From what I've read here on MHF, complex analysis seems nice. I was just wondering about the (prerequisites? I don't know how to say. What I should know before to start studying complex analysis). What I know from Calculus is, I think about Calculus II (but I'm still missing some important things, I have to pass the exam of it in July and as I am now in another field, I don't have that much time to spend on it and fix my weaknesses...). From Algebra I know about complex numbers and a very bit about matrices. (of course I know about MCD, congruences and so on... till a bit of graphs, but I don't think it has an importance in complex analysis). I will appreciate if you give me the name of some good books too.
And I'm sorry if a very similar thread has already been posted, I was searching for it but didn't find.