That's not really "most" people here who buy comics. Some people just buy them to read. Also, the values on new comics really aren't conducive to collecting comics that would reach high values, because the material used to make the comics is much sturdier and there are also more produced. One reason older comics have high values (depending on the title) is because the paper was more fragile, fewer were printed, and there's been more time for them to be destroyed, lost, damaged, etc., leaving very few in good shape and in existence. When you print a few million of a particular issue on acid-free paper, and a bunch of people grab them, bag them, and store them, there's no way for there to be few of them in existence. So they are not worth much... i.e., not really worth collecting for "value," although you might collect them just in the sense that they are all chapters of a story, and you can't make sense of the story unless you read all the chapters.
The graphic novel/compilation has made huge instrides here in the US, there used to be few you could buy, and all of them were typically just either made to be graphic novels or they were compiled issues of limited run series (4-6 issue stories). Now you can go to the big bookstores and see 2-3 standing shelves full of them, because Marvel and DC have been released storylines from their long-running properties in book form; basically they own those storylines and issues, but for years weren't making money off them, but now people who were not alive when the comics came out want to read them, so they're publishing them as books. So now you don't even have to buy the old original issues anymore to see some of the better stories.
I wouldn't use the word "sad" -- to me "sad" means "made me cry," which can be good or bad.I absolutely loved the movie and loved the ending as well. I read a post of you in this thread that the ending was quite sad. Why so? I think the ending was brilliant? It would have been a classic though -
For me, the movie was not one of the better movies I saw all summer, and I already explained why in numerous posts in this thread. Lots of details that were inconsistent; predictability and convenience of plot; cliche ("look at me, I'm profound!") rather than unique depth; twists that you either knew about or were not properly telegraphed in the plot, which made them cheats....
... but ignoring any kind of analysis and just looking at personal satisfaction, I was disinterested and bored and have no interest in watching it again. That's never happened to me with a Nolan movie.
As far as your spoiler, why would that be unfair? That's what heroes do... and someone's going to reboot it anyway, in the next movie they make, so who cares? Like in comics, it wouldn't even count.