Another fun Gothic comic is the series Hanna is Not a Boy's Name. It's about a paranormal investigator who usually has more enthusiasm than competence.
The author, Tessa Stone, is deeply self-effacing, but the series is really engaging. Besides being charming, the story is relayed through unusual page layouts. Each page is different, changing up frame shape and layout from the preceding. Very energetic fonts and warped frames spike the pages with manic intensity.
I also like the way much of the story is not openly explained. The reader has to do some work to puzzle out various features, like the names Hanna gives the poor zombie guy.
(thanks to my fearsome daughter)