The only reasonably bright comet in my sky is 2017 T2 PANSTARRS. I did a presentation at NASTRO recently and mentioned that PANSTARRS will make a close approach to the Perseus Double Cluster during late January.
Here's a finderchart for the comet showing its progress from now until early February.
During the last ten days of January the comet will pass within 1 degree (about 2 moon widths) the Double Cluster. A nice opportunity to find the comet visually or to frame it in a potentially great photo!
This isn't a spectacular comet visually. It will be around 9th magnitude so best views will be a with a telescope. It is expected to brighten to 8th magnitude by the Spring. At that point it should be detectable with good binoculars.
Further details at the links below: