I think it's time for assessment of the status of some of the major rogues galleries in the DCU.
Superman. They've been doing a good job with the villains we have seen: Luthor, Brainiac, the unsubtly named H'El, and even Metallo and Mxyzptlk (whenever Morrison's done whatever nonsense he's using him for). But I don't think we've heard word one about classic foes like the Kryptonite Man, Zod, The Toyman, The Prankster, Terra-man. I'm not surprised none of them have gotten a story, but I currently can't even tell whether they exist in any way in the new DCU. As I've mentioned before, Superman's never been as reliant on villains to fill his dance card as some other heroes, but I'm afraid the DC is just going to abandoned some of these characters as unworthy relics from another time.
Batman. Heh. No problems here. As usual, Batman is falling over himself with both classic villains and new ones every day; it's enough to make even Dick Tracy jealous.
Flash. The Twin City Rogues seem to be in great hands with Manapul. Thanks to him, DC finally bit the bullet on "power internalization" that the Rogues have needed for years to be serious threats to the Flash. A fresh new 'spin' has been put on 'the Top' in the person of Turbine, the golden Glider's got a new less on the afterlife, and a new version of the Reverse Flash is on the horizon. Plus the team isn't shying away from additions like 'Mob Rule'.
Aquaman. Well, Black Manta and Ocean Master have certainly been repositioned forcefully on the sea-board. I hope that Johns has plans for the likes of the Fisherman, because Aquaman doesn't have too many re-doable villains. I mean, it's not like Fire-haired Karla, the Invisible Un-thing, or the Awesome Threesome are likely to be put back into play. Considering that piracy is a very real-world concern nowadays, I'd enjoying seeing him bring a truly piratical foe into the mix again: Black Jack, Captain Squid, heck, even the laughable Wind Pirate. Which reminds me... who's up for OGRE? I'm up for OGRE.
Wonder Woman. I love what's currently being done with Wonder Woman, which is taking full advantage of her mythological origins, without being pedantic or being tied exclusively to characters invented 3000 years ago. But mythology's gain is Villainy Inc.'s loss. WW never had the most stellar line-up of foes, but she did have a lot of female foes (e.g., the Blue Snowman, Dr. Poison, Dr. Cyber, Clea, Giganta, the Silver Swan), which we could certainly use in the new DCU. I believe that these characters have as much potential as Flash Rogues (more, actually).
Martian Manhunter. *snicker* C'mon, DC; give us back the Human Flame. And, for that matter, the Human Squirrel (which is less ridiculous than the anthropomorphized squirrel in the GL books).
Cyborg (a.k.a. The New Martian Manhunter). ...?...