis just left but Pelletier is going to replace him on it. Personally, I've been really enjoying Justice League. The latest Batwoman arc has been really strong as well.
I've honestly yet to pick up a New 52 book that I didn't like. My absolute favorites, though, are probably: Batman, Batman & Robin, Green Lantern - New Guardians, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Action Comics, Justice League, and Demon Knights.
Agree with all.....some of my favorites are deffinitelyyyy swamp thing number one.... Read it....it's amazing....then, dial h, batman(loving death of the family), animal man, talon, and suicide squad. All books I'm really into, but also reading a ton of other new 52 titles. Really, there hasn't been a book I haven't at least enjoyed of the new 52 yet.
As for ordering online, midtown comics is usually really bad with back issues, I love the store, and it's my go to every Wednesday for new books, plus great great discounts, but the stock on back issues is really tough. They don't usually have the stock on the books I'm looking for. The best option for me on back issues, at least for availability purposes is usually eBay. U might hafta spend 1 or 2 dollars extra, but if you order a bunch through 1 dealer, u won't be spending much more than you have to.
Dial H #6 was my favorite Nu52 book yet. By far.
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If you really like I, Vampire then I would recommend Animal Man, Swamp Thing and Dial H from DC. Outside of DC, I would recommend Locke & Key from IDW and the Hellboy Universe and The Goon from Dark Horse. Also, pretty much anything Steve Niles writes from various publishers.
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