Right, I'm back home from work, so hopefully I'll be able to post something that doesn't have glaring mistakes!
Side note: trying to post and drive a forklift at the same time is nigh on impossible, and I don't recommend it to anyone.
Right, I have to share a bit of the history I have with comics....
I first started reading them around 1994, and I bought comics every Friday for the next five or so years. That ended after I sort of grew out of them (?) and began to focus on my music. Not to mention they were taking up so much space that it made it impossible to keep dragging them around with me everytime I moved house (or room, as it were). But a couple of years ago I finally got a house of my own, and once I bought some shelves to put my much treasured comics on display, I instantly fell back in love with them. Being a completionist (much like you, Mr Ape), I've basically had to start reading them all again. My comic of choice is X-Men (and the rest of their wonderful universe), and I've began reading them in order from Uncanny X-Men 201. I've since read about 15 years worth of the X-Men universe and I've got about another ten years worth before I catch up.
But, The X-Men are not the only comics that I've been having an affair with, as I've also been catching up with many of the original Image comics, such as, The Savage Dragon, Spawn, WildCATS, Youngblood, The Maxx and many more (DV8 & Gen13 FTW). On top of that I've been reading all the amazing Marvel crossover event's, which have been so good, and yes Sau, the Hulk graphic novels you mentioned were great, Planet Hulk and it's precursor World War Hulk have been by far the best pieces of work featuring the Green Goliath. I have the first three volumes of the Red Hulk saga, that feature the amazing work of Ed McGuinness, but they just haven't grabbed me like the two previously mentioned TPB's did.
I haven't mentioned my love for a good Batman story either, and being a guy who has to know it all, I've been reading Batman TPB's in chronological order, starting with Batman: year one (by the Comic God himself, Frank Miller).
A few other titles I've enjoyed since rediscovering my passion for comics are: Bomb Queen (Chicks sick!!) The Boys (I RECCOMEND THIS TITLE TO ANYONE), Preacher (Just... Pure... Platinum) and Y the Last Man.
Whew! I'm sure I missed a lot out, but thats basically the comics I love.
PS. I forgot to mention Deadpool.... How could I?