Focus comic had a successful community outreach at the Comickaze Comic books and more Store in San Diego, where they had a booth for two days within the Art District Area.
Thank you Comikaze for carrying our title, and for supporting our social cause initiative.
It was a pleasure introducing people to Focus the autistic super hero, including kids and young adults on the spectrum.
We had a community coloring competition where kids were invited to color in Focus the autistic super hero for a chance to win cool prizes. Here are some of the best submissions:
Here is a video showing some of the participants of the coloring competition, and the prize giving ceremony. Prizes were provided by Focus comic and Comickaze Store. Thanks to everyone who entered the community coloring competition. We are supporters of the arts.
Here is an interview with Robert Scott, the owner of Comickaze about his thoughts on Focus comic and the importance of autistic representation. Robert Scott employs staff with autism and supports people of all abilities:
Yvonne and Doug engaged with the public regarding autism awareness and acceptance and the social initiative. Here are two interviews that Yvonne filed at Comickaze. Feel free to check out what John has to say about autism awareness and representation:
Lastly, here is an interview with Loopy, who is a Tony Todd fan and was delighted to hear that he is using his celebrity voice for social good (Tony Todd is the voice of Focus, appears within the comic as the character Thato and is also the project’s goodwill ambassador).
Please visit Comicaze if you live in the San Diego area. Alternatively, you may order a copy through this website or through one of our retailer partners across the USA.