I wrote this in December of last year:
I like that the Daemonites are in more than just the Wildstorm-remnant books. With the solicits for Superman and Voodoo and Grifter intersecting with other DC characters, the impact of the Daemonites is spreading into the meat of the DCU. It seems like they're developing as a major force and I'm liking that it seems to be happening naturally, enough so that they're important in other books, but not so big that it's forced or unbearable. One thing I hope though is that when the Daemonites fail at their invasion, they don't disappear. I want them to remain as a recurring enemy. Not for the entire DCU, but they should still be around.
Looks like the Daemonite story that's been building since then might turn out to be everything I had hoped, and maybe more. The Superman Annual connected the Daemonites to a few other books/characters, dropped the background for Helspont's plan, established him as the realest alien around, and left Superman realizing exactly how small he is and how big the Daemonite threat is. I'm so excited. Still haven't seen a single Kheran (obviously I'm hoping they swoop in as saviors with Majestic leading the charge), save Zealot, but I'm loving how everything is turning out. And while I'm definitely excited about Wildstorm characters/ideas being treated well and given significance, I'm also just excited about the story itself. I like the idea that there has been a Daemonite presence in multiple books and it's leading to something big, but it was kind of just happening. Maybe this will change when this battle kicks into high gear, but for now it's just part of the universe, not an event or anything. I like it. Actually, it's exactly what I had in mind for Stormwatch but I didn't even realize it was already happening.
And just because I really liked it...