Category: depression comix

depression comix #467

You can go right to the whole comic by clicking here. I admire the people who have the courage to post their face to the world.  It’s something I don’t do that often myself. I have a picture on Patreon but that’s because it was suggested to have one...

depression comix #466

I really haven’t been updating this site, and it hasn’t been because I haven’t been making comics because I was still making them.  It’s just because it’s been a difficult period for me and having the spoons to do everything was really difficult. Over the summer I was effortlessly...

depression comix #465

You can read the whole strip here. “Armchair therapists” is a term I want to be more popular. People who have very little training in psychology and mental illness spouting advice that is completely and utterly unhelpful.  I originally wrote this strip with very different dialogue but I didn’t...

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...