Tonight, after reading the end of the big Green Lantern crossover story and giving the new creative teams on the three Green Lantern books one issue to wow me... I dropped all three of the Green Lantern books on my pull list.
Currently, the ONLY comics I'm reading are Justice League, Justice League of America, Batgirl and Knights Of The Dinner Table (which is 50% magazine and not about superheroes). Both JL books are on probation right now, so we'll see if I stick with them. Batgirl remains a fantastic read. Slowly but surely Gail Simone has eclipsed Geoff Johns in my estimation. I'm convinced she could write the phone book and make it compelling.
I think in general, my life has become busy enough that I just don't have time for entertainment that does anything less than wow me. That might sound like I'm insanely busy, but part of it is also just shifting my hobby focus. I'm playing more table-top games and video games and getting back into reading fantasy novels a bit more. So instead of focusing on fewer kinds of hobbies in which I take in varying degrees of quality entertainment(at least for my tastes), I'm broadening my geek interests a bit more and only giving my time to those things that really excite me.
Green Lantern will probably always be my absolute favorite superhero concept. But I think trade paperbacks will be the way I go for most of my comics reading from here on out, while still trying to keep my ear to the ground in the comics world a bit.
Which reminds me. Now that Wizard magazine is long dead, can anyone recommend a print magazine (must be print for my purposes) that covers what's happening in the comic book world?