Agree with Bronson re the newest Jonah Hex title, "All Star Western". OK, DC, you've got arguably the most famous modern western comic book character, you've got a modestly successful critically-acclaimed reboot of the JH title for the 21st century crowd...
...And you screw that up by ditching the new Jonah Hex title and moving the west's greatest comic book bounty hunter to Gotham City so he can play at being a 19th century Batman.
I put up with this "fish out of water" business for the first year, but when it became clear they weren't going to actually live up to that All Star WESTERN title I gave up on it. Came back a couple issues later for the Vandal Savage appearance. Stuck around for the brief foray westward -- albeit with spandex boy Booster Gold.
And then it turned to complete shit by bouncing Jonah into modern day Gotham.
Goodbye All Star Western. Call me when you decide to head back west -- and I mean the 19th century west.
(You'd think these clowns would have learned from the 1980s situation where they cancelled the Jonah Hex title and sent Jonah into a Road Warrior-type future setting. That lasted 18 issues. If it weren't for the Gotham/Batman tie-in the current turkey wouldn't have made it that far...)