There's some stuff that I might take off later and stuff I probably forgot to put here, especially the comic book section since I haven't read them that much since the 80s. And in 3 to 6 months time, I'd probably have something slightly different anyway!
But generally speaking, it's probably fairly accurate. For this day and time. - OlderMusicGeek
Music – favorite artists - Violent Femmes, Flogging Molly, Cracker, Lipstick Homicide,The Vandon Arms, Wall Of Voodoo, Sloppy Seconds, Talking Heads, Devo, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Raveonettes, The Hallowmen, Head Candy, The B-52’s, The Velvet Underground, The Pogues, North Of Grand, The Psychedelic Furs, Visage, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Klark Kent, Ultravox, Fine Young Cannibals, Rockpile, (80s) R.E.M., The Beatles, Gaelic Storm.
Music – favorite local (Iowa) artists – Lipstick Homicide, Vandon Arms, North Of Grand, Look Out Loretta, Peace Love & Stuff, The Reckless Hearts, Rumble Seat Riot, Ladysoal, Nuclear Rodeo, Poison Control Center, Pumptown, Slaughterhouse 6, Old Stick Revival Singers.
Music – favorite albums (NOT by favorite artists) – The Police’s “Outlandos d’Amour” and “Reggatta de Blanc”; “Saturday Morning Cartoon’s Greatest Hits” by various artists; “Live On St. Patrick’s Day” by The Dropkick Murphys; David Bowie’s “ChangesBowie”, “Station To Station” and “Scary Monsters”; “Tubthumper” by Chumbawumba; “Dookie” by Green Day; The Strokes’ “Is This It?” and ‘Room On Fire”; “Machine Gun Etiquette” by The Damned; “Kings Of The Wild Frontier” by Adam And The Ants; Elvis Costello’s “My Aim Is True” and “This Year’s Model”; The Presidents Of The United States Of America’s “The Presidents Of The United States Of America” and “The Presidents Of The United States Of America II”; “The Pretenders” by The Pretenders; “Everything Is Wrong” by Moby; “The Garden” by John Foxx; “Deep Forest” by Deep Forest; Blondie’s “Eat To The Beat” and “Parallel Lines”; “Electric Warrior” by T Rex; “No Thanks! The 70s Punk Rebellion” by various artists; “Loud, Fast Ramones: Their Toughest Hits” by The Ramones; “Greatest Hits” by Neil Young; “The Raw And The Cooked” by Fine Young Cannibals; “Journeys Of Glory” by Spandau Ballet; “Big Science” by Laurie Anderson; “Children Of The Night” by Nash the Slash; “Zoolook” by Jean-Michel Jarre; “Get The Knack” by The Knack; “We Miss You Manelow” by Chicco; Peter Gabriel’s “Peter Gabriel III: Melt” and “Peter Gabriel IV: Security”; George Thorogood And The Destroyers’ “George Thorogood And The Destroyers”, “Move It Over” and “More George Thorogood And The Destroyers”; The Who’s “Quadropheia”, “Tommy” and “Thirty Years Of Maximum R & B”; “A Little Bit Of Mambo” by Lou Bega; “Saturday Night Fever” by various artists and The Bee Gees; “Greatest Hits” by The Beach Boys; the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar”; the musical “Camelot”; the musical “My Fair Lady”; Philip Glass’s “Glassworks” and “The Photographer”; “Tubular Bells” by Mike Oldfield; “Star Wars: A New Hope” by John Williams; “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” by Ennio Morricone; “Psycho” by Bernard Herrmann.
Music – favorite genres – alternative, punk, new wave, electronic, Cajun/zydeco, bluegrass, musicals, classic rock, southern rock, soul, disco, big band/swing, oldies, Celtic, reggae, Latin, Americana, folk, African, children’s music, world music, soundtracks/movie scores, Christmas/holiday.
Movies – Star Wars, Blade Runner, It’s A Wonderful Life, Kill Bill 1 and 2, Sin City, Pulp Fiction, The Matrix Reloaded, The Good The Bad And The Ugly, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Alien, Cloverfield, Yellow Submarine, Monty Python And The Holy Grail, Brazil, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Mad Max 2 (The Road Warrior), Psycho, Batman Begins, Batman, Pink Floyd – The Wall, The Wizard Of Oz, 300, (500) Days Of Summer, High Fidelity, Wonder Boys, Raising Arizona, Apocalypse Now, Eraserhead, Raiders Of The Lost Ark, The Shining, A Christmas Story, The Godfather, Casablanca, Miracle on 34th Street.
