Artist Draws on Autistic Life for New Superhero

Dave Kot's teen character does his part to battle comic book villains.
3:00 | 02/20/14

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A new unlikely superhero is emerging in the world of comic books he can't fly and isn't made of steel his powers are his emotions the year -- 20s72. And aliens are taking over the earth and facing the evil villain. Is a teen name's Michael. Who was autistic and too real in the way that he doesn't always succeed. But always learns a valuable lesson in dealing with humanity they hero in the concept created by face value comic founder Dave Koch who happens to be optimistic. Kids need and want heroes like themselves. And they were and a comic book -- I challenge you to find one other comic book. That has an artistic character. Not just featured but even as a support character. It's not -- there are -- fans in the UK Australia. All over the world that have sent me comments emails even pictures of their kids. Reading the comic book. The 38 year old -- from York Pennsylvania has been a huge stand up comic -- since childhood. He hopes that his new hero Michael will help bridge the gap between nazism and acceptance.

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