Still going through a backlog of new titles that have come out since September, looking now at various releases from Boom! and IDW, though a couple other books have wormed themselves into the list.
Recommended? I've been a fan of Morrison's work since the old days, but some of his more recent one-off projects have left me cold. Annihilator is a return to form that should please the discerning reader.
Recommended? Not for everyone, presumably, but if you have an open mind about the art, it could prove an interesting and quirky project.
Recommended? Fans of the classic film should definitely check it out. Others won't find the experience unpleasant.
Recommended? Yes, ignore the Fablewood connection. I'd even like to see follow-ups that take place in other realms.
Recommended? Felt a little cluttered for my tastes - with a LOT of dialog layered on as well - but if you like genre mash-ups, Sirens has something to offer in a relatively-brief 6-issues-and-done.
Recommended? It may be somewhat derivative, but it has its own voice, and Jess is certainly a character I'd care to read about regularly.
Recommended? I don't know that Abnett and Culbard have found a perfect fantersection (can I coin a word? I just did), but the animals are simply people (as in Maus, not that I'm drawing a comparison), an art choice. So if you'd like to read an Edwardian village under siege story, it shouldn't matter what the character designs look like.
When next we speak of this... Some of December's new releases!