Unfair! Both were so good. Under the Red Hood eliminated a lot of the unnecessary bits of Under the Hood, and condensed it in a more timeless, easy to understand package. But Phantasm had a great original story, AND was strong enough to be released in THEATERS, not just straight to home video.
I think this was an instance where Tony missed the mark. Frankly, Wonder Woman has NO good villains. Ok, there's Ares (or sometimes Hades?) Cheetah is ok, her New52 version is a LITTLE more threatening than her pre-Flashpoint version, but she's essentially just a were-cat. The First Born is cool, but his arc is still ongoing, and he might be a hard sell to mainstream audiences. Aside from that just about every enemy she has (that I can think of) is either lame, or not exclusive to her.
It's like that clip from the Venture Bros. (around the 1:05 mark).
I actually LIKED Phantom Stranger, but I am HAPPY his story is ending. After Forever Evil tie ins started it felt like his story didn't have anywhere to go. Pandora even MORE so. I didn't really care for her book, but she didn't really have any big impact on Trinity War, and that was supposed to be her BIG THING it seemed.
As for Worlds' Finest, I always liked the CONCEPT more than the WRITING.
Yes I'll miss it, but I'm STILL happy to have Peter back. I didn't care for early issues, but SpOck really came into his own and the writing (except for some filler-y bits, and VERY rushed plot in the last 2 or 3 issues) really picked up where it was the ONE Marvel book I was reading regularly.