I don't read any awful lot of comics, but I have stuck with the Judge Dredd Megazine even though it's Small Press section was pushed aside for reprints of Bob The Galactic Bum, and is now still dormant whilst some godawful Tank Girl revival plummets to inevitable doom.
Apart from those turkeys it's generally a good read, and John Wagner Dredd is always worth the cover price. I'm becoming quite a fan of Al Ewing too, and his recent Tempest series was pretty cool.
Graphic novel-wise, as I write I am currently ploughing through:
I understand there's now a widespread belief that Future Shocks have had their day, but not if they're written this well they haven't. Not all of the stories are classics, yet many certainly could be described as such. The great man's trademark humour, innovation with the form and general sophistication are all present and correct.
I find it amazing (and a little chastening) that Moore was that good that early. I've also just finished Miracleman Book 2 and that's basically fantastic as well. Almost worth the small fortune it cost on eBay to buy the thing!
Incidentally, imho it's quite funny really that Miracleman is pretty much the same as Doc Manhattan, until Gaiman takes over for Book 4 and then he becomes The Sandman....
More disappointing was Hellboy - Darkness Calls. I'm usually a big fan but this collection makes sod all sense and Fegredo's Mignola impersonation is competent but no real compensation for not having the great man really doing the artwork. Ah well, I'm sure the next one will be better....