The top 10 most deadly epidemics are included in this comic, Death By The Numbers, on The Nib. Click image for full comic.
The Seattle Public Health Department launched this comic on quarantine preparedness, No Ordinary Flu, drawn by David Lasky, in 2016. It is available for order or download in many languages. Click image for more information. Meredith Li-Vollmer wrote this reflection on revisiting this comic in the time of Covid-19.
Public health professional and cartoonist Whit Taylor created this prescient comic, America Isn’t Ready for a Pandemic, in 2018.
Once in a Century Pandemic by Joyce Rice, Eleri Harris, and Sarah Milk.
Robert Ullman made this comic, “Skating on Thin Ice” about the last time sporting championships were cancelled, 100 years ago, due to the 1918 flu pandemic.
Jared Gardner posted Spanish Flu comics on the website for the Drawing Blood exhibit that he curated for the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.
“What Made The Black Death So Deadly & Who Were The Plague Doctors” – animated doc from The Infographics Show
Not a comic, but a fascinating visual of the history of pandemics. Click for full post.