After listening to Swapna and Preeti chatting about it on Twitter, I downloaded the first two issues of Ms. Marvel (Wilson, Alphona, Herring 2014). In this re-do of the original blonde, busty Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teen from Jersey City, finds herself in a position to be a superhero. She's smart, she's geeky, she's normal. This one subverts our expectations of the female superhero in the most marvelous (see that!) ways.
Finally, perhaps the best-known of the comics in this list is Locke and Key (Hill, Rodriguez). First off...these are damn creepy. In the first installment, a troubled teen shoots his guidance counselor and the man's family moves to Key House, an ominous mansion with hidden keys that do some mysterious, maddening things.
For instance, in the second volume, which I just finished, a key can open a person's head, allowing them and others to peruse their memories and even remove them. On the flip side, it's pretty great for cramming since you can drop in a math book and recall all of the knowledge therein.
The artwork in this one is suitable to the overall mood of the comic. At first, I thought they looked plastic or wooden...a bit like marionettes. I still think that, but it just increases the unnerving nature of the stories. Everyone looks slightly "Chucky."
I can recommend every one of these without any hesitation whatsoever. Whether you're feeling energized, invincible, or you're in the mood to be scared...there's something here for everyone.