This sounds fun!
I'd love to see a few things:
1. Justice League to find a level of consistency, of "readability," that Marvel has found with its team books. I never thought it would be this difficult for this book to get momentum with a relaunch. I don't need this book to be great, though I would like it to be. But there's never a reason for this franchise to be less than average -- and far too often, it slips below that bar.
2. A status quo for Cyclops that makes sense and respects his history: I get what Marvel was trying to do, and I don't disagree with it, in theory. Characters do need to move forward. But Cyclops isn't a villain who should be on the run like a common criminal. Again, I understand what Marvel was trying to do. But Cyclops isn't a villain, and in 2013 I'd like to see the character gain some measure of freedom to operate as what he is and has always been, a heroic figure.
3. It would be nice to go one calendar year without the Hulk turning on his teammates in a fight in the Avengers. Man, would that ever be nice. Because it's amazing to me how some things change in comics, where Cyclops can kill Professor Xavier, but some things never change, and that's the Hulk always attacking people who think he's on their team.
4. I don't mind Keith Giffen coming in with the intention of shaking up the Legion of Super-Heroes. As a matter of fact, it'll be nice to see the book be aggressive. Once upon a time, it took risks and was great. I have no doubt that it can, and will, be again.
5. It won't happen, but it'd be nice if we got a year of Batman Family stories where they didn't crossover. I think as highly of Scott Snyder as anyone, but his best work was on Detective, not Batman, IMO. Why? Because he kept that book on its own.
*Sniff, sniff* "Damn it, Diana...If I'd known they would trade us in for a JT Krul-written Captain Atom and "The Savage Hawkman," I'd have let Superboy-Prime destroy all reality.""Superman flies and is really strong...what the fuck else do you need to know?!"
-- Hitler, expressing his displeasure about DC rebooting and complaints about continuity