Clay Jonathan is creating webcomics about mental health
124

patrons

$193
per strip
This Patreon is for supporters who wish to support my work on a per strip basis. If you'd like to support my work on a monthly basis, please use this Patreon instead.

Hi, my name is Clay. I draw webcomics about depression and living with mental illness and put them on the internet. These comics aim to try to understand the illness from the perspective of not only someone who has lived with it but from the perspective of their family and friends.

Although all my work is on the web for free, I do need help with hosting, supplies, art classes, and the copious amounts of coffee needed to compete this work. I also keep the website completely free of advertising and gimmicks to keep the page as readable and accessible as possible. Because of Patreon, I can host it without requiring ads, pop ups, or selling stuff, and this allows me to concentrate on bringing you the best comic I can do.

In case you're interested, one strip is published a week (four to five, depending on how many Fridays there are in a month). Thank you very much for your support!

Please visit depression comix to view the archives! Or you can also visit the site on tumblr, Facebook, Twitter (@depressioncomix), Pinterestor deviantART.

Thank you very much for your time and your support!
Rewards
Free Downloads
$1 or more per strip 57 patrons
If you pledge $1.00/strip, you will have access to downloads of all the strips. Currently there is a format that you can use your favorite CBR reader with and soon I plan to have PDFs for you to use as well.


You can also read commentaries for new strips as they are published every Friday.

In Progress and Hi-Res Strips
$2 or more per strip 50 patrons
In addition to the downloads, if you pledge $2.00 or more, you will have access to strips in progress through snapshots so you can see my mistakes as they happen. Also I am aiming to be ahead of production, so you will be able to preview strips before they get published. The strips are posted at a far greater resolution than published anywhere else.
This Patreon is for supporters who wish to support my work on a per strip basis. If you'd like to support my work on a monthly basis, please use this Patreon instead.

Hi, my name is Clay. I draw webcomics about depression and living with mental illness and put them on the internet. These comics aim to try to understand the illness from the perspective of not only someone who has lived with it but from the perspective of their family and friends.

Although all my work is on the web for free, I do need help with hosting, supplies, art classes, and the copious amounts of coffee needed to compete this work. I also keep the website completely free of advertising and gimmicks to keep the page as readable and accessible as possible. Because of Patreon, I can host it without requiring ads, pop ups, or selling stuff, and this allows me to concentrate on bringing you the best comic I can do.

In case you're interested, one strip is published a week (four to five, depending on how many Fridays there are in a month). Thank you very much for your support!

Please visit depression comix to view the archives! Or you can also visit the site on tumblr, Facebook, Twitter (@depressioncomix), Pinterestor deviantART.

Thank you very much for your time and your support!

Recent posts by Clay Jonathan

Rewards
Free Downloads
$1 or more per strip 57 patrons
If you pledge $1.00/strip, you will have access to downloads of all the strips. Currently there is a format that you can use your favorite CBR reader with and soon I plan to have PDFs for you to use as well.


You can also read commentaries for new strips as they are published every Friday.

In Progress and Hi-Res Strips
$2 or more per strip 50 patrons
In addition to the downloads, if you pledge $2.00 or more, you will have access to strips in progress through snapshots so you can see my mistakes as they happen. Also I am aiming to be ahead of production, so you will be able to preview strips before they get published. The strips are posted at a far greater resolution than published anywhere else.