Comics for Education and Advocacy
Everything Geek Club Books does, even our name, is focused on encouraging pride in our diversity and celebrating our uniqueness. We want the autistic community to be represented, feel empowered, and know that their voices matter!
It’s vitally important that the neurodiverse community see a positive reflection of themselves in literature and pop culture. Our autistic-created comics help children and adults gain a better understanding of the autism experience.
Comics for Public Awareness and Acceptance
“Hear Our Spectrum of Voices” comic highlights quotes from autistic advocates. It will help you have a deeper understanding about the autism experience.
“A Day in the Life” comic features interviews with #ActuallyAutistic adults in the real world who have found success in their own way.
By this point, everyone’s aware of autism. It exists! We get it! It’s time to embrace autism acceptance. And it’s time to start listening to autistic people who have their own voices and know what they need.
Need help explaining or understanding autism? Rebecca Burgess created this comic to help you understand the spectrum in a more accurate way.
Mighty League Autism Comics for Kids
Mighty League, Vol. 1: The Terrible Taunting is the tale of an autistic superhero on a quest to stop bullying on the playground. It teaches lessons on autism, being different, friendship, and handling bullying.
In Mighty League, Vol 2: The Horrible Hug, our superheroes turn into star ship captains who embark on a journey to an alien planet—a brand new school. It teaches lessons on autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, acceptance, self-confidence, and trust.
Our website at Geek Club Books is a platform for autistic voices, positive autism advocacy and education, and sharing autism resources we think you’ll want to know about. In addition to our autistic-themed comic, here are topics we cover and questions we explore:
- How to Find Resources
- What is Autism?
- What is Autism Awareness?
- Autism Myths
- Autism Glossary
- Books by Autistic Authors
- Autistic or Person with Autism?
- Speech and Language
- Autism Business Ideas
- Autistic Self-Care
- Asking Autistics Resource Page
- Zoom Autism Magazine – Autism through many lenses
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