Preacher is about Texas and why it is unwise to mess with the inhabitants thereof.
Transmetropolitan is basically pornography for journalism majors.
From Hell is about a time traveling Jack the Ripper who worships penises and the sun.
Nextwave is love.
The Authority is about how it's tough to be in charge of the world, even if you're superheroes who live on a sentient spaceship stationed in a giant uterus between dimensions.
Planetary is about five months behind its alleged publishing schedule.
The Dark Knight Returns is about how Batman is awesome and also television.
The Dark Knight Strikes Again is about Robin becoming a whiny bad guy and giant hands and feet.
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder is about Frank Miller losing his goddamn mind.
All-Star Superman is distilled wonder.
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is basically pornography for English majors.
Top Ten is about how robots could be good policemen, if you give them a chance, and sometimes the police commissioner is the crazed head of a drug ring.
Doom Patrol is about Grant Morrison doing a whole ton of drugs and writing down the results.
Animal Man is a great comic book about why we should feel bad for enjoying it.
The Amazing Spider-Man is about how Aunt May’s in trouble and there isn’t much time.
Uncanny X-Men is about black people and gays who are straight and white, but have superpowers.
The Incredible Hulk is a deep psychological character study with emphases on modern anger and smashing shit.
The Punisher is basically pornography for gun enthusiasts.
The Boys is about fookin’ superheroes think they’re so fookin’ great and I bet they’re really just buggerin’ their sidekicks those poofs.
Miracleman is about how greedy comic publishers get in huge disputes about copyright, and how awesome comic books are nearly impossible to find as a result.
Y: The Last Man is basically pornography for people who hate all men except for failed escape artists.
Watchmen is about how psychic space vaginas are the only way to achieve lasting world peace.
Promethea is about… um, actually we’re not entirely sure what this comic is about. Sorry.
Supreme is a funny and lighthearted homage to classic Superman stories, except it’s written by Alan Moore, so you just know that someone’s going to die by the end.
Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow is an IMAGINARY STORY (which may never happen, but then again may) about a perfect man who came from the sky and did only good; it tells of his twilight, when the great battles were over and the great miracles long since performed; of how his enemies conspired against him and of that final war in the snowblind wastes beneath the Northern Lights; of the women he loved and of the choice he made between them; of how he broke his most sacred oath, and how finally all the things he had were taken from him save one.
Infinite Crisis is an in-continuity story in which Superboy kills many, many people and the Golden Age Superman beats regular Superman with a car after his Lois Lane dies.
Lost Girls is basically pornography for… well actually it’s just basically pornography.