I'm cool with Fatale. Most of Bru/Phillips' characters in Criminal were complete pieces of shit, so Jo being a piece of shit doesn't really bother me. And the book is revealing JUST enough of the back story every issue to keep me coming back. I agree, though, that we're 12 issues in and the premise should be apparent already.
I dropped Batman after today's issue. It's just been a year and a half of well-written, gorgeously drawn meandering.
I dropped All-New X-Men after issue 6. I just got fucking bored of the "____ meets the original X-Men. They interact, Both parties agree or disagree and then go their own way." I'm going to miss that Immonen art, though.
I'm on the fence with Superior Spider-man. I split the book with a friend (real copy for him, digital code for me); if I were paying full price, I definitely would have dropped it by now. It's not that I think the book is shit, it's just that I don't care about Otto Octavius at all. And this is coming from someone who--until reading Big Time--despised Peter Parker.
I'm also on the fence with Uncanny Avengers. It's been a real snoozefest so far full of characters I don't care about. Also, the whole "Describing what's going on in an unimportant bystander's life moments before they die" motif has been done before. I stick around because I know deep down that Remender is better than this.