Anyway, so I'm posting short reviews of the issues I read. I'm also dividing them into three categories of interested-in-reading-on-ness.
Definitely going to buy the trade paperback
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 by Ryan North and Erica Henderson (Marvel)
Bitch Planet #1 by by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro (Image)
Considering Reading On
Wayward #1 by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings (Image)
Trees #1 by Warren Ellis and Jason Howard (Image)
Batgirl #1 (New 52) by Gail Simone, Ardian Syaf, Vicente Cifuentes (DC)
Promising and whether I keep reading will come down to laziness (or lack thereof). I know they've just rebooted this character too with a new costume (better, though the old one's not that bad) so I'm a bit torn as to whether I'd want to keep reading this version or start with the new one. That said, they did a pretty good job of dealing with the fact that the character spent three years in a wheelchair. Insofar as you can ever magically cure a disabled character well, this could have gone a lot worse. She remembers and acknowledges her time in a wheelchair (and gets rightfully annoyed at her new house mate for suggesting that being in a wheelchair is the worst thing ever) and also suffers from PTSD from the incident which caused her injury, another nice touch. Having written all that, I am definitely interested in continuing this story.
Shutter #1 by Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca (Image)
Not Interested in Continuing
Alex + Ada #1 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn (Image) — Not the worst thing ever but not for me. Dude whose grandmother gives him a female robot for companionship. Eh.
Roche Limit #1 by Michael Moreci and Vic Malhotra (Image) — Too much man pain (even though turns out one of the main characters is female) and baffling physics. Might have potential, but I'm not going to bother to keep reading.
Planetary #1 by Warren Ellis and John Cassaday (DC) — I feel less strongly against this one than the two above. I didn't actively dislike it, but I didn't feel it brought anything particularly new or exciting to the table, so I'm not interested in pursuing it.