10. Because there’s even a comic book version.

Imagine the collective horror seen on Comic Con 2010 attendees’ faces when they realized that Glee’s cast was in the building. It’s not exactly geek-approved, but the show’s animated cash-in does share in-store real estate with the works of Robert Kirkman and J. Michael Straczynski. And, if you think about it, the comic itself isn’t all that different from some of the more traditional favorites: There’s an arch-villain (Sue Sylvester) pitted against a Professor X-like teacher (Will Schuester) and his super-team of antiheroes. Plus, prima donna Rachel looks a little like a young Diana Prince, so Wonder Woman fantasies aren’t a problem.