Well, since it turns out a good number of us do read comics, I thought maybe I'd start this off. Read an great comics lately? I've been catching up on both new and old Suicide Squads lately. The latter I follow because I really do like the pair-up between Deadshot and resident murder clown Harley Quinn. Lately, though, the "New Suicide Squad" has been featuring some terrible art, and I can't justify dropping much more money on it. I like the new team dynamic, though. Harley beating the crap out of Joker's Daughter so she can get over her Joker obsession (and because she's a psychiatrist) was the highlight. I feel like I would have enjoyed the "injured Deadshot" storyline a lot more if the art wasn't so awful. Also, catching up on James Robinson's Starman, which I inexplicably stopped reading for a few years. (I think I was on a shoestring budget at the time. Not that I have that much more money now.) Love it. And strangely, I can especially relate now that I 've done a bit of clowning. I tend to work with people who are, say, 20 years my senior. Jack Knight, hero of Starman, finds himself thrust into the hero role and loving it. But Jack's also a bit of a hipster, and his heroes are the new breed like Batman. He worships guys like the Alan Scott Green Lantern, the Wesley Dodds Sandman, and his dad, the original Starman. It's a book about talking with and understanding people from an older generation and showing them love and respect, which weirdly parallels my own walk in life. There isn't much action, but that's sort of the point. The highlights happen when Jack finally connects with heroes and villains of days past.