Copper - Kazu Kibuishi I just enjoyed reading the copper book for the first time. Interestingly enough, my first exposure to copper was in book format vs. web format. It was a highly pleasant experience. Copper is a story about a boy and his dog. Both embark on journeys together and retain a solid friendship. The work reminded me of two kinds of naturalism that could apply to one's thoughts and actions, and although not as overt, it reminded me a lot of this xkcd comic here (with Copper being the "enchanted" one and Fred the "disenchanted" one). Beautiful art. Engaging panels. Well worth adding to a personal or library collection. (At the very least, check out the original webcomic, though the actual book is a gorgeous thing to behold.) Also, there is a great bonus at the end when the author explains his creative process and shows how copper goes from an idea to a finished comic.