There are 16 Variant Covers for the English Issue, and 2 Variant Covers for the French issue. 18 Variant covers in total.

Focus™ Comic is an action adventure horror comic suitable for all ages. It features an autistic hero with super powers and art work by a community of artists including interns with autism.

Check out our latest Focus Comic Panel featuring Goodwill ambassador Tony Todd, Sole Creator Yvonne Wan and main artist Douglas Hebert:

The social cause project is founded and created by Yvonne Wan (A Social Cultural Anthropologist, Autism Documentary film maker and Award Winning Artist). The projects mission is to entertain comic readers internationally and also maintain human dignity for autistic individuals by removing the stigma associated with autism.  The project also helps kids feel like every day heroes and reduce bullying. The social initiative unites  the community by promoting greater representation of autistic talent in the media and comic book industry; a culture of inclusion and provide hope to those affected by autism. This program demonstrates that people with autism can contribute in society in meaningful ways with the help of a supportive community. Click here to learn how art benefits communities especially those with autism. This project is already transforming lives through the social work it has done so far. We have donated 118 comic books to a children’s home with autistic kids and hope to donate more soon.

We have also recently started a free art camp for autistic kids and young adults. We plan on extending the art camp through to the new year:

Summer Camp day 1:

Summer Camp day 2:

We have a national and international communications plan to inspire hope, promote human diversity and community. This includes having an internship program for autistic kids and young adults; community outreach events across the USA; free art workshops at community outreach events, free art summer camp for kids and young adults with autism, and celebrity representation.

The comic book comprises a main story and a community page.

We have a large creative team who have previously done work with DC Comics, Marvel, Universal Studios and more.

Our Focus Team:

Artist Douglas Hebert (Award winning artist, and Elementary school art teacher with experience in teaching 1,500 kids each year) and Artist Yvonne Wan (Award winning artist) are leading the creative team and internship program for autistic kids and young adults.

Main artist: Douglas Hebert, who is Focus Comic’s internship coach; an award winning artist and certified elementary school art teacher with experience teaching autistic kids.

Contributing artists with and without autism include:

  • Yvonne Wan who is an award winning artist and have worked for Cartoon Network; Saatchi and Saatchi and Ogilvy and Mather.
  • Douglas Hebert, award winning artist, Focus internship coach and certified elementary art school teacher.  He has also recently been honored as a hero by ABC News.
  • Tabidi Elkhali, Autistic intern.
  • Francisco Javier Rodriguez who is known for his work on Ecos and Horror.
  • Jenn Corella who is known for her work on IDWs Woman Thology; Markosia Publishing and Living Dead Press

Contributing colorists:

    • Legendary Paul Mounts who is famous for working on Spider Man , Fantastic Four and Ultimates.
    • Luis Guerrero, who is a colorist for DC comics (EG: The Flash); Titan Comics and Vertigo
    • Jim Boswell, who is known for working on Judge Dredd 2000AD; Starship Troopers for Markosia; KiCK! Football magazine and Project Luna: 1947 for Markosia.
    • Ashler Bate, who is known for working on indie comics and satire.
    • Sarah Christina who is known for working on Tomb Raider.
    • Kevin De Castro who is known for working on GI Joe, Scarlett Strike Force and Moon Streak.
    • Steve Canon who is known for working on Sissonne; Last Judgement and super heroes.
    • Ilaria Mercoledi Castagna who is known for working on fantasy, action and humor.

TV Presenter with autism: Gaby Tyrrell.

TV Presenter intern with autism: Nathan Archer, 17 years of age.

Internship coaches: Douglas Hebert and Yvonne Wan.

Art Teacher intern: Elisha Perry.

Interns with autism: We have autistic representation on our team. Zoe Marie is 7 years old and is non verbal. She is a specialist in sign language and loves to draw. Malekith George (13 years old) and Tabidi (23) have their work featured on the community page. Tabidi  received a promotion and is contributing artist to the main story within the comic. Nathan Archer is 17 years old, has autism and is our TV Presenter Intern.


The action adventure comic challenges the stigma associated with autism. The comics purpose is to entertain; inspire hope, help autistic kids feel like every day heroes. We also hope to transform the lives of our interns by enabling them to fulfill their creative potential.

