My main objective as the new editor-in-chief of DC Comics is to streamline the line. No more difficult continuity. Accessible and fun. DC's characters are iconic and their titles should reflect this. Since it's my first day on the job, I'm going to focus on the five most important titles.

1. SUPERMAN by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely

This was the easy one as Morrison and Quitely are already doing my favorite Superman work ever in All-Star Superman. Clark. Lois. Jimmy. Perry. Luthor. Brainiac. Bizarro. Kryptonite. Phone Booths. Krypto. Fortress of Solitude. Kandor. Supergirl. Daily Planet.

Use it all.

BATMAN by Ty Templeton and Paul Pope

Take the classic sensibilities of Templeton (late of the various Batman Adventures titles) and combine it with the electric line work of indie sweetheart Paul Pope and you've got the most exciting Batman title of the last decade. Like the Superman title, it's time to focus on the iconic. Batman. Robin. Alfred. Commissioner Gordon. Bat-signal. Batmobile. Batcave. Riddler. Joker. Catwoman. Penguin. Two Face. Man Bat. Poison Ivy. Utility Belts. Bat-a-rangs. It's time to get the organized crime out of Gotham and focus on the Rogues Gallery.

3. WONDER WOMAN by Allan Heinberg and Terry Dodson

I'm a big believer in the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" philosophy. Heinberg and Dodson's far too brief run on the title was the first time ever that I liked the character, in no small part because Heinberg embraced every iconic symbol that the general public knew about the Amazonian princess and wove it flawlessly into a ridiculously entertaining super-hero book.

4. THE JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA by Mark Millar and Carlos Pacheco

It's time for Millar to prove his worth at DC writing the premiere super-team in comics. Let him tell the biggest stories possible with one of the greatest artists working in comics today.

5. THE TEEN TITANS by Grant Morrison and Mike McKone

Morrison's run on NEW XMEN succeeded in part to his acknowledgement to the work of Chris Claremont and John Byrne. Now I want to see what he can reimagine in the world of Marv Wolfman and George Perez. I NEED to read Grant's take on Trigon, Brother Blood, Deathstroke, Raven, Terra, Blackfire, as well as his interpretations of the Titans new and old. McKone's solid storytelling and affinity for the characters make him a natural collaborator.