A lot of us read Garth Ennis' superb take on The Punisher. IMO he nailed the character and none can surpass his take on Castle. His next big series was The Boys and a lot of us like that one too, where the author showed us how much he hated superheroes.
And now he's got Jimmy's Bastards. I'm not sure if this will be a long-running series or not, but imagine Ennis taking the piss out of James Bond. Imagine an arrogant bastards super spy slinging dick every which way around the world for a decade or more, not caring where his jizz landed; he loves them and leaves them. And now the results of a lifetime like that are catching up to Jimmy Regent.
I loved the first issue. There are 7 total that I know of, and one TPB out there. Amazon link
I finished a 4 part mini series that starts this off, centered around the bloody button from Watchmen and the writing and art have been really solid, better than I've seen out of Marvel in a long time.
The Superman stuff was ok
The Batman stuff was great. I was happy I read it.
The Justice League books were abysmal. There were decent plot points but the writing was absolute trash. So much so that I think the writer was handed an outline or a list of plot points and filled in the rest.
I haven't finished Doomsday Clock 1 yet but DAMN I love it. Geoff Johns and Gary Frank both are on point. Sadly, it's only on issue 5 of 12 and they went bi-monthly on it recently.
It makes sense.
I recommend the series. Don't know yet if the intro books were needed or not but like I said the Batman stoery A Lonely Place For Living, was good.
I'm also thinking of tackling Batman White Knight and Dark Knights: Metal, having heard good things about both.
The guy who did the Apu documentary got a Netflix special. That's what he was really doing, using a bullshit controversy to further his career. All he had to do is cry "That's racist!" and the liberal media would be scrambling to talk to him.
And even if he gets the simpsons to retire apu, there's like over 20 years of simpsons reruns that are aired all the time. Apu will never really go away.