New Comet C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS) could be interesting in the future. From the MPEC ephemeris it reaches perihelion in April 2015, and will be around magnitude 10 in February 2015, passing under/above the sickle of Leo (depending on which hemisphere you are in). MPEC one line ephemeris below
CK12K010 2015 04 10.0788 2.741992 1.000000 177.5939 316.8779 141.8428 4.5 4.0 C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS)
OTOH Michael Mattiazzo has noted that the JPL horizons gives a different ephemeris, with perihelion in November 2014, and a maximum magnitude of 6.5. It will be more difficult to see at this time though.
The orbit needs to be refined more, and it's more likely the MPEC orbit is correct, but this may be a more interesting comet for 2014-2015.