I love the new one but it hasn't solidified into nostalgia yet like the others have. San Andreas is still my favorite even if it pales in comparison for GTA 5. That said I think with time GTA 5 will be my favorite since it is basically a Rock Star Best Of game. The Multiplayer is incredibly addictive and the only flaw in the main story I felt was the lack of vindication felt at the end as if rock star just decided to speedily wrap the whole game up instead of taking a little more time to tidy things up and revel in the ultimate triumph of all three characters.
Humanity's greatest fear is the unknown. Hence why we fear ghosts, ghouls and demons, we don't know what they are, what they want and how to stop them. So what happens when humans discover they're in a universe full of gods who could swat them like flies? Beings whose only thought is hunger, hunger for your planet and you are but a speck? Least your life is significant to a psychopath, to this unstoppable being, you are what humans feel for cows when at McDonald's and the one thing humans fear most is being forgotten.
Dark Victory. I enjoy the Long Halloween but Dark Victory was always my favorite especially with the Joker at the end. What Scott Snyder is doing with the series is some of the best Batman I think that has ever been done along with The Dark Knight Returns and Under the Red Hood. Hush was alright but it never struck me as being quite as amazing as a lot of people say.
These are all the reasons I'm not a fan of Superman. He just doesn't do it for me; however, if not for his existence or his being the way he is I don't think I would have such an attachment to the other heroes I enjoy. He gives me something to compare Hal Jordan and Bruce Wayne and while those two can even be suckers sometimes I always think, "Well at least they aren't Superman." and then continues to enjoy the comic.
That said I am going to read Geoff Johns Secret Origins for Superman, I haven't read anything about Superman in years and I've decided to give something another go.