It has proven to be a big fall for Pauline commentaries:
Gordon Fee’s acclaimed NICNT volume on 1 Corinthians has been revised. If you don’t already own it, this is a great reason to get it.
Mark Seifrid has written the Pillar volume of 2 Corinthians and it is out now.
Ralph Martin’s 2 Corinthians WBC has also seen a new edition, released in late October.
Hot off the press is Jeffrey Weima’s BEC commentary – this will be an exegetical force to be reckoned with – few scholars in the world have invested more time and energy in studying the Thessalonian correspondence than Weima. This will, no doubt, become the standard go-to work for evangelicals. (We also eagerly await the delayed release of Karl Donfried’s ICC volume on 1-2 Thessalonians; does anyone know what happened with that? Furthermore, we are anticipating a Hermeneia volume on these letters from the octogenarian Helmut Koester)
And I should also mention Christopher Seitz’s Colossians commentary just came out in the Brazos series.