I'm most surprised that DC didn't at least wait until these books went to trades to make this cut. I know a lot of fans couldn't keep up with the glut of books out there, but there were titles a lot of people said they'd wait until the trade to check out. I've been lobbying hard for 'I, Vampire' and a lot of people I talk to about that book say that's what they were planning. Needless to say, I'm relieved that book survived the culling.
I'm sad that the only two books starring solo African Americans were among the first to go. Mister Terrific wasn't very good unfortunately. I enjoyed the first couple of issues of Static, but it was one I had to drop just due to the sheer volume of stuff I have to read in order to review. I probably would have picked up the trade on that one though. O.M.A.C. seemed to have the deck stacked against it from the beginning. It seemed like no one was interested in it. I read the first couple of issues and they were okay. Better than I thought they'd be, at least. But again, I have to read so much, I don't have time for just okay.
The two military books were just boring. Not sad to see them go, but I doubt GI Combat is going to do any better than these two did!
The description for Dial H is that different people will gain powers, so it sounds almost like an anthology without one main character, which I don't think will work. I'll definitely try the first issue out, though.
I am excited about Earth 2 and World's Finest!
Teen Titans is awful! It doesn't deserve a spin-off, but Ian Churchill will be a perfect fit since everything Titans reeks of the 90s and his style suits that. Let me get out my 3rd Eye Blind cds and rock out while I read this. Kidding, I'm not going to read this. (Unless my editor makes me, in which case I may in fact listen to 3rd Eye Blind while reading it.)
I don't really have room in my life for Batman Inc and besides, Scott the other reviewer for the site, is all over the Bat books, so I'm sure he'll want that one anyway.