Psychological Graphic Novels

Graphic Novels that richly dive into a characters' minds and inner feelings, show how we humans can unstably act and become, people's behavior and reactions to social issues, and different ways people think, express themselves, etc.

The story needn't become psychological right away, it doesn't have to deal with grim and gritty themes. The story's subject matter can even be about common life occurrences or non horror stories.
And Lastly, what might primarily have the story become psychological is how it's able to make us be mind boggled along with it's inhabitants.
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