Very Kind Reviews & Interviews
Some very kind people have written about depression comix:
2011-11-11 – Fleen, a blog about webcomics by Gary Tyrrell, gave depression comix a nod.
2011-11-17 – Sequential Sadness: Exploring the Pain of Depression in Webcomics by Lauren Davis (ComicsAlliance) explores the recurring theme of depression in a number of webcomics, depression comix being one of them.
2011-11-18 “A Face for Depression”
2012-03-18 TL-DR A Review a Day – Depression Comix
2012-06-25 “Depressed, expressed”
2014-01-08 “This comic captures the day-to-day horrors of living with depression” in i09.
2014-05-15 “10 Comcs That Can Help You Understand Mental Illness” in io9.
2015-01-31 “It’s not always ha ha hee hee” in the Bangalore Mirror. It says I am Australian for some reason.
2015-06-23 depression comix was one of the blogs featured in “Early Theme Adopters: Gazette” on the WordPress.com blog although I switched themes shortly after.
2016-04-25 “One Panel at a Time: Illustrating Depression” – depression comix was featured on WordPress.com’s Discover blog complete with interview.
2017-11-05 depression comix #344 was a Daily Deviaton on deviantART.
2013-06-25 illustration #6 [nsfw] was featured in Illustration Daily (Adult section)
2013-09-19 illustration #2 was featured in “21 Comics That Capture The Feeling of Depression” on Buzzfeed
Articles Strips Have Been Used In
Some writers have asked me permission to use a depression comix strip in their article about mental illness:
2012-03-10 “Depressao na vida adulta” by Carla Ribeiro (in Portuguese; used #9, also in Portuguese)
2012-03-19 “Impostor Syndrome” by DeeDee (Used #10)
2012-04-25 “How I Cured My Impostor Syndrome” by Jacquelyn Gill (Used #10)
2012-07-16 “Depression, Imposter Syndrome, and the Importance of Being Wrong” by Invader Xan (Used Illustration #2 “Lost”)
Webpages About depression comix
TV Tropes Page on depression comix – the comic is deconstructed here.