Forget Superman, Flash or Spidey, the comic character I've always most felt a kinship with is Calvin, via Bill Watterson's seminal strip Calvin and Hobbes. The overdriven imagination of the straight talkin', parentally misunderstood anklebiter is one of the best creations the medium has ever produced (not to mention one of the funniest).
Now, thanks to the work of Michael Yingling, you can instantly search for any topic imaginable and the Calvin and Hobbes search engine will display every strip said search term ever appeared in, and where you can buy it collected. Cool huh?
While Calvin nor his mother ever reference It's A Dan's World (though that would redefine awesome), surprisingly even Batman gets a few mentions. For me this will be the new answer to the age-old question 'Dan, are you listening to a word I'm saying?' but for you, I'm sure you are not so easily distracted/addicted. Still, just click here and give it at least one go. Type in Calvin's treehouse acronym 'G.R.O.S.S.' - you know you want to.