This isn't everything I bought, nor is it even everything I read, but it is everything I was able to write about within my own self-imposed time limit.
Pick of the Week
Super Sons #3 - I love these kids. The series is only on issue three. If you like the current Superman title, give this a try. And Superman, by the way, is great, if you weren't already aware.
Superman #21 - Weird things are happening in this small town and I'm very intrigued. Batman is missing (after investigating said weirdness last issue) and --his son-- Garth teams with Superman and Jon to find him. And that's when the giant alien squid-thing attacks a fair. Things get surprisingly heavy for a moment and I'm left wondering how no one realizes Jon is superboy. Clark/Superman in a city is mildly believable. Jon/Superboy in a tiny town is really not.
Aliens: Dead Orbit #1 - If you like Aliens, you should get this book. Stokoe is a perfect fit for the technological and organic details of Giger's now classic designs. I'm going to stop writing now so you finish reading this sooner and can go buy the book. On sale Wednesday! P.S. The writing is great too.
Cave Carson #7 - I didn't know Oeming drawing Superman was something I wanted. All the violence, swearing, and trippy visuals of the previous six issues, only now with Superman.
Descender #21 - Another character gets thrown out of a hatch! I can't be sure if they're dead or not. It looks like it, but I expect confirmation one way or the other next issue... which starts Rise of the Robots! I don't know what that entails (I've got a decent idea), but I expect great things as every issue is fantastic. This series continues to be highly recommended.
God Country #4 - When this concludes with issue six, I may demand another series. I'll wait to see how everything shakes out, but it seems like there's enough material to keep going. Anyway, a man walks into hell to save his granddaughter and is confronted by something he wants even more. From there, it's all consequences of one's actions.
Moon Knight #13 - Moon Knight's long, strange journey is almost over. It's been a brilliant series and I'll miss it once it's over. No, I will not mention anything that happens this issue.
Sex Criminals #18 - Some real heavy, deep discussions this issue, and it's all brilliant. Then the book ends with a dick in the ear. There's also a page with 64 panels on it, which is a sight to behold.
Shaolin Cowboy #1 - I saw at C2E2 over the weekend and had the pleasure of explaining to a friend the chainsaw bo staff used in an earlier series as we stood at Geoff Darrow's table. The skull, the sword, the shark, the whole bit. That issue happens to be my first exposure to Shaolin Cowboy, before I went back to get the previous issues. I will now read any new material for as long as Darrow produces it. No, I once again will not discuss what happens this issue.
Batwoman #2 - Boatloads of backstory and a good half dozen characters are introduced. It's good, and interesting, and I get the feeling some of these characters will be in it for the medium- to long-haul while a few are all but certain to die before the end of the arc.
'Namwolf #1 - A werewolf taking part in the Vietnam war. That either sets your curiosity on fire, or I don't think we can be friends. Get it. It goes on sale tomorrow.
Trinity #8 - I expected this to continue the Dark Trinity (not the one currently in Red Hood & The Outlaws) story that started last issue. Instead we get an entire issue of Batman, Wonder Woman, and superman talking about Superman Reborn, --Dr-- Mr. Oz, and what it all means. It's an easily skippable book.
Wild Storm #3 - I had to read the first few pages a couple times to get what was going on. I wasn't paying close enough attention the first time through, went back, thought I knew what was going on, and then read it again just to be sure. Anyway, after that bit of character introduction, a pretty awesome firefight breaks out just after Grifter's team meet Angela. Granted, it's been a long time since I've read anything with Grifter in it, but he seems more awesome more than I ever remember him being. Maybe that's Ellis' doing. I like it.
World Reader #1 - The "story" is more of an introduction to the premise - aliens existed in the universe, but every planet we find with evidence of life is now dead. However, the art is beautiful, there's nice character development, and the final pages interesting enough to get me to come back. I'll see where this goes.