Read half of The Last Days of Animal Man, which I picked up in fifty cent bins at HeroesCon. I'm enjoying it so far; I think it does capture the feeling of the Morrison run. The Brian Bolland covers would have been worth half a buck by themselves. Also started Sweet Tooth Vol. 1: Out Of The Deep Woods. It certainly is bleak, like most post-apocalyptic fiction. Everything in the first two issues is so strange that I have no idea what to expect next, which is actually a good thing.
Got my free copy of Neil Young's Greendale that I won from a contest on the Vertigo blog. Decided to split it up over two days, so I only read the first half today. Gorgeous artwork, but the storytelling is so slow: nothing but setup so far, really. And the Poe portion of the Richard Corben Haunt of Horror TPB I picked up at HeroesCon. Very freely adapted, but they're effective little horror tales in the EC tradition. You can see just how free the adaptations are, because the original Poe works (mostly poems, with a couple of short stories) follow the comics. Tomorrow I'll see how he does adapting H.P. Lovecraft.