Spectrum of Voices Comic
What is the Autism Spectrum?
If you truly want to understand the autism spectrum, it is important that you hear from autistic adults and learn from their life experiences. They are the true experts about autism!
Rebecca Burgess is a comic artist and autistic advocate. They released their “Understanding the Spectrum” during Autism Acceptance Week and it went viral when autistic people, parents and teachers discovered her comic and felt it helped them explain the autism spectrum in a more accurate way.
We asked Rebecca to be a part of our #Activate4Autism movement by creating “Hear Our Spectrum of Voices,” the next generation of their comic to include other autistic voices.
“People are hugely misinformed and to be able to build upon my first comic that breaks myths and stereotypes is so rewarding. It was so amazing to be able to incorporate the quotes from other autistic advocates. This will really help people have a deeper understanding about the autism experience.”
Stay open and keep listening to a spectrum of voices...
Special thanks to Megan Amodeo, Emma Dalmayne, Rochelle Johnson, Becca Lory, Jonathan Murphy, Chloe Rothschild, Robert Watkins, Lydia Wayman, Christa Holmans from Neurodivergent Rebel, and Sara Harvey from Agony Autie.
Find their voices on Geek Club Books.
More Autistic-Themed Comics Free on Geek Club Books:
- Understanding Autism Comic by Rebecca Burgess
- Mighty League: The Horrible Hug Interactive Digital Comic for Kids
- Mighty League: The Terrible Taunting Interactive Digital Comic for Kids
- End Autism Awareness Comic by Jenny Bristol and Rebecca Burgess
Find out more about the #Activate4Autism movement: