I love both of these books dearly but I'm going to have to give it to All-Star Superman. It stripped down to the essentials of Superman and, when it comes down to it, I like Superman more. Not to mention it was a more consistent story.
@saren: Beat me to the punch! I'd have to say All-Star Superman. Though it doesn't really seem fair comparing the two considering All-Star is a self-contained story and Batman RIP is part of a much larger story.
If DC had unleashed all the new titles I was expecting in the April Solicits (judging from all the cancellations, it looks like all the good stuff will be in the May Solicits), they might have taken it - but Image is killing it hardcore. So they've got my vote.
Colour me crazy but I'm really digging what DC is doing here. They seem to be stretching their legs and aren't afraid to jump out of a predetermined comfort zone.
Completely agree. Johns has been doing a pretty stellar job with Luthor in Forever Evil and I'm excited to see where this goes. In fact, I'll be even more excited if Luthor's turn here winds up being genuine and not simply a means to an end (some power play, for instance).