Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore/Charlie Adlard
Black Hole: Charles Burns
I got this for my birthday, and I'm glad I did, because it's very different from what I usually read. Black Hole is centered around four teenagers in the middle of an STD epidemic that turns its victims into mutants. The art style is haunting and graphic, the story adeptly capturing the fear of ostracism, isolation, uncertainty, and apathy of late adolescence. Reading it was a surreal and uncomfortable experience because of the reoccurring imagery of its hallucination/dream/vision sequences, and its frequent brushes with sex, violence, and grotesque deformity. But it was compelling, and the climax of one character's story was as heartbreaking as anything I've ever read.
Y: The Last Man: Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra
So that's what I think about that stuff. Come back in a couple days for a link to Senseless. Then buy it!