syxxpakk wrote:I'll say, though, in comparison to the DC books I buy - it's probably at the lower end, just above the Superman & Action Comics (which are pretty much the worst). I think of Nightwing as a dumb-fun book, I guess. If you want some suggestions on quality DC books, you can't go wrong with any of the Lantern books, Wonder Woman, Swamp Thing, or Animal Man. The Flash used to be on that list, but with the change in creative team, that's up in the air.
I was enjoying Nightwing before Brett Booth joined the creative team and if it wasn't for him, I probably would have continued reading it. Although I give Nightwing a little more leeway than I give other titles. I agree with you about The Flash and the creative team change. I am very hesitant about the future of the title but I'll give it a chance. As far as the other titles are concerned, I still own the first 5-6 issues of Wonder Woman and I have considered picking it up in trade to catch up because I usually hear nothing but good things about it. I dropped both Swamp Thing and Animal Man after Rotworld from pretty much the same reasons you gave from dropping Nightwing. I have heard a little bit about the direction of both titles since but nothing has really stood out enough to pull me back in. Finally, I think I am going to take a sabbatical from all things "Lantern" for awhile. I have read the main Green Lantern title consistently since 2003 and I think it's a good time for a break.