Full November solicits are up. Aside from the already talked about: - A new Batman/Joker mini-series. Yawn. Story & Art by Marc Silvestri. Oh?! Hm. Intrigued. But I'll probably still hold off until any reviews tell me whether or not to get the eventual collected edition. - The New Golden Age, one-shot leading into the new JSA ongoing. Guess this is required reading. - Jaime Reyes version of Blue Beetle also gets a new six-issue mini-series. Since there are already the two new launches of JSA and Stargirl, plus a couple of one-shots like the above, I'll have to pass on this. - Wildstorm anniversary sees not just the Waller vs. Wildstorm miniseries mentioned by @The Realist above, but also a new WildCATs ongoing, an anniversary anthology one-shot (with some reprints from the hardcover anthology from the last celebrated anniversary), and a Grifter Holiday Special one-shot. The only Wildstorm books I read back in the day were Warren Ellis' Stormwatch and The Authority, so I'll probably pass on all of these. - Superman: Kal-El Returns Special, I guess they have to milk this for all it's worth. But I'm easy, it's a Superman book, it has Mark Waid and Marv Wolfman attached to it, it's a one-shot, so, yes, I'll definitely get this one. - John Stewart: Emerald Knight, one-shot following the previous Green Lantern series depicting Stewart's apotheosis. Yeah, I'll get that. - Dark Crisis continues with the main title, the Young Justice tie-in mini, the "Worlds Without A Justice League" one-shot (this time it's Batman's turn), and two further spin-off one-shots, The Dark Army and War Zone. - Three annuals, but they're all Bat-titles, so doesn't affect me/my wallet. - Nubia & the Justice League, one-shot featuring Nubia joining the JL. Is that before they all died at the beginning of Dark Crisis? Or afterwards, when they're all inevitably resurrected? Anyway, I got all the previous Nubia books, so might as well.