Since today is 4th of july, It's time we tell each other how long we've been fans of DC Comics. Which is of course, one the largest and most successful companies in the world of American comic books and related media. I will be doing my Marvel experience soon. You guys are going to like my back story about Marvel soon. To Start off, I am going to talk about my Parents. My Mother was a fan of the 1960's Batman TV series, Superfriends, and The Shazam!/Isis Hour growing up. And my late father was just somewhat a fan of Science Fiction & possibly Comics. So maybe he did collect comics in youth then. So my Backstory is like this. When I was 3 or 4, I went to see the Infamous Batman film "Batman & Robin" with my parents. I once had a Backpack based off of the film that I wore when I was in Pre-School. Then I watched their well known cartoons like Superfriends & Batman: The Animated Series on Toonami, then Superman: the Animated Series on Kids WB! I once had a home video of Batman Beyond that my Dad gave me when I was a kid. When I went to Borders back then, I read those DC Themed Children books, Once I had a Batman Beyond book that was Christmas themed, and I saw those comic book covers that you see on displays. Then Comes when Justice League aired back in 2001. My Dad also loved the show. Shamed that he did not see JLU, because he died in 2002. So yeah, that's my Backstory about my DC Fandom. When I tell you my Marvel Backstory, you may want to join in. I also remember that Jack in the Box had a promotion featuring the characters from Grant Morrison's JLA series, I collected all the toys that they had. My dad was all wow though. He even made fun of the always outrageous Aquaman. Stating that he always is useless.