I'm 33 years old and have been reading comics for...30 years now. (It's been that long?) My first comics were things like Richie Rich; Casper the Friendly Ghost and Hot Stuff the Little Devil. At the time, I was about 4 years old. When I was 9, that's when I started buying superhero comics. My first was an issue of DC Comics Presents which co-starred Superman and Plastic Man. Soon I started buying Saga of the Swamp Thing, back when it was being written by Martin Pasko and illustrated by Tom Yeates. I later added Batman and the Outsiders(a PRE-CRISIS books). I started losing interest in Swamp Thing when artists Steve Bissette and John Totleben came along. I thought their art was...well...gross. When Alan Moore took over, I dropped the book. It was too...sick for me. When I was 12, my paternal grandma bought me PRE CRISIS Green Lantern #175. Today, PRE-CRISIS GL #175 through #200 are amongst my all-time favorite issues. Of course I picked up Thundercats,the Marvel/Star ones. Over the years, I've collected: The She-Hulk; some of Spider-Man 2099; Marvel's RoboCop; The Power of Shazam; All of Kyle Rayner's GL issues; Red Sonja...oh, the list goes on and on. I like the way Ms. Marvel has started off. I'm looking forward to the forthcoming Spider-Woman series featuring Jessica Drew. However, if the artwork in this new series done by the Luna Brothers(like in Spider-Woman: origin), I'll be dropping the book. To me, the art looks like it was done by a talented child or looks like some anime.