1. Renee Montoya
I enjoyed reading Denny O'Neil writing Vic Sage as the Question, but Renne taking over the mantle was an upgrade. I think that DC needs to bring Renee back, place her somewhere other than in Gotham, and give her her own comic.
2. Stephanie Brown
I would love to see Bryan Q Miller writing a Stephanie Brown as Spoiler comic, but there is no way that it would sell as well as when she was Batgirl. A book where she is working with Cassie Cain as part of Batman Inc might be more viable. It would provide a nice contrast of characters. I know that I would pick it up.
3. Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD
Marvel, please stop rewriting what SHIELD is, how it was created, who really runs it, etc. Just give us a good coimic where Nick Fury runs a badass spy agency. No other company writes espionage comics as well as Marvel (Venom, Captain America/Winter Soldier, Secret Avengers) does right now, so why not put Nick Fury back where he belongs?
4. Freedom Fighters
The Freedom Fighters comic from last year was doomed. Creating the team in the DCU where the Justice League, JSA, and Teen Ttians are already functioning makes them repetative and boring. Placing them in the Multiverse, on an Earth where the Axis powers won WWII makes them different and exciting.
Morrison did reference "Nazi Earth" in regards to his multiverse project. I hope that it contains the Freedom Fighters. I hate Morrison, but I will be buying the series. If he is the herald of the Multiverse, then I need to support it.
The Invaders were one of my favorite comics in my youth. I would love to see the Invaders in the proper setting of WWII again, not something along the lines of Invaders Now. Placing them in the modern age just makes them a second rate Avengers comic. Brubaker has featured them enough in the WWII setting that there should be a lot of interest in the comic.
6. Batman and the Outsiders
The last Outsiders run started strong under Chuck Dixon and then hit a wall. How about bringing back the Outsdiers as they were originally intended, as a strike force under Batman's control? Morrison has already touched on this in Batman Inc, so most people would buy into the idea.
I have doubts about the long-term viability of Voodoo and Grifter as solo comics. Why not, when the Daemonite menace is exposed, combine these two characters, plus others, into a WildCATs team book? Stormwatch could form the group and task them with combatting the Daemonites.
Bill Mantlo did a great job in the late 70s/early 80s with the Micronauts. In a perfect world, despite the licensing issue with the characters, IDW whould start publishing a comic similar to Bill Mantlo's run, but far, far different from whatever Marvel has been trying to do with some of the characters over the past few years.
9. Secret Six
I am not sure why DC felt the need to cancel this comic pre-relaunch. It seems like it should have survived the transition to the relaunch. It would have fit nicely The Edge group of comics. Gail Simone would obviously need to be writing it again. She would have to do without Deadshot though. I am enjoying his role in Suicide Squad.
10. National Comics: Looker
This read like a first issue of an ongoing instead of a oneshot. I love the supporting characters and would like to read more about them. I miss Looker's powers, but vamp-Looker kept me entertained. Unfortunately I, Vampire is not selling well enough for DC to take a chance on a second vampire ongoing.