Cinema Purgatorio #11 was the best issue in a while. All the stories did pretty well.
Moore and O'Neill's title strip is a strange musical recap of the Black Dahlia murder. Moore's musical comics have been hit-and-miss for me in the past, but he seems to like the approach, and this one works ok. There's a lot of research and references to real-world events packed into the lines here, and the idea of him taking on a real-life unsolved murder has obvious parallels with From Hell. O'Neill's artwork here is really impressive too, with some very detailed and crowded panels.
Code Pru is really good too, not least because it finally circles back around to the setup of the series that was provided by the original Code Pru #1 & #2 issues released by Avatar before this anthology even began (which I enjoyed when I read them earlier this year). It's also as funny as ever, with some great gags that occasionally take a bit of thinking about to work. Most of all though, I'm pleased to see some forward movement in the overall story of the strip, rather than it being largely separate standalone shorts. I'll be interested to see where things go from here.
Modded is probably my third favourite strip, and there's plenty more gamer-influenced fun here, with the usual silliness coming from the cast of absurd characters. This is one where the overall story doesn't really interest me that much, but the gags and the character interactions we get on an issue-to-issue basis are enjoyable. The Vast takes a bit of time to flesh out its characters here (although we still get some giant monster action), and A More Perfect Union plays up some interesting human elements of its story as it continues to mix fantasy and real-world US civil war history.
As far as I can tell, there's no official word yet as to whether this series will run past issue #12 (currently due for September), but I hope it does.