Damn good week for comics, I think. If you didn't buy these books, you're missing out. Here's a few of my thoughts...
Fables - Well, the Red-Riding-Hood-as-spy concept is even more obvious now than it was in the last issue, but is it maybe too obvious? Could there be another twist to things? I'm not sure; probably the complications in this arc will be provided in great number by King Cole and Prince Charming and there won't be any need to have Bigby be incorrect in his initial guess. This remains my favorite ongoing series, I think. And the cover this month is absolutely kickass.
NYX - Any doubts I had about Quesada being able to pull off believable dialogue and good pacing are gone. He's doing an excellent job, I think, and this title is moving up the list of my favorites. It still seems a bit like setup, though, and I'm not quite sure why. But then again, Marvel seems to be operating that way nowadays. Not that it's a bad thing, necessarily. And Middleton is still damn amazing.
Walking Dead - This is definitely Kirkman's best, most natural scripting to date. And the plotting seems dead-on. Really looking forward to seeing where things go from here - there's so much to explore. Tony's art is perfectly complimenting the writing here - all the characters are believable, individual, and wonderfully rendered. The endings could be a bit stronger, I think - there's an attempt of an ominous sentiment here, but I think it could have been a bit harder-hitting if the pacing was changed a bit, maybe.
Wanted - Definitely not "Watchmen for supervillains" - Millar was right to abandon that tagline. But very intriguing, and exectued with what looks like it'll be the most wonderfully sadistic Millar writing I've read yet and with the best art J.G. Jones has ever turned out.