Focus Comic publishes one of the worlds first non verbal autistic comic book artist & she’s only 7 years old!

We have ground breaking news! We published one of the world’s first non verbal autistic comic book artist and she is only seven years old! Check out the unboxing film for the Focus comic French main issue, and variant cover by Zoe Marie. Yvonne Wan, the creator of Focus; and Douglas Hebert the main artist and internship coach for Focus was excited to unbox the freshly printed comics in French. The book features one of the worlds first autistic super heroes, art by a community of artists, and interns with autism. Zoe contributed to the community page and also had a variant cover printed to showcase autistic talent. The book comprises of a main story and a community page. We champion kids with autism and disabilities.

The international comic book is now available to buy in two languages – English and French. Lettering the Chinese issue will be Yvonne’s next priority as well as continuing to maintain dignity for autistic individuals by removing the stigma associated with autism globally.

Above is a picture of Yvonne and Doug communicating with Zoe and her mother on web cam.

Here is the main cover by Douglas Hebert and legendary Paul Mounts who is known for working on Spider-man. Thank you Paul Mounts for his continued support in promoting autism awareness and acceptance. Thank you Yvonne and Doug for continuing to promote community through their social work. Thank you to all our contributors and supporters.

Here is the main cover by Zoe Marie and legendary Paul Mounts. Paul Mounts fulfilled Zoe’s dream by bringing her art work alive with his amazing talents in coloring.

Both Books are now available to purchase through our website.

And here’s another picture of Zoe looking super happy to be surrounded by people who love and care for her and others like her.

The French website will be up very soon. In the mean time, please let people know about the great social work we are doing to make a big difference in this world.

Anything is possible with perseverance, dedication and support from the community.

Please support Focus Comic. Please support autistic individuals. Please support autism awareness and acceptance.

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