M.D. is a French comic book series created by Jean-Charles Kraehn and Patrick Cothias. The first volume of the series, "Initiation", was published in 1997 by Glénat Éditions.magazine-cover-not-available.png

The series follows the adventures of a group of young doctors who are sent to work in a remote hospital in Africa. The doctors face numerous challenges as they struggle to provide medical care in a resource-limited environment and navigate the complexities of their own personal lives.

M.D. has been praised for its realistic depictions of medical practice and its exploration of broader issues in global health, such as poverty, disease, and political instability. The series has been translated into multiple languages, including English, and has been well-received by audiences around the world.

In addition to the main series, M.D. has also spawned several spin-off volumes and one-shots, as well as an animated television series. The series has won several awards, including the Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for Best Series in 2002.

Overall, M.D. is a well-regarded comic book series that explores the challenges and complexities of practicing medicine in a global context, with a focus on thoughtful storytelling and realistic depictions of medical practice.{{Categories}}

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