I've spent the last few months catching up on DC comics after not reading comics of any kind for the last 6 years. My goal was to jump into the New 52. From trades and digital I read through most of Grant Morrison's Batman stuff, Final Crisis and Geoff Johns' Green Lantern from Rebirth through Blackest Night. It took me longer than expected to catch up but after about a year I've finally jumped into the New 52. I've began about 20 different titles through issue 2 or 3 digitally from the Batman Family, The Dark, Green Lantern and The Justice League. My question is should I keep reading each of my almost 20 titles by the month they are released or will I get more out of a series if I read a story arc all the way though. I worry that I might miss some cross over events like the Court of Owls if I follow a single single arc instead of month by month as I have been. With the first trades out and through digital I've been reading about 15-20 books a week and its awesome. But with juggling that many books at a time, I find it hard to stay invested in each individual story arc like Snyder's Batman and try not to mix it up with whats happening in Detective Comics. What is the optimal way to read when I'm trying to catch up? Should I just read all of Batgirl because thats what I'm most interested in and then move on to Animal Man, Demon Knights, Batman and so forth?
edit- dont bash me because its my first post, I lurk here and Giant Bomb quite a bit, listen to both podcasts like its my job and was a subscriber.