Category: depression comix

depression comix #464

It’s been a month since I’ve posted here — it’s not that I haven’t been doing comics, as I have — I’ve been dealing with a low grade depression for a while, and I’ve been able to do the absolute minimum. I don’t know why October hit me so...

depression comix #463

You can read the entire strip here. I find myself asking the question Raven asks in the end to myself a lot.  This was completed before Ruth Ginsberg passed away and it seems all more relevant now. I added Phoenix to this strip although she doesn’t say a word. ...

depression comix #462

You can read the comic in full here. I’ve struggled for a long time how to introduce bipolar in the comic. I get requests for it, but the problem is bipolar is such a multi-faceted diagnosis that it’s really difficult to capture anything in only 4 panels. But I...

depression comix #461

Please read the comic on the depression comix site here. Autistic people are far more likely than neurotypicals to get depression, and a large predictor of that is loneliness, according to Han, Tomarkin, and Gotham (2019)  I didn’t have a lot of time to plan this one out so...

depression comix #458

You can read the whole comic here. It was time to take a break from coronavirus stuff and I had a desire to draw Raven. I really took a liking to this character after Strawberry and Later that Night, and doing the third part of that trilogy has always...

depression comix #457

You can read the comic on the depcom site here. Continuing the storyline. One thing about the particular storyline is that it is kind of a marker, where pre-covid depcom becomes post-covid depcom. The world has changed, and the strip needs to reflect that. When I posted this yesterday, there...