Excalibur fan here as well. I'd left most of that franchise alone for a long time but hoping to get into Captain Britain & MI:13 within the next week or two. I'd like to finish it before Secret Wars gets underway but not sure if that's going to happen. I probably have hundreds on comics I haven't gotten into yet (especially since grabbing several DC titles) so not sure how it'll go. Easier once I get current on the major Marvel titles leading up to 'Battle World' and the Secret Wars reboot. Then I'll start on some DC titles - we'll see. I plan on finishing the Death of Wolverine and Wolverines (to current) arc tonight at work. I think it's only around 20 issues so it gives me time to nap and/or listen to the conspiracy theory types call in to George Noory on Coast to Coast (Stupid I know, but it's also a guilty pleasure while working overnight). Past that probably the current Avengers titles and maybe going back to read some vintage stuff. I've finally finished digital archiving my old books and might read some early stuff - Doctor Fate maybe... Some thoughts on recent reads (or re-reads): Not crazy about Billy Batson & the Magic of Shazam. While I'm a fan of a modern-retro art style, I found what was in the books to be lacking. Covers and writing was okay for what they are. I wouldn't recommend buying them as an adult reader but they could be a good into to comics for a younger reader. Fortunately I have a younger reader so the series hopefully won't go to waste. Also not crazy about Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. I'd heard ok reviews for it but I wasn't blown away by it. I think there are better options for comedy (but maybe not as silly style comedy, I don't know) in comic books on the market. Squirrel Girl strikes me as one of those books that people say are funny just because someone told them it was funny. That being said, I'm sure it has it's dedicated fans and readers. I guess from the few reviews I'd read, I was expecting some sort of comedic brilliance and my expectations were too high. It was a page turner all right. Just because I couldn't wait to find the back cover and be done with the experience. The Miles Morales Spider-Man series is coming to and end with Secret Wars but it's been enjoyable (for the most part). I'd give it a low 'B' or 'C' - but still entertaining. I'd like to see the characters survive the Secret Wars merge.