Heavy Liquid by #Paul Pope blends every influence you can think of; manga, comics, bandes dessinee, rock and roll, and science fiction into one suitably breathless story that hits like the best of them all, a perfect comic book for a future of broken dreams and machine nightmares, of Blade Runner-esque cities and a beautiful, exciting and bizarre new drug called Heavy Liquid. #comics
"Life's A Bitch: The Complete Bitchy Bitch Stories Vol. 1" by Roberta Gregory. This damn great book collects the best of Gregory's hilarious Bitchy Bitch character. Unfortunately vol. 2 was never published, but there's an older edition in 6 volumes that reprints slightly more stories.
Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin - Private Eye - As of today, readers can download the first issue of The Private Eye at PanelSyndicate.com. The comic is a serial story released at a Radiohead-esque "name your price" rate for a wide range of DRM-free digital formats including CBR, CBZ and PDF. "It's just old-school comics, words and pictures, available in multiple formats and languages, yours to own forever, all DRM-free, whatever the hell that means, for any price you think is fair"
David B. - Nocturnal Conspiracies: Nineteen Dreams from December 1979 to September 1994 - In Nocturnal Conspiracies, David B. gives the reader a memoir of his unconscious, and he shows he can be just as dull, narcissistic, and self-pitying as the cartoonists who once gave the non-dream variety a bad name. The man who has done as much as anyone to lead comics autobiography out of the aesthetic wilderness has pointed the way to a new one.