Mooncop by Tom Gauld
As the lunar colony winds down, the hero, the mooncop, goes about his daily business finding less and less to actually do. He helps an old lady find her lost dog, delivers a wandering automaton back to the museum, but in every panel, more and more of the colony dwindles. Tom Gauld, a cartoonist with the Guardian and New York Times, writes and illustrates this quirky, short novel in his distinctly start manner. The visuals are drawn in variations of blue and gray and the words are sparse giving the whole book the same melancholy feel that the mooncop seems to be feeling. Still, the story is softly funny and beautifully imaginative science fiction.