Lunarbaboon as a bit of an impulse buy at TCAF this year. It's a collection of webcomics that focus on the joys and tribulations of fatherhood.
The father has a young son, Moishe, and, one presumes, a very patient wife. Many of the strips, which never run more than two pages, fall into the standard structure for this type of thing, showcasing the funny things that kids say, or describing humorous observations that occur to the cartoonist. These are often pretty amusing.
Even better, though, are the strips that really make use of the freedom comics allow. The cartoonist often shows great imagination in layout or in portraying the world through either the child's, or the very creative dad's, eyes.
There is a poignancy to this book, and it is often very sweet, while also often very truthful, and occasionally, even harsh. Not knowing if the payoff for each strip is going to be a punch to the gut or a laugh is a big part of the fun of reading this book.
Once again, proof that just about anything you buy at TCAF is going to be good...