Okay, people, I'm surprised as all shit about this, but.... to the best of my knowledge, there is no single thread devoted to comic books. So, unfortunately, one has to be started by your least favorite FC'er, EveryDayAmnesiac. Therefore, here is the place to celebrate comic books and any of their spawn - films, TV shows, radio shows, etc. I've mostly only read the obvious stuff. The major Frank Miller and Alan Moore. The well known Batmans. Lots of Hellboy (my favorite artwork). Some X-Men. Walking Dead. Some old Dick Tracy. Some Spiderman and Superman. Some I'm forgetting. Looking to get into some more classic stuff. Real old timey comics. And I've certainly been a fan of movies based on comic characters since I was a lad (and before I could read) and saw the Adam West Batman movie. I was "hooked" the moment he started to punch a shark hanging off his leg multuple times... So to be perfectly honest, comic books have mostly been indirectly important to my existence, through films. Strangely enough, Tim Burton's first Batman movie was the first movie I ever saw in a theater, and I've been a changed boy ever since... Then The Crow was my favorite movie as a teenager. And who doesn't love Superman 2, with good ol' Zod and his strange obsession with making men kneel before him... 300 gets the award for dumbest comic book movie that I enjoy. Who could ever forget Xerxes? I adore the Hellboy movies, imperfections and all... There's the often overlooked Road To Perdition and its lovely cinematography. And let's not forget those TMNTs... Actually wasn't until my late 20's that I read my first comic book (The Dark Knight Returns). So, what are some of your favorites? Recommendations? Any good memories...? The older, the better!