Some of the recent books I've read:
Ultimate Spider-Man #7: I agree with Kip, a better artist is needed. I don't think the current one is bad, however, there has been a steep drop in quality from the first arc. That first artist was just that good. The books looked beautiful inside and out. Now, it's not the same. As for the story, I thought it was good. They are moving things forward. I am curious to see if Miles will be facing any new villains and how he will deal with old Spider-Man villains.
New Avengers #21 & #22: I liked the battle with Ragnarok quite a bit in #21, but #22 was largely more talk than fighting (which wasn't how it was advertised). I really liked the first Dark Avengers and this group has promise, but I don't think enough focus has been placed on them, fleshing them out more, giving them the personalities or quirks that Bendis did with the first group. The artwork for both issues remained pretty good.
Justice League #5 & #6: I think this first arc petered out after starting pretty strong. Darkseid was poorly used. For someone of his stature they did a horrible job of introducing him as well as explaining his motivation. These books, particularly, the sixth are mainly about the artwork and I think the sixth was a bit lacking, which surprised me considering Jim Lee's involvement. I also thought Batman's unmasking in the fifth book, for no freaking reason, in an effort to 'inspire' Hal Jordan, in the middle of a battle, was totally stupid and didn't fit with the character at all. The sixth book sought to give Wonder Woman and Cyborg, and Aquaman to a lesser extent, some shine, but it just felt the battle with Darkseid was too rushed. He shouldn't have been used. One thing I do give Geoff Johns credit for is his making Hal into a jerk and being mild in his treatment with Batman. In the past, he's seemed to make Batman a jerk, but in JL, he's putting his boy Hal in that role.
I, Vampire #6: I thought this series continues to surprise. The artwork fits the dark subject matter well. I didn't like the idea of taking the story to Gotham but so far I think the story hasn't jumped the shark.
Aquaman #6: A much needed story focusing on Mera, but outside of the character development, not a lot happened.
Voodoo #5 & #6: This twist at the end of the fifth book definitely was unexpected and can send the series into an entirely new direction. With the sixth book, the fallout of the twist is just starting to be felt. I thought the sixth book was okay, but I do feel that Voodoo, and the other Wildstorm characters haven't been integrated well into the DCU yet. I wish they had just kept them in the Wildstorm universe.
X-Men #25: I always like seeing Storm in command, but I'm not a big fan of this writer's vampire obssession. Also not feeling Jubilee as a vamp. I hope they finally get around to restoring her mutant powers.
Ray #3: I'm not feeling the big bad, though he didn't come off as ridiculous as his introduction in the first book. I continue to like the artwork. And I like the character. I'm curious to see what DC is going to do with him after the miniseries ends.
Teen Titans #6: I picked this up because it guest starred Static. I think they made better use of him than in his own series. I think he's found a home with the Titans. Didn't care for the artwork or the villain Grymm. He talked too much, was over powered, and poorly conceived in terms of appearance. Something about him just screamed 90's kewl.
Invincible #89: The introduction, of sorts, of the black Invincible. The artwork was well done but I wish more focus had been placed on the new Invincible. I have to wonder how Kirkman will use this move to talk about race or legacy characters in comics. And I wonder how serious the switch will be. I'm certain it's temporary but I hope Kirkman does right by the new Invincible.
Star Wars Dark Times #4: The artwork is just gorgeous. I didn't think this particular issue pushed the storyline forward enough, considering it's the penultimate issue in this arc, but I still enjoyed it.