Name: stew taylor
I'm going to suggest Enigma by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo. It was an 8 issue mini that was released in the first wave of Vertigo books back in 1993 (along with Death: The High Cost Of Living and Sandman Mystery Theatre). I hope the collection's still in print.
It's about Michael Smith and the hole his life has fallen into. When he gets attacked by a supervillain and put into a hospital he realises the hero who saved him is The Enigma, his favourite childhood comicbook. How is The Enigma suddenly real? Who is narrating the whole story? Who will survive? (if it's no longer in print, you'll never know)
I loved this book when it came out and the ending blew me away. Up until then I had been reading Ghost Rider and X-Men. This was such a change it stuck with me.
Anyway, there's mine.
that's rating a 10/10 on the disturb-o-meter
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