Admittedly, I'm sort of struggling to really get interested in new comics :C
I don't really find myself compelled to read much by Marvel lately. The only character I'm really interested in is Jubilee, because Vamp Jubes is awesome.
DC, in my opinion, pretty much shot themselves in the foot with the New 52 reboot. They canceled a lot of great series, like Secret Six, which was my absolute favorite series DC has ever published (close seconds being Gotham Central and the classic New Teen Titans run); and they replaced them with a bunch of series that have really just made me feel... meh.
Red Hood and the Outlaws and the New 52 Teen Titans series both do nothing for me. It doesn't help that I think Scott Lobdell, apart from being a sexist jerk, is a talentless hack who really needs to stop getting work. He is to comic book writing, what Rob Liefeld is to comic book art.
I'd be up for any good suggestions, though, if there's anything post New 52 that's actually still worth reading. I've been tempted to pick up Batwoman. Greg Rucka's got a pretty solid track record if you ask me, and I really do like the character of Batwoman. I was a little turned off from reading it last year when two of the people on the series quit after DC decided none of their heroes are allowed to get married; which, for the record, is a decision that I think will actually give you a brain tumor if you think about it too hard. I won't even get into their flimsy attempt to argue that the king and queen of Atlantis are somehow not married...
But at any rate, given my lack of other comic interests, yeah... definitely considering giving Batwoman a swing. I've also been considering Batgirl and Red Sonja. If you can't tell, I'm a gigantic fan of Gail Simone's work. She is, in my opinion, the single best comic writer working today. Oh, I have been also meaning to give her new Tomb Raider comic a read, since I loved the reboot game.