Mental Illness Webcomics

A subcategory of Webcomics that explores mental illness from a personal and at times humorous perspective. Thus giving a unique visual representation of one of the most misunderstood human maladies. Tropes in this genre include therapy, depression and various mental disorders.
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  • Better Drawn: A collection of comics by various artists who are dealing with long-term mental and physical illnesses: anxiety, PTSD, social phobia, heart disease, cancer, dissociation, and more.
  • Depression Comix: A sometimes gut-wrenching, sometimes tender, often relatable series of comics about the daily struggles of life with depression.
  • Hyperbole and a Half: A journal comic by Allie Brosh that tackles her personal battle with depression with her unique sense of manic humor.
  • I Do Not Have An Eating Disorder: Khale Mchurst chronicles her journey with disordered eating and the inevitable tangled web of depression and anxiety associated with it.
  • Im Crazy: An award-winning autobiographical tale by Adam Bourret of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
  • Invisible Injury Beyond PTSD: A short comic addresses not just the symptoms of PTSD, but also the sense of "moral injury" that people can feel when they are asked to betray their sense of right and wrong.
  • Look Straight Ahead: A webcomic featuring a protagonist suffering from bipolar disorder with severe delusions while trying to cope with high school and the bullying and peer pressure that come with it.
  • Our Mad Life: Follow Paige and Evan and their adventures with mental illness, recovery, and relationships. It's funny, really!
  • Psychiatric Tales: Darryl Cunningham's comic about his own struggle with mental illness and his experiences working as a mental health nurse was later published in print, but most of it is still available on his livejournal [1].
  • Robot Hugs: A webcomic featuring a sensitive, blue-haired hero, who waxes philosophic about topics ranging from living with mood disorders, to sexuality, to intersectional feminism, to cats.
  • Sinners Of Saint Paul: Basically every character is mentally ill. There's a green dude who's mentally ill, and a superpowered chick who's also mentally ill with a mentally ill mother, etc.
  • Sunny And Blue: A webcomic that looks at the evolving relationship of an eternal optimist and a depressed pessimist.
  • Two Guys and Guy: Two of the main characters are having serious mental troubles (extreme anxiety, rage, need for mental manipulation) and is stated, that both may (or may not) existed just in the head of the third main character. A big part of comic take place at terapy sesions.
  • The Glass Scientists:Well, the main character is Dr. Jekyll...
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