Originally Posted by Jahn
LOL oh yeah Outsiders. C'mon, doesn't Outriders sound better? I have to admit, I got tempted to buy those Jim Lee batman books, but I think I'll just read my friend's copies (if he lets me take them out of the taped baggies)
Ellis seems to be either hit or miss with most people, I enjoy Planetary (the earlier parts more than the more recent), but not really Frequency. As far as hero books I follow the writers around except on a few books that I stay through writer switch overs (unless they're just horrid). Like Brubaker is taking over on Daredevil, so I'll start reading that. Though I'll still say that Darwyn Cooke's DC: New Frontier is perhaps one of the best super hero stories ever written.
Oh, you also might pick up Powers, I only buy it in trades rather than getting single issues, but it's basically about 2 detectives in a world of super heroes, and all of their detective work revolves around super hero crimes and such. Gotham Central is also very very good, basically it's Gotham City PD (Batman), and deals with their end of the stick in the world of Batman.