@Durakken: @SmashBrawler: I don't read JLD or I, Vampire, but I do read Frankenstein. I picked it up the trade because the art work seemed dark and gritter, yet still reminiscent of a superhero comic. After I read it, Frankenstein quickly became one of my favorite characters in the DCnU. All of the characters have distinctive voices and personalities which, at least to me, is very important in a comic. All of the characters serve a purpose and aren't just there for the sake of being there. At first I was really annoyed that OMAC made an appearance because DC has made a lot of unnecessary crossovers, just for the sake of crossovers. Later on, it turns out that the fight with OMAC actually comes up again and it introduced a new threat to S.H.A.D.E.. Another great thing about the book is that it's not about humans raging against him and calling him a monster, with the simple conclusion of "don't judge a book by it's cover;" it's about Frankenstein's internal conflict of thinking that he himself is a monster as he questions his own humanity. I truly think that, that's a pretty cool take on the original idea of Frankenstein.
I'm not arguing with you, I just wish you would give reasons other than "it sucks."