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Cirdan our 14 year old autistic intern signs his first trading card

Cirdan our 14 year old autistic intern signs his first trading card

Elias our Focus comic 14 year old art intern with autism mails off his first autograph to a fan of his. Support Autistic talent by ordering Elias trading card and autograph at focuscomic.com 100% of the autograph money goes to his trust fund.

Cirdan our 16 year old intern with autism mails out his first autograph request

Cirdan our 16 year old intern with autism mails out his first autograph request

Check out these images and this short film where Cirdan our 16 year old Focus comic trading card intern with autism mails off his first autograph to a fan of his. Support Autistic talent by ordering Cirdans trading card and autograph today. 100% of the autograph money goes to his trust fund. 

New intern with autism: Cirdan Mater

New intern with autism: Cirdan Mater

We are proud to announce that Cirdan Mater has joined our Focus comic team as our latest trading card intern with autism. Cirdan is 16 years old and loves Focus Comic, Spider-man and Star Wars. We started teaching him last year at our art camp and was delighted to see him apply for this internship…

300 smiles achieved

300 smiles achieved

Message from Yvonne Wan, Focus comic creator: I am pleased to announce that we have reached our Fundraising goal in support of special needs kids in foster care with the help, kindness and generosity of our loving community. I know we are living in difficult times due to the pandemic, but we are determined to…

Check out the Focus Comic trading card by autistic artist Elias Gregoire – age 14

Check out the Focus Comic trading card by autistic artist Elias Gregoire – age 14

We are proud to announce the release of our new Focus comic trading card by autistic artist Elias Kal-El Gregoire, age 14. We are really proud of how he is developing his skills on the Focus comic free trading card art internship program. In this picture Elias drew Focus doing a 3d fly kick. Elias…

New intern with autism

New intern with autism

We are proud to announce that Eli Gregoire has joined our Focus comic team as our latest trading card intern with autism. Eli is 14 years old and loves Focus Comic and Sonic the hedgehog. We started teaching him last year at our art camp and was delighted to see him apply for this internship…

Focus comic to offer free online art tutorials for kids

Focus comic to offer free online art tutorials for kids

We are pleased to announce that Focus comic will be offering free online art tutorials for kids on how to draw portraits. Classes will be taught by certified art teacher Douglas Hebert, with Yvonne Wan handling the filming, editing and distribution. The art tutorials are available for three different age groups, 6 -9, 9-10, 10-13…

Focus comic Autism Awareness Tee shirts

Focus comic Autism Awareness Tee shirts

We are releasing 3 Focus comic tee shirts in support of a great #superhero horror comic and autism awareness. Focus comic features an autistic super hero and maintains dignity for autistic individuals by removing the stigma associated with #autism. My pencil art can be seen on the tee shirt featuring a portrait of Focus. Order…

Focus Comic Trading Card Internship Applications are Open

Focus Comic Trading Card Internship Applications are Open

Focus Comic are proud to be championing kids with disabilities. Focus features one of the worlds first autistic super heroes, art by Marvel and DC comics professionals plus interns with autism.  We are now accepting applications for new trading card interns. The trading card internship is different from the Comic internship program. The trading card…

Focus comic in Hong Kong

Focus comic in Hong Kong

Thank you Metro Comics for becoming our latest retail partner for Focus Comic in HongKong. The English and Chinese issue of Focus Comic will hit their shelves in 2 weeks! Please grab a copy if you live in Hong Kong. Proceeds go towards project Focus which is part of a humanitarian project benefiting special needs…

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