Warhammer 40K: Will of Iron 1 (Titan) - I've just subscribed to the WH40K part works novels so I'm on a Warhammer kick at the moment. I've read the previous series' that Boom! did some years ago and I would say that even after just one issue, this is much more in the same tone as the novels. Grim, thoughtful characters and a massive wealth of world building backstory to pick from. Good stuff.
Seven to Eternity 2 (Image) - After 2 issues I'm out. Even the Opena art can't save this from being a run of the mil sci fi tale that feels uninspired and unoriginal. It's not awful by any means but why should I spend my money on something that's just ok?
Dishonored 1 (Titan) - I've no idea if this is tied to the video game, which I tried ages ago and hated, but I gave it chance based on the fact it's written by Gordon Rennie. The lead is a spymaster and he's looking for a new apprentice whilst around him the criminal underworld is rising up. It's fairly standard stuff but the art is nice and I'll give it one more issue at least.
Skybourne 2 (Boom!) - Frank Cho gives us more details about the immortals and adds to the mystery of who would want to kill them. Better than than the first issue and I think I'll commit to the rest of the mini.
Surgeon X 1 (Image) - There's a lot to like in this tale of a world where antibiotics are now being rationed as immunity to them has grown out of control. Characters are established well and the art is pretty good but sometimes I felt that the writer was trying too hard and things came across a little forced.
The Fourth Planet 1 (Chapter House Comics) - If you like East of West then you'll probably like this as the setting and themes are quite similar. The art is perhaps a bit too scratchy and rough at times but there is enough intrigue to warrant further reading.