So my favorite King story is IT. There is so much to love about that tale. I think my favorite part might be the history of Derry as seen through the eyes of Mike Hanlon, town librarian. Anyway, my point is this; I would love to see a comic book representation of IT. I thought that the Dark Tower comics were wonderful and I really enjoyed the comic version of The Stand. And now, I think it's about high time we got a version of IT in comic book format. There are a number of reasons as to why I think this. One; IT is a highly visual horror novel and much of the imagery King creates is just BEGGING to be translated into comic book form. Two; Room for author extras. Comics are great for this. They allow an author to take a finished work and add any little extras they might have wanted to add way back when the novel was published but just never got around to it. Three; The ability to expand on previous story bits that are already in the novel. Not the same as adding new material, but giving extra beats to certain elements within the novel that the author might enjoy. Four; I've drawn IT as the creature that is stalking Mike Hanlon through the marsh and I got goosebumps. Rarely do comics have that ability to evoke such terror. The only other time I've seen a comic do that to me is "Pigeons From Hell" by Dark Horse Comics. So there IT is. My vote for IT as a comic book adaptation. Let me know what you folks think. I think it could be a real winner.