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One of the First Superheroes with Autism Featured in New Comic Book

September 02, 2014

Omaze, an organization that raises money and awareness for charitable initiatives is once again partnering with Autism Speaks to help make a difference in the lives of all of those affected by autism! Until June 22, 2015 at midnight PST, go to Omaze.com here to enter for a chance to win a trip to meet Paul Rudd at Marvel’s Ant-Man premiere in Los Angeles!

NBC News featured a video of the first ever comic book to feature a superhero with autism!

Dave Kot, the founder of the non-profit organization “Autism at Face Value” created this comic book called “Face Value Comics” which features this superhero. The comic is being sold through Comix Connection in three local comic book stores in York, Pennsylvania.

Autism at Face Value’s goal through their non-profit moving forward is to continue research and community outreach for their comics in the hopes of spreading awareness for autism.

Dave is already working on Issue No. 2 of his comic where he hopes to continue the story of one of the first ever autism superheroes. 

Until June 22, 2015 at midnight PST, go to Omaze.com here to enter for a chance to win a trip to meet Paul Rudd at Marvel’s Ant-Man premiere in Los Angeles! You can read more about the campaign at Omaze.com here