The other one was Red Snow by Katsumata, a collection of supernatural manga stories. It has the same melancholic feel as Tatsumi's work, but set in an almost mythical pre-war rural period whereas Tatsumi's work is set in an early post-war urban period. And as usual, not many of the stories have a happy ending either...
And we picked up two more collections of Lucifer, a comic that is a continuation (of sorts) of The Sandman. Main character is Lucifer, who is running a jazz bar in LA after giving up his job as lord of Hell -- as detailed in The Sandman. It's an interesting read for sure, and quite epic at times!
I also borrowed the whole Bone collection from gertvr. The art is pretty: stark black-and-white, but with so much character and depth! And the story starts out as pretty regular, but then it gradually opens up to reveal a truly epic scope! (I wasn't very satisified with the ending though, but I have that a lot these days. ;) )
I've also ordered the six volumes of Akira. I haven't finished those completely yet -- but it's fascinating to see the differences between the manga and the movie, and see where some of the seemingly more 'random' elements of the movie came from.