I read Criminal: Coward and Criminal: Lawless by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips which together collect the first 10 issues of the comic Criminal. It is a really fabulous series. Very noir, more of a straightforward, less splashy Sin City. Very good, a 6.
I also read Fatale: Death Chases Me by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. This one was also noir but it also was a little...weird. Without giving anything away, I'd say there were some horror elements that I hadn't expected that sent the story off in a different direction. Fine but I don't think I'll continue. a 4.
I also caught up on American Vampire by reading volumes 4 and 5 by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque. We get a LOT of Skinner Sweet and learn about Dracula, who is like the worst of the worst and incredibly powerful. I liked volume 4 better than 5 I think and I've got 6 on the way to me at the library. a 5 for each.
I've found I REALLY enjoy comic series that have the same author/illustrator throughout. The stories often seem more coherent. You don't have to figure out which character is which when the artist changes.