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Face Value Comics (2013) Autism at Face Value comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Face Value Comics (2013) Autism at Face Value 1A

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    1st printing. By David and Angela Kot. Comic books are full of heroes in hiding, but real world heroes with autism are beginning to come to the attention of others, and theyre making people realize just how amazing they truly are. Entrepreneurs with autism are proving that no matter what experts may say about someones abilities, finding an ones unique skills is just a matter of being open to seeing them. Using realworld clinical descriptions of autism and other challenges to help guide our fictional characters behaviors. Furthermore, each main character has undergone a fictional psychological assessment, complete with AXIS I and II definitions. Saddle-stitched, 28 pages, full color.

  • Issue #1B
    Face Value Comics (2013) Autism at Face Value 1B

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    2nd printings. By David and Angela Kot. Comic books are full of heroes in hiding, but real world heroes with autism are beginning to come to the attention of others, and theyre making people realize just how amazing they truly are. Entrepreneurs with autism are proving that no matter what experts may say about someones abilities, finding an ones unique skills is just a matter of being open to seeing them. Using realworld clinical descriptions of autism and other challenges to help guide our fictional characters behaviors. Furthermore, each main character has undergone a fictional psychological assessment, complete with AXIS I and II definitions. Saddle-stitched, 28 pages, full color.

  • Issue #2
    Face Value Comics (2013) Autism at Face Value 2

    By David and Angela Kot. Comic books are full of heroes in hiding, but real world heroes with autism are beginning to come to the attention of others, and theyre making people realize just how amazing they truly are. Entrepreneurs with autism are proving that no matter what experts may say about someones abilities, finding an ones unique skills is just a matter of being open to seeing them. Using realworld clinical descriptions of autism and other challenges to help guide our fictional characters behaviors. Furthermore, each main character has undergone a fictional psychological assessment, complete with AXIS I and II definitions. Saddle-stitched, 28 pages, full color.