One of the few things I miss, having cut ties with Facebook and the things they own, such as Instagram, is Catana Comics. So, when I saw this on the shelf at Target, I straight up threw it in my cart. For me, the Holy Trinity of long-running comics is probably Peanuts, Sarah Scribbles, and Catana. In other words, just as this book is titled You Are Home, when I read it, I do in fact feel at home. Nearly every single comic in this collection is relatable on a deeply personal level for me. In some cases you might have to do a gender swap, such as in the one where Catana herself is enjoying inflicting pain upon herself with the food she eats, as that’s definitely me (I paid $20 at FYE for the One Chip Challenge that made me blubber almost instantly; days later, I found it at Five Below and cursed myself and FYE’s prices), but I’m being serious when I say that’s about all the extra legwork you need to do to make any of these fit our lives perfectly. And it’s not just the novelty of seeing myself reflected on the page; like with Peanuts, Catana forever finds the funny in the mundane. In Peanuts case, it was centered largely around childhood. In Catana‘s, it obviously focuses primarily upon relationships. And just as anybody who’s ever been a child can find something relatable in Peanuts, anybody who’s ever been in a relationship can find something relatable in Catana.