50. 'Puma Blues,' Stephen Murphy and Michael Zulli
It started as an environmental, post- disaster sci-fi book featuring mutated, flying manta rays as a surprisingly creepy allegory about chaotic pollution — and ended as an almost plot-less prose poem with
Zulli's gorgeous animal drawings. "Puma Blues" is John J. Audubon listening to Crass and dreaming about the Book of Revelations. One of the weirdest comics of a deeply weird era.