My collection mainly consists of figures sold at Wal-Mart, like movie-line action figures, Marvel Universe, and DC Universe.
My favorite toys I own right now are my Marvel Select Captain America: First Avenger action figures. I have Cap and Red Skull, and they recreate a scene from the movie when put together, but I'm not too sure I want to open them.
I'm like, the comic book kid at my school. Every drawing that's posted around the school in the displays of mine are all comic book related, I'm always wearing superhero shirts, and all I do all day is draw and talk about superheroes. It's something of an obsession.
One of the things I love about Captain America is that he's pretty much a normal guy [besides the super strength and all], but he's still looked upon as the leader of extremely powerful beings and gods. These characters look to Cap to lead them because they know that he's the best at what he does, and they all have a profound respect for Cap. I could go on and on all day about why Captain America is such an amazing character, but for the sake of time, I won't. Is Cap the greatest superhero ever? That's all a matter of opinion. But like other users have said above, he's definitely one of the greatest, no argument.
I'd say Stan has more than earned this, and all of his other cameos/special appearances. When you've done as much as Stan Lee you pretty much have the right to have an ego, although most of the time he jokingly portrays having an ego. Definitely pre-ordering from Amazon, though it's a shame I can't get both.
Rob Liefeld, John Romita Jr., and Kyle Baker are all horrible artists in my opinion. However, Liefeld and Romita have had their moments. I've never seen decent art by Kyle Baker.
Also the art on the Arkham Asylum graphic novel by Dave McKean. I also recently read Batman: Lovers and Madmen, and the art on that is pretty bad as well. But I've seen way to much bad art to list every one.