I was looking at one of my comics a few days ago. It was one of the Final Crisis comics that reprints an older story. On the credits page it mentioned that it was printed on recycled paper. I wonder if that was to make it look like the cheap paper they used to print old comics.
Weekly Comics (spoilers, highlight below to see entry)
Adventure Comics #0
The story, about the Legion of Superheroes was really not all that good, but it was a nice contrast to the Origins and Omens section. Seeing the transition from the light, happy old comic to the dark, new comic was extremely interesting. The art contrast was also extreme, and made the book worthwhile.
Legion of Three Worlds #3
The main problems with this book are a) I have no idea who most of the characters are, and b), I cannot remember what happened in the first two books. In the comic, I was impressed by Superboy-Prime's power. I seriously doubt that any other characters, including Kryptonians, have ever burned through Superman's hand. The return of Bart Allen was highly predictable, though it did solve some problems. However, it raised more than it answered, including does he remember his death, is this the same Bart Allen that died, and how the Rogues react.
Bonus 10th post feature!
Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. This comic is a must have for fans of Batman's Rogues. And for people who don't like Batman's Rogues it is still a must have. For example: In one scene, two of the guards talk about who could beat Batman. One mentions Michael Jackson. Example 2: One of the chapters is also almost entirely in rhyme (thanks to the Demon)
I Can't Believe It's Not the Justice League: The facial expressions are so great, and the characters' conversations are so inane, that somehow, against all the odds, it is a great comic. I thought it was better than the first in the series, Formerly Known as the Justice League.
Rogue War: It makes sense even without reading any other Flash collections. It also contains two Rogue profiles, Mirror Master, and Heat Wave. There are epic battles, great illustrations, and a great conclusion for fans of the Flash, or of the Rogues.