So I’m still behind on Rebirth, but I’ll start this off by answering my own question.
Green Arrow Rebirth: I would first off recommend Green Arrow Rebirth by Ben Percy. This title is too good. I went to Barnes & Noble so I could sample it a little bit and then buy it, but I ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting (the first volume that is). The story is super engaging and is a great way to understand Green Arrow from the comics. For people familiar with just the show version of the character, Comic GA is alot different. Anyway, I found myself super invested in this book, while many comic volumes can sometimes struggle to tell a good story, this one hits a home run to boot.
Titans Rebirth: Written by Dan Abnett, this is a great book for readers who are unfamiliar with the original titans team who are neither from the cartoon nor from the tv show. I really respected how this book never babies you by having an “explains-all” moment where they explain the relationship of all the characters. The book explains that gradually and subtly, sometimes using flashbacks aswell. Even though I’m not a novice DC reader, I really enjoyed this title and feel like it’s just as much for new readers as it is for long-time fans of this classic roster. Props aswell go to the villain choice. While I don’t want to spoil the villain for anyone, he fits the book really well and the presence of a sole villain saves the book from clutter.
Flash Rebirth: Written by Joshua Williamson, this story is one that immediately became a fan favorite (mainly by introducing a new fan favorite character). While I am admittedly more of a Wally West Flash fan (and not even much of a Flash fan at that) this story was very engaging. The new character is great, he really takes the Flash into a territory not explored previously which strengthens the overall plot. Flash is one of those characters I feel like can be difficult to challenge, but the villain in this book does it so well that his other rouges should really take note. I recommend this to anyone really. Even though all these Rebirth first volumes are meant to introduce the characters to new readers, I felt like this book didn’t do a very good job at explaining exactly who he is but it’s still good for new readers because it doesn’t cannon-ball into the Flash mythos like one might fear.
Note: I have read other stories and I’m also really behind on others. If I didn’t mention something, that doesn’t necessarily mean I don’t recommend it. I encourage other posters to share their opinions in this thread that expand on what I’ve said. I may make a thread for non-Recommended reading soon.