Movies – favorite genres – science fiction, horror, action/adventure, suspense, comedies, animation/cartoons, film noir, independent, cult films, arthouse, classics, westerns, foreign films.
TV shows – all-time – X-Files, Lost, all the Star Trek series, Kung Fu, Monty Python’s Flying Circus, South Park, The Simpsons, Millenium, My Name Is Earl, Doctor Who, Scrubs, Looney Tunes, The Tick, Duckman, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Pizza Cats, Freaks And Geeks, Futurama, Malcolm In The Middle, Seinfeld, Popeye (the black and white Fleischer ones), Tom And Jerry, Boston Legal, Barney Miller, SCTV, The Twilight Zone, Andy Griffith.
TV shows – current – South Park, Community, Simpsons, Doctor Who, Supernatural, The Cape, Chuck, Outsourced, In The Middle, Big Bang Theory, Undercovers, Hope.
Books – “The Odyssey” by Homer; “The Epic Of Gilgamesh”; The Theban trilogy (“Oedipus The King”, “Elektra” and “Oedipus At Colonus”) by Sophocles; “High Fidelity” by Nick Hornsby; “Catcher In The Rye” by J.D. Salinger; “If On A Winter’s Night A Traveler” by Italo Cavino; “Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain; “Short Stories” by Ernest Hemingway; “1984” by George Orwell; “The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror” by Christopher Moore; “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy” and “The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe” by Douglas Adams; “The Name Of The Rose’ by Umberto Eco; “Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoevsky; “The Lord Of The Flies”; “The Shining” by Stephen King; “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” and “Charlie And The Glass Elevator” by Roald Dahl; “Old Mali And The Boy” by D.R. Sherman; “The Post Man” by David Brin; “The War Of The Worlds” by H.G. Wells; “Dracula”; “Tarzan of The Apes” by Edgar Rice Burroughs; “Doc Savage: The Man Of Bronze” by Kenneth Robeson; “Beowulf”, any "Calvin And Hobbes" by Bill Watterson, any "Bloom County" collection by Berke Breathed, any "Doonesbury" collection by Garry Trudeau, any "Far Side" collection by Gary Larson.
Graphic novels and comic book runs – the Alan Moore run on “Swamp Thing”; “The Watchmen” by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons; “V For Vendetta” by Alan Moore/David Lloyd; the Alan Moore run on “Miracleman”/”Marvelman”; the Starman omnibuses by James Robinson; “The Dark Knight Returns” by Frank Miller; “Sin City” by Frank Miller; “Batman: Strange Apparitions” by Steve Englehart, Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin; the Denny O’Neil/Neal Adams Batman comics; the Chris Claremont/John Byrne/Terry Austin run on “X-Men”; the Frank Miller run on “Daredevil”; “The Rocketeer” by Dave Stevens; the Doug Moench/Gene Day run on “Shang Chi: The Master of Kung Fu”; “Warlock” by Jim Starlin; the Len Wein/Berni Wrightson run on “Swamp Thing”; “Deathlok, The Demolisher” by Doug Moench and Rich Buckler; War Of The Worlds” by Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell; the Michael Golden run of “Micronauts”; the Doug Moench/Bill Sienkewicz run on “Moon Knight”; the Peter David run on “The Incredible Hulk”; "Star Wars: A New Hope - The Special Edition" by Bruce Jones/Eduardo Barreto ;“The Death of Superman” by various writers and artists; anything by Rick Geary; the John Byrne run on “The Fantastic Four”; the Stan Lee/Steve Dikto on “Doctor Strange”; the Stan Lee/Jack Kirby run on “The Fantastic Four”; the Stan Lee/Steve Ditko run on “The Amazing Spider-man”.
Children’s books – “Eric The Punk Cat” by Adrian Henri and Roger Wade Walker; “Green Eggs And Ham” and “Fox In Socks” by Dr. Suess; “Birthday Monsters” by Sandra Boynton, “Anansi The Spider” by Gerald McDermott; “The Polar Express”; “Santa’s Twin” by Dean Koontz; “Mpho: A Child Of Lesotho, Africa’s Mountain Kingdom” by A.M. Fullerton Thorn; “What Are You Doing In My Universe” by Chuck Hillig.
Books – favorite genres – science fiction, mysteries, horror, Victorian literature, comedies, folklore/myths/legends, children’s literature.