American Gods #1 (Dark Horse)
An adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel, which is soon to be debuted in another adaptation, for television. I haven't read the book in years, but I liked it quite a lot. Still, reading some of it in comics form makes me realize it really has been years, so I may have to reread it.
Batman #19 (DC)
Tom King sets up an epic clash between Bane and Batman. He continues to write sensationally.
Divinity III: Stalinverse #3 (Valiant)
Matt Kindt likewise continues to write sensationally.
The Amazing Spider-Man #25 (Marvel)
Dan Slott's epic run continues, this time with Norman Osborn. I actually picked this up because Stuart Immonen begins his run (he's done Peter Parker before in the pages of Ultimate Spider-Man) with the issue. Thankfully he retains his return to streamlined work previously seen in Empress and other recent work. Actually, the most notable thing about the issue is Slott introducing...the Superior Octopus. Which is really, really awesome.
Star Trek: Waypoint #4 (IDW)
The first Enterprise-focused comic ever! Phlox was featured in a doctors confab a few years ago, but this is the first time the fifth live action series has gotten its own comics adaptation. The writer somewhat flubs the opportunity, but still rightfully puts Porthos in the spotlight. It's always about Porthos!
Superman #19 (DC)
Action Comics #976 (DC)
Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason are their usual sensational selves in the first issue, while Dan Jurgens continues to struggle to adapt to modern storytelling in the second. But I like the "Reborn" concept and how Mxyzptlk was revealed to be behind the Clark Kent mystery, and how Jurgens gets to unique disparate continuities in the conclusion, which feels right regardless of my other qualms.
X-O Manowar #1 (Valiant)
Matt Kindt again, in this quasi-reboot of the franchise, completely nailing it. Might be viewed as the Dark Knight Returns/"Old Man Logan" for comics' most famous Visigoth.