I've got no particular titles per se but I'd gladly devour works by
Robert Jordan/Neil Gaiman/Franz Kafka/Ayn Rand/JD Salinger/Haruki
Murakami/Chuck Palahniuk/Aldous Huxley/Carlos Ruiz Zafon/Jose
On the comics/graphic novels front : Gaiman's Sandman, Grant
Morrison's/Frank Miller's/Scott Snyder's run on Batman/Detective
comics, American Vampire & Jeff Lemire's run on Animal
man+Swamp thing. Currently into indie favourites like Fables &
Saga. Yeah as you can tell I'm a pretty huge DC fan =)
Films : Dead Poets Society/The Usual Suspects/Eternal Sunshine of
The Spotless Mind/The Talented Mr. Ripley/Gattaca/The American/The
Pianist/Stranger Than Fiction/Juno/Amelie/Chocolat/Tony
Takitani/Donnie Darko/The Royal Tenenbaums/Watchmen/Moon/Fight
Club/The Diving Bell & The Butterfly/Works by Hayao Mizayaki
& Quentin Tarantino.
TV : Curb your enthusiasm/Battlestar Galactica/House/Arrested
Development/Community/Breaking Bad/Game of Thrones.
Music :Nujabes/Toe'/Temper Trap/Stars/Jamiroquai/Rachael
Yamagata/Imogen Heap/Radiohead/Coldplay/Working For a Nuclear Free
City/Yppah/Nouvelle Vague/Bebel Gilberto/L'Arc-en-Ciel/Sigur
Ros/Daft Punk/Massive Attack.
Let's just say I'm a die hard foodie (and a purist as well), no new
age,fusion or thingamajig nonsense. Unpretentious food and the
freshest ingredients are what counts. With that in mind, you can't
really find fault with Japanese cuisine can you?