Sandman by Gaiman and JH Williams
Multiversity by Grant Morrison
Superman: Man of Steel by Snyder and Lee
Trinity War by Geoff Johns
Oddly enough, I loved Levitz's All-Star Comics from the '70s. I don't know what happened but I haven't really liked much from him since.
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I'll say the trinity war because I would've said Superman with Snyder and Lee but I've never been a big fan of Superman, not that I dislike the character just he isn't one of my favourites either. Whereas I have higher expectations for Trinity War.
Superman first, and then Trinity War. Slightly hesitant about it, but hoping for the best.
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I actually am looking forward to Vibe. Oh sorry JLA's Vibe. I hopes it's good.
i voted for trinity war because we barely have any details about it, but the few that we've been given sound interesting. it'll also be my first big dc event that i've been into comics for, so that aspect is exciting too. with multiversity i have some sort of an idea of what to expect; morrsion has written some of my favourite stories, so i know i'll love it.
i'm not really anticipating the other two at all. with man of steel i'm not sure if snyder's style will fit with what i love about superman. with sandman i've never read the other books, so i have no reason to get it. that said, i'll likely try the first issue of each of these to see how i like them.
Of those given, Trinity War is one I'm most looking forward to due to. Like the little clues we gotten so want to see how it all comes together. Then Man of Steel and Sandman. Always enjoy Superman and Sandman was really so good years ago I couldn't not check it out. Multiversity is the loser to me. Just not that interested in something that is meant to really be nothing more than a vanity project for someone who doesn't want to stick to one universe.
Definitely Multiversity, maybe Sandman vol. 0, and ^%&-all else.
I voted multiversity just because it seems to be something Morrison has really put a lot of effort - and himself - into, and because I suspect it's just a bit more in my wheelhouse in terms of cosmic stuff.
While I'm extremely excited about Sandman, I'm not without a bit of trepidation. Gaiman does his best work long form, first of all. For another, the return to a property is always fraught with a little bit of peril. I appreciate that Morrison is doing something 'new', where as Gaiman is filling in some holes.
But those are probably my top two anticipated books of the new year, bar none.
I'm hoping Man of Steel is good, and I fully expect to be completely underwhelmed and uninterested in Trinity War.
In terms of other developments I'm excited for;
I'm excited for Giffen on Legion of Super-Heroes.
I'm excited for Giffen on Threshold.
I'm excited for Soule on Swamp Thing.
I'm excited for Diggle on Action
I'm excited for something new from Azzarello (speculation on my part)
I'm excited for more from Matt Kindt and Ray Fawkes (seems assured) and Joshua Hale Fialkov (hopeful).