Finished A Dance With Dragons, book 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire series and need to tear through a large pile of comic books now.
The book I'm currently reading ties into both of these.
Currently reading a comic book series called Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and FIona Staples about a family in a shithole of a galaxy. The best description I've heard of the series, and one that I use myself now when selling the series is "A Song of Ice and Fire meets Star Wars."
Warning: This is not a comic for kids, but it certainly is a comic for parents. It follows a mother and father, both fugitives, as they try to find a place for their baby daughter, try to give her an exciting, meaningful childhood, and how she grows. The series really follows their baby as she grows up.
It is also, at times quite gratuitous. Graphic sex and brutal violence help to underscore the state of the galaxy around Hazel and her family. As one friend put it, "It's a comic that, in the same issue, can follow up a beautiful, touching scene about the importance of family with a gloriously-drawn two-page spread of a dragon laying on its back sucking its own dick."
So right up most of our posters' alley.
The comic's got 36 issues out so far, and Brian and Fiona usually take a few months off between six-issue arcs, so now's a great time to catch up. You can find the stuff digitally on Comixology if you have a Kindle/similar device.