In an interview with The Guardian, Ross revealed that Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughan wants to make a movie based on his 1920s-set comic. Ross's wife Jane Goldman penned the script for Vaughan's Kick-Ass.
He said: "My love affair with comics is more important to me than my love of films, or my work in TV, or just about anything outside my family. You're hardwired for it, if you fall in love with comics when you're 11.
"And I think if there's one good thing I can maybe achieve with - with 'my celebrity' - it's to try to broaden the horizons and widen the readership of this particular entertainment which I adore and which is somewhat belittled and denigrated and ignored. I just want to see comics getting a fair critical chance."
The six-part Turf series, which released its first issue last week, takes place in New York during prohibition and features gangsters, vampires and aliens.
> Jonathan Ross pleased with 'Turf'