Image Comics, which is kind of amusing (especially to someone who's been collecting comics for 25 years) since Image used to be the publisher that valued style over substance. All the early books were rip-offs of other superhero books from the big two (Marvel and DC), hyper-stylized versions of the X-Men or Spiderman or Batman and so on. So it seems odd now that some of the most original and fantastic work ("Fatale," "Saga," "Bedlam," "Sex") is coming out on said publisher, bu that's the way it goes.
All of this brings us to the new series from Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta. "East of West" is a sci-fi, western, revenge tale set in a dystopian version of the United States involving the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Oh, and Death intends to hunt down the persons who have done him wrong, including the president. Count me in. The guys at my local comic store feel that Hickman is the smartest writer in comics these days, and those dudes generally know what they're talking about. I cannot recommend this book enough.
"The things that divide us are stronger than the things that unite us."