This post is Zach's fault.
The Ace/Lancer Conan paperbacks
the Howard Pyle versions of Robin Hood and King Arthur
Bronze Age Marvel comics of various sorts
the original Star Wars trilogy
Thundarr the Barbarian
the two Conan flicks
Monty Python & The Overused Quote Machine
Raiders of the Ark
Doctor Who, the show and various novelizations
lesser 80's sword movies like Hawk the Slayer & Clash of the Titans
Ghostbusters (but not the sequel)
Land of the Lost
Carl Sagan's Cosmos
Disneyworld (particularly the Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion)
various books with watered-down retellings of fairy tales
My list is light on fantasy fiction because I spent a lot of my youth reading nonfiction. To this day I have read very few of the novels that most D&D players seem to enjoy.
Marvel 1991: Darkhawk #1 - By complete coincidence, I'm looking at this a week after Marvel published a Darkhawk 30th anniversary special, which answers one question I had about this...