M.A.S.k #1 (IDW $3.99)
Spinning out of IDW's Revolution miniseries, the 80's hit is back! It was interesting to see the origin of the group and Matt Tracker as an unsure young man trying to learn the ropes and lead the team.
Batman Annual #1 (DC Comics $3.99)
I was surprised that this was a holiday issue, I was more surprised that it was a holiday issue that was in continuity and planted the seeds for future storylines.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #9 (Boom! $3.99)
This comic continues to surprise with its plot and intensity. There's a very interesting twist/reveal at the end that long time fans will enjoy. Another great issue.
Super Powers #1 (DC Comics $2.99)
All-Ages fun from Art and Franco. Surprisingly continuity heavy as this book actually ties into both Tiny Titans and Superman Family Adventures, but a fun book for any young fan of Batman, Superman and company.
Star Wars Annual #2 (Marvel 4.99)
Stand alone adventure that sees a very injured Princess Leia relying on the help of someone who doesn't believe in the cause of the rebellion. So far Star Wars annuals have been used as platforms to introduce new characters who play bigger roles in the ongoing series, this will probably be no different.
Inhumans Vs. X-Men #0 (Marvel $3.99)
Setting up the next big Marvel crossover. Lots of exposition but it's needed if you're like me and haven't really been following the Xmen or Inhumans. If your interested in the upcoming ResurrXion this is the book that starts towards that event.