I haven't been this excited to lend out a book since Ms Marvel. Vision, by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta, is easily my favorite series of 2016. However, the first thing I always have do is convince people to forget about what they think this book is going to be about.
Vision is not a hero-punches-villain book, it's a tragedy, from the very first issue. Like those 1950s stories of dysfunctional families struggling to find why they're the only ones that aren't perfect, mixed with the confused sentience of Westworld or Blade Runner.
Below is the complete Vision in hardcover:
The books are also available in paperback, but given their inseparability and being the same combined price as the hardcover, you should really get that instead. Still though, for anyone interested: