Sarah Becan is one of those enviable cartoonists who is able to wring strong emotions from very simple ideas. Her Ouija Interviews, which are based on a series of conversations with a Ouija board, are strangely affecting, and her webcomic I think you're sauceome started as a quest for bodily self-acceptance, and has evolved into a celebration of food and being nicer to ourselves.
At present, Becan has a Kickstarter running to collect her Shuteye minicomic series. I love the pitch: each story in the series ends with the main character waking up as the protagonist of the next story, forming an interconnected loop of stories that sounds more Ouroboros than Inception. You can read the first two stories in the series, "Vea" and "The Liar," on Becan's website. The Kickstarter is to fund a shmancy print job with Pantone ink and an embossed felt cover, but if you're like me and you're more or less indifferent to the tactile sensation of books (sorry!), she's offering PDFs and ePubs of the book for a mere $1 donation.