I think everyone's answer would be "pretty much anything related to the New52!Starfire"...
... but I'll add the new Jason Todd as well. It's a good character idea - I personally liked the original idea of a more rebellious Robin (not much the jerk Damian Wayne was in the early run, now he is so much more well-written), that got killed, than brought back, turned villain, then anti-hero, then hero, then villain, then anti-hero, and now... now what?
I think New52!Red Hood is... not interesting. He's not the misunderstood kind-of-guy, not the raging mad, not the hurt-shadowy guy... I think the new plots left him bland. Really.
I did read the first one, just gave a quick glance over the second one. As you may have noticed, didn't get much of my attention. I'm not the kind of guy who consistently goes through all comics, especially the New52, or critics or reads all reviews about them.
(However, I must say that I am enjoying a lot the New52's Batman.)
Do tell me, what biased reviews are you talking about?
Because, frankly, Roy Harper is a character that needed to go a little darker, have a little tragedy in his back story... if you forget all the sh*t he had to go through, like the addiction, being kicked away by Green Arrow, changing names, suits, weaponry, teams, etc, etc, etc.
I wonder if all these stuff happens to him because writers could not inflict something like this against Dick Grayson.
I mean, that generation of heroes kinda gets screwed A LOT, even by other heroes' standards
Donna Troy? Killed. A lot (the other side has a revolving door in her case).
Wally West? His mentor gets killed and he is forced to become the new Flash.
Gar Logan? Never taken seriously and loses the love of his life - turned traitor and offed.
It was back in the late nineties I believe, or around 2000, sometime in that frame. Anyway, basically three bigger than life behemoths are awakened to ass-rape the world somehow and various DC heroes were trying to stop them. They had Teen Titans, Super Girl, Steel, Aquaman, Superman Red, Superman Blue, and others. I'd recommend Google or Wikipedia for more info.