The Unwritten: Consistantly at the top of my buy pile every month, and a must-read if you're a literary nerd. I'm planning to do some in-depth nerding about two of my favorite issues elsewhere--a character who wouldn't be out of place in a Guy Ritchie movie gets dropped into a Beatrix Potter-esque world and things get weird and it's a fun diversion from the main plot of "What if Harry Potter/Christopher Robin were real and then the lines between fiction and reality got really blurry?"
Torso: Brian Michael Bendis is one of my favorite comic writers and I picked up this trade as an early birthday present to myself. It's based on the true story of Eliot Ness hunting down a serial killer in Cleveland, and it's superb.
Nonplayer: One of the guys at the store I buy at held the last copy for me, thinking I might be interested in it and I am so glad he did. It's absolutely gorgeous, almost art noveau. (Which, of course, means that it'll take forever to be complete, but I'm fine with that!) If you like MMOs and/or thought that the New Cap City plot of Caprica was awesome or ever wanted the Cylons' projecting abilities, you'll probably like this. Or if you just love good art.
Ex Machina: Finished last year and I'm not quite caught up, but I spoiled myself and know how it ends. I love Tony Harris' art, Brian K. Vaughan is another author I love, and it's a great story.
Fallen Angel: IDW is putting it out currently, though DC just released an omnibus of the 30 issues it ran. The current miniseries, "Return of the Son," is wonderful. And last year's miniseries was a crossover with Angel, featuring Illyria. Lee is one of the best written female characters I've seen, and the background characters are great. And it's Peter David doing the writing, which is awesome. I love theology turned on its head, which is also a big selling point for me but might be less so for others.