Hopefully, you’ll indulge a bit of nostalgia for just a bit. A part of my “geeky” world has always been comic books. The fantasy world that the comic book brings has always held a certain fascination for me. One of my favorites, of course, was Superman and I can remember sneaking a look at the comics every time I went into a store, hoping to see the latest tragedy and see the hero always find a way to win. I loved the X-Men as well, because I sort of identified with the “mutant” feeling. Being a smart kid that didn’t go do all the things the other kids did set me apart and I felt that “difference” deeply.The list of characters can go on and on as I loved the mythos that surrounded all the story lines, from the super soldier, Captain America and his “awakening” to the gritty Sandman series (pun actually intended that time) and all the genres in between. I still have a moderate collection, primarily of Superman from the time around the “Death of Superman” story line and a year or so after that story ended.