"The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Volume One" by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill
Didn't like this one as much as I thought I would. In case you haven't seen the movie, a group of literary characters team up to battle evil. It sounds like a great premise, but then again Philip Jose Farmer explored a similar theme in his Riverworld series - long before this comic book ever appeared.
I remain a fan of Watchmen, but I can't help but feel that Alan Moore wasn't trying hard enough with this one. Beyond the central premise and a handful of gags, there's really not much in this comic book besides trivia.
Kevin O'Neill's art is always great when he's drawing grotesque, futuristic machines and acts of violence, but his drawing method adds little to the talkier parts of this comic. Unfortunately for him, this comic has a lot of talky parts.
This comic book IS much better than the movie - not that that's saying much. Taken on its own merits, I would have to say that the creative team behind this one has done much better elsewhere.