Oh, come on. It's not even a question. »
If My Own Worst Enemy had turned out to be a family living with a jekyll & hyde ghost comedy, that might have gotten my attention just to see how you pull it off... »
I say "Greetings Starfighter! You have been recruited by the Star League to defend the Frontier against Xur and the Ko-dan Armada!"
It's nice to see how many of these patents can work together, though for one big integrated dystopia. »
I vote for the Brief Lives arc of The Sandman. It's thematically relevant, emotionally robust with great depth and ambition, and engaging art. It's fairly well-self-contained, and you can skim it or go over it again and again for years and find something new within it, if you need to. »
I'd watch that sow to death if they were anything like the original series... Like a repair-oriented Better Off Ted. »