Let $X$ be a rational surface, say $X$ is del Pezzo surface. Let $D$ be $(-1)$-class divisor, i.e: $D^2=-1$ and $D^2+D.K_X=-2$. It is easy to show that on del Pezzo surface any $(-1)$-class divisor is irreducible $(-1)$-rational curve. We know the intersection graph of $(-1)$-curve on $X$, say if $K_X^2=6$, it is a $6$-gon, if $K_X^2=5$, it is Perterson graph and so on. It is easy to show that the graph for any rational surface, say degree $\geq 1$ only depends on $deg(X)$, the differences are the irreducibility of vertices.
Now, assume that $X$ is smooth surface of general type with $p_g=q=0$,(maybe minimal or not)with $K_X^2>0$, is there any interesting example of surface such that the intersection graph of $(-1)$-class can be drawn? Or a simpler question, how many $(-1)$-classes can the surface have? Are there finitely many?