Finished Are You My Mother? by Alison Bechdel.
If Fun Home is about Alison Bechdel and her father, this is (obviously) about her relationship with her mother. (And also a great deal about psychoanalysis, which was really interesting.)
It’s not exactly noteworthy that mothers and daughters have a complicated relationship, but the way it’s portrayed here IS. It’s universal but also unique to them. It perfectly describes pretty much every mother-daughter relationship I know, but at the same time, there are also parts that are theirs alone.
Alison Bechdel is amazing and I admire the way she lays herself completely bare. (Yes, her parents have been exposed, too, but nowhere near as much as she tells her own stories.)