Injection is brilliant, even if I think you may well feel like the idea is being stretched out it's at least being stretched out very interestingly. His novels, Gun Machine and Crooked Little Vein, were both pleasingly gonzo-sinister-tech. Yet to check out his latest, Normal. And Black Cross surprised me pleasantly as a bit of weird americana with a strong gothic and eldritch vibe amidst what is ostensibly a superhero story, though it was a little curtailed after a slow start.
Personally I have just read my wife's copies of Paper Girls , which seems like it was designed to tap into the Stranger Things 80s nostalgia trend that suddenly arrived but is sufficiently weird and charming to win on its own merits. Still got no idea exactly whats going on but looking forward to finding out.
I also read all of the new Dr Strange series from my dad's collection whilst oop north. Highly recommended! One of those big upheavals to a status quo that actually sticks around for a little while (at least) and opens up some interesting and fun avenues for stories and development. And best of all its not even tied in to the movie, which is refreshing. Doesn't hurt that it's got great artwork to boot. Anyway, the first time I have liked Dr Strange as a character in and of himself, rather than simply a cool design and a Deus Ex MacGuffin that helps Spiderman with the odd magical story.