I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it and how three-dimensional the main characters were. Throw in some excellent comedy and great actors and you're left with a genuinely fun ride.
The Joker's take on himself, a brilliantly written and poignant look at one of the best villains created and a justifiably revered arc. Truly excellent.
A brilliant Batman story with a fantastic new villain and utterly beautiful artwork. One of the Bat's best.
Perhaps not the definitive Joker story, but still a damned fine one with excellent tension and artistry.
A clever but slightly rushed meta-analysis of the comic book world with some excellent jokes and story beats. A whole lot of fun.
Truly excellent TV with a great cast, some amazing action, and a whole heap of twists. I think it will comfortably be considered a classic in years to come.
A quirky and loveable rom-com that rallies from a weird opening to a genuinely fun finale.
An extremely faithful adaptation of the character with some excellent action sequences, but fails to really capture the spark of creativity that can make Deadpool truly great.
A weird hybrid attempting to create a Pan's Labyrinth style child-psychology twist that never quite lands, but does contain some interesting historical musings on Freud and early psychology.
Marvel's heist movie has some tonal flip-flops but lands on all six feet to make a very unlikely hero a comedic and heartfelt success, proving that size really doesn't matter.