Back in September of 2012 I discussed the first issue of a comic and how it got me all busy thinking. The comic was "Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt". It took the slightly-known character and dedicated a story to him about what would happen in a world where a hero wasn't really needed anymore and instead became something more like a celebrity.
I enjoyed the new version of the series "Animal Man" by Jeff Lemire for awhile, but grew tired of all that, "The Red," "The Green," and "The Rot," stuff. The more recent issues have had some of that in them but also have expanded the view of the series in interesting ways. After the unfortunate death of Buddy Baker's son, Cliff, Buddy has started getting more press attention and even though he is just trying to go out and fight crime, suddenly social media is talking all about him and the media is hounding him. It is an interesting take on how a super-hero who is public with his identity would be harassed by everyone (Brian Michael Bendis addressed this some in his famous "Daredevil" run when Matthew Murdock had his heroic identity outed).