This looks interesting — a video about the development of a graphic novel on neuroscience. The Guardian, which produced the video that is embedded below (though I’m not sure if it’s viewable through an RSS Reader) makes it sound pretty interesting:

Artist Matteo Farinella and neuroscientist Hana Ros of University College London collaborated to create a graphic novel called Neurocomic about a hapless character who is sucked into a human brain where he encounters bizarre creatures and famous neuroscientists. The objective is to introduce the neurochemical workings of the brain to a wider audience, so entertainment, storytelling and clever metaphors are just as important to the enterprise as the science

You can read more about it here.