Sakaguchi is in an abusive sexual relationship with his step father, but he enjoys the pain because it helps mask darker memories from his past. He then meets another student who also has a troubled background who may be the person to help him stop his self-inflicted pain.
A manga centering around just what the title implies – suicide. Based on the movie of the same name [usually referred to as Suicide Club], this is a disturbing and unnerving manga. The manga has self harm threw out it.
Ayumu Shiiba is studying for the all-important high school entrance exams. She is struggling to get by, but thankfully has help from her best friend Shii-chan, who is at the top of their class. Test results come back and their friendship falls apart when Ayumu surpasses Shii-chan's scores and gets into her high school of choice while Shii-chan doesn't!
Losing Shii-chan is so painful for Ayumu that she starts cutting her wrists for comfort. Hoping for a fresh start, Ayumu arrives at her new high school and finally opens up to a new friend, Manami. But will Manami prove to be the friend that Ayumu truly needs or send her further in a downward spiral?
It is a graphic tale on self injury "Painkiller" on Facebook. It expresses the feelings one gets in words and pictures, as I have found not everybody can explain what they feel, and therefore why they do it. You are welcome to tell your story and/or to encourage ohers.
A comic book series in a world much like our own except that many of the people have superpowers. Follows a superpowered CIA squad dubbed "The Boys," who keep an eye on superheroes and intimidate or kill them if necessary.
A teenage group of superheroes in the book called TEENAGE KIK has a character named PopClaw with retractable claws. She self-injures by cutting herself with her blades.
The Crow is a comic book series created by James O'Barr.
The story revolves around an unfortunate young man named Eric. He and his fiancée, Shelly, are assaulted by a gang of street thugs after their car breaks down. Eric is shot in the head and is paralyzed, and can only watch as Shelly is savagely beaten and raped. They are then left for dead on the side of the road.
He is resurrected by a crow and seeks vengeance on the murderers, methodically stalking and killing them. When not on the hunt, Eric stays in the house he shared with Shelly, spending most of his time there lost in memories of her. Her absence is torture for him; he is in emotional pain, even engaging in self-mutilation by cutting himself.
The Crow acts as both guide and goad for Eric, giving him information that helps him in his quest but also chastising him for dwelling on Shelly's death, seeing his pining as useless self-indulgence that distracts him from his purpose.
X-23 (Laura Kinney) was created for the X-Men: Evolution animated television series as a female clone of Wolverine. She has cut herself with her own claws from a very young age when she experiences unusual or tense feelings.
In the X-Force series X-23 self-injures after Wolverine scolds her for her own self-condemnation for rescuing another character.
Her first comic debut was in the NYX series where she lives in New York City and works as a prostitute. She specializes in cutting masochistic patrons. She also cuts herself with her own claws.
In the Children of X-Men series X-23 is upset after Surge kisses Hellion and she runs away. Mercury finds X-23 in the restroom. She has destroyed it and she has also cut herself.
My name is Gabrielle and I am twenty-eight years old. I began to self-injure at age fifteen -- so nearly thirteen years minus a two year period. This website is one about self-injury (self-harm), made to let self-injurers know that they are not alone and to help their friends and family learn more about self-injury and how it affects their loved one.