Autistic JMan and his hedgehog sidekick, Mr. Redge are the unstoppable, secret superhero team who save a classmate from the poking pranks of Dr. Evil Touch! Join this quirky duo on their quest to stop a bully, make the school playground a peaceful place, and more importantly, make a new friend who likes crime fighting, capes and karate, too. Discover JMan’s notebook on each page with info on what it’s like to be on the autism spectrum.
Don’t forget to check out Mighty League, Vol. 2: The Horrible Hug!
ABOUT THIS PDF COMIC | This story is based on the real JMan, Jonathan Murphy, and his own adventures growing up with Aspergers Syndrome. Written by his sister, Molly Murphy, and narrated by Jonathan, the story is told by someone who sees his world from a very unique perspective.
THINK ABOUT IT | This comic includes questions for deeper thinking and discussion about autism, Aspergers Syndrome, bullying and friendship.
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