With the new popularity of non-fiction comics, sometimes it is tough to weed through them all to find a gem. Calling Dr. Laura is one such gem. It follows the author as she tries to find her father, who she recently finds is alive, through a psychic. Along the way, we learn about Georges’ childhood, her strained relationship with her mother, and her partners, her friends, her music, her art, her community, her chickens and dogs.
Lev and Samara Meyer, a brother and sister who live in a half-Hasidic, half-hipster neighborhood of Montreal, find themselves obsessed with the kabbalah's tree of life after their father, who holds the obsession as well, has a heart attack.