Author: FocusComic

New retail partner in Michigan

Thank you Comics and More in Madison’s Heights, Michigan for carrying our title Focus comic in support of autism awareness and acceptance. Yvonne Wan and Douglas Hebert had a fun community outreach event at the store. If you live near the area please drop by to grab your copy of Focus comic which features art by a community of artists… Read more →

Focus community outreach event in Phoenix July 23rd, celebrating one of the worlds first non verbal autistic comic book artist covers

Please join Focus Comic at Samurai comic store in Phoenix to celebrate the release of our French issue of Focus comic featuring art by one of the worlds first non verbal autistic Comic book artist: Zoé Marie who is 7. Internship coach :  Douglas Hebert. Cover line art by Zoé, cover colored by Paul Mounts. Comic strip by Zoé is… Read more →

Focus comic to attend Stan Lee’s Los Angeles comic con and will have a panel

Focus comic will have a booth at Stan Lee’s LA comic convention between 11-13 October! We will also have a panel to promote our social cause initiative and autism awareness. Join us in LA in California to learn about our latest social initiative developments, grab a copy of our English and French issue of Focus, check out our original art… Read more →

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… Read more →

Community Outreach at Ace Comic Con Seattle a great success

Focus Comic had a successful community outreach event at Ace Comic Con Seattle where the creator Yvonne Wan; and main artist Douglas Hebert met the general public and provided free art workshops for kids and young adults. Thank you Ace Comic Con for consistently supporting us by providing us a platform to reach a massive audience in raising autism awareness. We enjoyed… Read more →