Here we go again. Another round of books you might want to try out, except I've done it for you first, and maybe these short reviews can help orient you towards the ones most relevant to your interests and gauge for quality.
Recommended? Well, they certainly assembled a stellar team for a title I initially had no intention of reading, and that's made the difference. Angela is off to a good start. It's funny and epic in scope, and the initial confusion is mine for not reading any of her other Marvel appearances and should evaporate in due course.
Recommended? The discerning mature reader should put this on his or her pull list right away.
Recommended? If DC MUST church out more Batman books, I'm glad the new editorial stewardship has at least opted to put out books with different feels and even genres like this. It's got potential.
Recommended? Don't expect a clone of Afterlife with Archie, but rather something that taps into a more ancient breed of horror. Worthy in its own right.
Recommended? If you were a fan of the original, you could get that old feeling back if not the book you liked. If coming fresh to it, you won't be comparing.
Recommended? Does "Shaft Year One" interest you? Then this book's for you. I still think Dynamite would have fare better if it had published this as a companion to an "older Shaft" title.
Recommended? Reminded me of the comedy in the all-ages Marvel Adventures line, which is a good thing.
Seven books, all of them with strong qualities. All depends on what you're interested in. So what are you going to get?