In an exclusive interview with Focus Comic, Tony Todd said: “Focus the comic book, is worth supporting because so many people need new heroes. Making the titular character, someone who’s struggling with social norms. And one who finds clarity while called to duty, is empowering. So many children struggling with autism find power and serenity in either drawing, or playing with crystal clear colors. Focus hopefully, will not only provide a hero worth cheering for, but a hero for the unspoken, on all platforms, for years to come. Focus” (Tony Todd: November 2 2017)

Celebrities who support Focus Comic & Autism Awareness include

Tony Todd; Kevin Sorbo, Adelaide Kane, Kevin McNally, Seth Gilliam, John Wesley Shipp, Sam Jones, Melody Anderson, Aimee Garcia, Mark Pellegrino, David J Fielding, Johnny Yong Bosch, Austin St John, Roger Clark, Rob Wiethoff, Sonny Strait, Sean Schemnel, Cynthia Cranz, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Garrett Wang, Jesse Kove, Ming Chen, Randy Rogel, Gail Kim, Lisa Marie Varon, Irene Bedard, Jed Rees, Jess Harnell, Ellen Dubin, Joe Ochman and Athena Finger. Click here to watch the celebrity interviews.

We recently had a Focus Comic Panel a Greater Austin comic Con and Fan X with Tony Todd which was televised internationally in Amazon Prime with the help of Yvonne Wan, who is also a broadcast film maker.


Above: Focus comic panel wit Tony Todd at FanX comic con 2019.

The comic is published in English and French. We hope to publish it in 9 languages in due course. Our aim is to raise autism awareness and acceptance on a global scale.  Commercial Anthropologist Yvonne Wan will work closely with fluent interpreters to translate the comic into different languages.

Autism Awareness is an important issue that affects everyone in society and our community. Autism Currently affects 1 in 68 kids in the USA, and it is one of the fastest growing developmental disorders in America. Autism is a global issue. People with autism are our neighbors, friends and family. Autism is currently under represented in the media. When autistic individuals are seen in the media, they are often portrayed in a negative way. We hope to address this issue by devising a long term communications plan that will allow people to learn about what autism is, and accept and celebrate human diversity.

So what is special about Focus ? Click here to learn more about Focus.

We have a long term communications plan in place so that the social cause campaign can make a large impact on society.

Yvonne’s ethnographic research into the lives of autistic families is an on going process. We will also continue to film stories about autism at public outreach events such as Comicons to raise autism awareness. We are advocates for autism awareness. Any surplus funds that we raise will go back into our social cause campaign, such as investing more resources into our Autistic internship program (more interns, more training and better equipment) and art camp; improving the production values of the comic, maximizing our reach such as attending more community out reach events, producing educational films and broadcasting them on international TV, donating more books to children’s homes and producing future issues of Focus.

Focus is part of the ‘United Humanities Project’, which is a social cause initiative by Film Ethnographer LLC.

We hope to have community outreach events in all 50 states and increase our social work with your help.

Please order our book and donate funds to help us with our journey.


Sole Creator and Founder: Yvonne Wan

Writer: Yvonne Wan

Communications Planning: Yvonne Wan.

Main Artist: Douglas Hebert, Professional Artist.

Contributing artist for issue one:

Yvonne Wan, Douglas Hebert, Zoe Marie (autistic intern), Tabidi Elkhali (autistic intern), Malekith George (autistic intern), Paul Mounts, Francisco Rodriguez, Kevin De Castro, Jenn Corella, Luis Guerrero, Ashler Bate, Jim Boswell, Steve Canon, Sarah Christina. Ilaria Mercoledi Castagn. Zoe Marie. P. Lysiak. P. Laetitia

Graphic Design and lettering: Yvonne Wan.

Film Production & Animation work: Yvonne Wan.

Advertising & marketing: Yvonne Wan.

Internship Coach: Certified art teacher Douglas Hebert and Certified Social Cultural Anthropologist Yvonne Wan

Art Teacher intern: Elisha Perry.

TV Presenter with autism: Gaby Tyrrell.

TV Presenter Intern with autism: Nathan Archer

All Rights belong to Yvonne Wan, Film Ethnographer LLC.