For me so far:

Amazing Spider-Man: No.  There's some interesting ideas in here, but not enough to spare some of my limited budgets of comics money/reading time.

Guardians of the Galaxy:  Yes. Just interesting enough to give them a chance.    
                                   
The New Avengers: Yes. So far, they seem to be treating Squirrel Girl well.        
                                   
Spider-Gwen: Yes. So far, they've maintained the quality from the previous book.      
                             
The Uncanny Avengers:  Maybe. It's mildly interesting, but I really don't like Deadpool.      
                   
How about you?

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Jeff of Earth-J said:

Opinion has always been sharply divided on this board between pro- and anti-Starlin factions. I have always been "pro" but I may be the only one left!

I guess I'm mostly in the "pro" camp as well, with Dreadstar being an all-time favorite. But his more recent stuff hasn't quite knocked my socks off.

Dne Colt (my "skull brother") was a "pro" too.

I like Jim Starlin well enough but Alan Davis seals the deal!

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