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Diversity in Graphic Novels and Comics: Psychology

Resources to help you locate, create and learn more about graphic novels with diversity themes in the IU Southeast Library collections.


Graphic novels often deal with complex emotions or psychological problems of characters.  Different cultures will handle psychological challenges differently, and graphic novels are a good entrance into disucssing multicultural psychology.

This selection includes temporary psychological issues (depression), as well as life-long issues impacting the mind (autism, PTSD).

Psychological Issues in Graphic Novels