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    depression comix #435

    Please click here to see the comic on the depression comix website. This is a continuation of the series that began in 419 and continued in 421, 428, 430 and 434. Instead of showing the act I decided to allude to it with a cloud of blood in water. It was just me trying out some different brushes in Clip Studio Pro. I thought of making it red instead…

  • depression comix

    depression comix #434

    Please click here to see the comic on the depression comix website. This is a continuation of the series that began in 419 and continued in 421, 428, and 430. I really like this series because it gives me a chance to describe things and feelings better than the one shots. I can really get deeper into the thinking because I’m building on previous ideas instead of starting over…

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    depression comix #433

    You can read the comic at the depcom site here. The choice between being alone and being with toxicity is a tough one. Either way it’s not good for you, and you have to choose between the lesser of two evils. I initially drew this strip with other characters, but after last week’s I thought a bit more levity was necessary. This is actually my second pass drawing this…

  • depression comix

    depression comix #432

    You can read the comic on the depression comix site here. This comic a little strange. It was just last week when the people in America in power were talking about keeping a mental health database to keep track of potential shooters. The more we talk about the government keeping track of potential problem populations the more it sounds like fascism, and the last panel is a reminder that…

  • depression comix

    depression comix #431

    You can read the comic on the depression comix site here. It’s been a while since we had a double update but it’s never too late. Here’s the latest depression comix, stealing a trope from They Live. I haven’t added any new depression props to the strip for a while so here is a new one, the Sad Glasses.

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    depression comix #430

    You can read the comic on the depression comix site here. This is a continuation of the storyline from #428. I like working on storylines because I don’t feel like I have to start from scratch at panel 1, I can just add to what I’ve already done. In this strip, it looks at the lack of support for people who have had a suicide attempt, and the stigma they…