The Frontline Comics Project website, which includes seven comics that each describe a story from COVID-19's early years, has been launched by Graphic Medicine International Collective. These are the outcomes of a joint effort between comic book creators and front-line healthcare workers.
This bibliography was created in an effort to help library staff who were unfamiliar with this genre better understand the field of comics about health. There are 30 links to annotations available. You may also find a printable, downloadable PDF file with the entire collection of annotations.
From the site, "this module uses comics and drawing activities to help students better understand the multiple perspectives of those who interact with the health care system, and shows how comics can be used to communicate about the illness experience."