Even though issues 1 and 2 didn't overly impress me, I was planning on sticking with Flash: Rebirth out of faith that Geoff Johns would ultimately give me a good story. But issue three today convinced me that...yeah, I'm just not digging this book.

At the same time, Wonder Woman and Runaways remain on the verge for me, dependent on a new storyline and a new creative team, respectively.

I guess, given that I have something like three or four titles I want to find a space for, this could be worse news, but I'm disappointed that I'm not enjoying all these titles more.

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I decided today that, while the first issue interested me, I'll probably either wait for the trade for The Dollhouse Family, or a Comixology sale, or it'll slip my mind altogether. It's a fine comic, totally on-brand for Vertigo (even though it's Black Label) -- but there's so much great stuff out there, and something's gotta give.

Years ago my friend and LCS owner failed to order one of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen books because Diamond had it abbreviated LXG.

I dropped Dr. Strange last week after only two issues.

I dropped Iron Man 2020 after only one.

I have become quite ruthless.

I think Justice League Dark will be going for me. It just feels like it's been spinning its wheels. (And from what I've seen of it, Tynion's run on Batman is pretty much exactly what I don't want to read in Batman books. I'm much more likely to retroactively jump onto Tomasi's Detective Comics run.)

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