From illustrator Kotaline Jones, a comic about the ups, downs, and in-betweens of depression. You can find more comics and illustrations from Kotaline Jones on her website. Her work deals with mental health, sexuality, and self-discovery — and the occasional video game, too.
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Social anxiety and other mental health issues can make expressing yourself a challenge — which increases your anxiety — which makes expressing yourself even harder. This comic by Incidental Comics’ Grant Snider explores that particularly recursive issue.
Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and games stories you’ve missed. This week we check in with the comic book world, consider the value of empathy games, and share a reminder to creators to take care of themselves. Marvel’s Hulk Is Telling a Painful Story About the Psychological Trauma of Being a […]
This comic by artist Michael K has an important message for everyone struggling with their own transition: you deserve acceptance from yourself and others no matter where you are in your journey and no matter how you plan to move forward. You can find more of Michael’s work on Tumblr, where he has an ongoing […]
Wrapping up mental health awareness month, enjoy this brilliant comic from Venezuelan illustrator yuroran.
Living with mental health issues is an ongoing challenge, one that can take more from us than people realize. For Mental Health Awareness Month, illustrator Tevy Khou shared this personal story about life with depression, anxiety and PTSD, and the cost of those struggles. Hope is healing, and it’s important to hold onto it — […]
Enjoy the occasional laugh at your depression or anxiety’s expense? Head on over to James of No Trades. Artist James Regan tackles mental health with a good helping of cynicism for those days when you’re full up on inspiration. He nails the way humor can still thrive when you’re depressed. http://jamesfregan.tumblr.com/post/158890497385 He knows exactly how […]
It’s safe to say Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 opened well. At $145 million on its first weekend, it falls within the top 20 opening weekends of all time. Not a bad start for the second outing of a space-faring band of misfits. Writer and director James Gunn was quick to celebrate with a […]
If you’re a comic creator who has dealt with anxiety disorders in your daily life, here’s a great opportunity to tell your story: Sweaty Palms Vol. 2 is now accepting pitches for three to twelve-page autobiographical comics about anxiety. According to its editors, the goal of the comic anthology is to “raise awareness of mental […]
Today, we have a comic from Claudia Rinofner to remind us to celebrate even the smallest signs of growth or recovery. This comic was originally posted on Rinofner’s website and is reposted with her generous permission. You can find more of her work at Polterink.