I didn't pick up any floppies this week, but I had to make this week's thread so I could very belatedly rave about Habibi which I ignored last year a d started reading last night.
Wow, this book. I flipped through Blankets when it came out and it didn't really grab me.
Here's a two-color poster of one of the memorable scenes from Habibi:
This book is gorgeous and harsh. I'm less than halfway through and really impressed; this is the kind of dense work that requires going back a second time to absorb all the details. It reminds me of what I liked about. Cartoon History of the Universe, in a way.