I’ve read most of this stuff and here’s my advice, based on my own taste and what I consider solid runs.
This is a mix of both what you have mentioned above and stuff I personally rate from the new 52 and Rebirth - I’ll try to categorise it for you;
*Justice League New 52 - it takes a while to get going, but hang in there. Once it does it’s great superhero comics. Really solid writing and art throughout. It also gets better and better as it goes on. It’s quite tense and many of the stories feel like they really matter - which is very hard to do in a team book. Johns on fire.
*Justice League Rebirth - I’ve found this gets repetitive very quickly after a bombastic start. Also the characterisation & dialogue feels very much off to me compared to the main titles I am reading with the same characters in them. I’d read the 52 issues by Johns then hold off for a while to see what happens on the Rebirth book.
*Aquaman New 52
Read the first 25 issues by Johns. It’s top stuff and the best Aquaman has been in years, if not the best I’ve read period.
Dan Abnett’s series has been really solid and the issues expertly blend into each other from one arc to another. Abnett’s experience as a top writer really shows here as he effortlessly build a rich tapestry out of smaller arcs, acheiving both an overriding theme but enough variety to keep it really fresh.
It’s an easy read and I like it more with each passing issue.
*Batman New 52 - Batman by Snyder is inconsistent. It ranges from average to very good though, it is never poor. But it never hits the highs of the first 10 issues again. The art is great, but the story tends to drag and sag a lot and none of the big storylines like the Joker or Year Zero arcs really match their potential or promise. The Mr Bloom storyline is a bit of a stinker, peppered with some good moments.
*Detective Comics New 52 - John Layman and Jason Fabok’s run, was criminally short, but really great fun. I’d recommend it above all. It reminded me of Batman comics I read as a kid and he introduced some cracking new characters.
*Batman Suggestion - do yourself a favour and go to the start of Grant Morrisons Batman run and just read all of it. From Batman, to Batman and Robin, to Batman Inc. Also pick up all of the Thomasi and Gleason issues of Batman and Robin which act as a companion peice to the GM run and is it times incredibly emotional.
*Batman Rebirth & Detective Comics Rebirth - both excellent. Detective Comics is a great way to follow a number of Batman characters in the one book.
*wonder Woman new 52 - a must read title (Azzarello run only). A unique take on WW that evokes the feel of Sandman and the Endless to me. Some of the best character designs in the last couple of decades from Chiang as well, which is an underrated aspect of this run.
*wonder woman rebirth - Again really solid comic from Rucka and Liam Sharp’s artwork is immense.
*Green Lantern New 52 - my suggestion is that you read Johns run from pre new 52, right thru to the new 52 issues he wrote then stop. It’s worthwhile picking up the pre new 52 GL corps series as well, starting with the Dave gibbons mini series and moving into the pete Thomasi long running series that he did (much of which is with Gleeson) right up until Thomasi drops off and new 52 begins.
I would avoid the rest of the new 52 lantern books and move right to
*green lantern rebirth - green lanterns by Sam humprhies is excellent when it gets going. It also showcases two minority characters in Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz but does so in totally natural way, so much so that it’s almost unnoticed compared to how contrived Marvel’s approach to doing the same thing has been. Geoff Johns introduced both of these characters very well and Humpries runs with it.
Vendetti’s Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps rebirth series is much better than his editorially ruined new 52 run and like detective comics, a great way to showcase your characters without having a million shitty books like Marvel do; you’ll find Jordan, Gardiner and Stewart here as well as other favourites
*Nightwing new 52 - was a bit of a mess after a good start I’d go straight to tim Seeley’s Nightwing Rebirth series which has gone from strength to strength, particularly since the return to Bludhaven. It’s brilliant.
*Superman and Action Comics Rebirth - the new 52 stuff is really fragmented, to be honest I wouldn’t bother with it. Just read the Last days of superman issues of the new 52, then the Lois and Clark mini by Jurgens and move straight to Jurgens Action Comics Rebirth and Thomasi & Gleeson Superman Rebirth, both of which are the best ongoing superman books I’ve read. (I count all star superman as a mini series)
*Teen Titans - avoid the new 52 Titans, it’s garbage. As is the Ben Percy Rebirth series. Read Geoff Johns Teen Titans run from pre new 52 and move straight to Dan Abnett’s Rebirth book, via Teen Titans Hunt. There’s always the Marv Wolfman run of you want to go further back.
*Blue Beetle I would not touch with a barge pole anything that’s been done in the last decade or so. Same with Captain Atom. Bargirl isn’t my bag. The bat woman series written by Rucka was good but is unfinished, although the Rebirth series is off to a good start and it helps if you have read the Rucka run going into it.
Make sure you pick up Dial H from the new 52