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Manic! Autistic Superhero!

Manic! Autistic Superhero!

by Mars714
In Manic! Autistic Superhero! Characters wear there disabilities right out for the world to see, but that doesn't make them any less discriminated. Even though disabilities become physical traits in this world, (such as depression becoming a strangling scarf who speaks you depressive and aggressive thoughts) They aren't all obvious or easily brushed off. Autism appears differently for every person, and can appear slightly or very extremely. Other disabilities only appear sometimes, arthritis and diabetes are only visible when they become a problem.

Manic! Autistic Superhero!

..is a comic based off my real life! ... Okay so some parts are made up... I don't have super powers, But I do have incredible insight for a person with autism... I'm Maya A. R. Stringer and I Chose to being this comic, the drawing, writing, and storyline at a very dramatic point in my life. Thing are crazy but they may get better, however given the state of the world, It could get worse. This comic is about my life but its also about dealing with not understanding things that others do. Its about seeing things though the eyes of someone who sees things in a different way...
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Manic! Autistic Superhero!

In Manic! Autistic Superhero! Characters wear there disabilities right out for the world to see, but that doesn't make them any less discriminated. Even though disabilities become physical traits in this world, (such as depression becoming a strangling scarf who speaks you depressive and aggressive thoughts) They aren't all obvious or easily brushed off. Autism appears differently for every person, and can appear slightly or very extremely. Other disabilities only appear sometimes, arthritis and diabetes are only visible when they become a problem.

Manic! Autistic Superhero!

..is a comic based off my real life! ... Okay so some parts are made up... I don't have super powers, But I do have incredible insight for a person with autism... I'm Maya A. R. Stringer and I Chose to being this comic, the drawing, writing, and storyline at a very dramatic point in my life. Thing are crazy but they may get better, however given the state of the world, It could get worse. This comic is about my life but its also about dealing with not understanding things that others do. Its about seeing things though the eyes of someone who sees things in a different way...

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And then you realized you just committed vandalism, and maybe killed/seriously injured a guy. Explaining it all could be quite the hassle.
Scribeteller
September 18th, 2018
@Mars714: If you ever need some help getting em out in time, I could help with coloring and lineart! Just lemme know ^^
Mars714
September 18th, 2018
@Scribeteller: AW thanks! I have updates scheduled up till the start of November, and another chapter still to upload. However if making the next chapter is anything like the annoyance I went though with the latest I made, IDK if it will be done in time to accommodate the page a day schedule. Chapters One and Two are logged for page a day, but three may have to be page a week...
Scribeteller
September 18th, 2018
I absolutely love this comic ❤️ The art and story so far are a dazzle, and I get really excited when I see that you updated in my notifications! Keep up the amazing work!
VadanDrumist
September 17th, 2018
Ah. Another relatable moment. The best songs are the ones where you can see a story that goes with them. Of course it’s a pain to explain when people don’t understand what it means to “see” music.
VadanDrumist
September 17th, 2018
Worry not for while I favor stories music is a close second in terms of entertainment. My name is my character from the first time I played a tabletop rpg (Dungeons & Dragons).
Mars714
September 17th, 2018
@VadanDrumist: Heh, I'd would have though someone with Drumist in there user name wouldn't mind music? I like books too, well comic books, I don't much care for novels anymore... but in any case I hope you don't mind music since I aim to have at least one song in every issue. Sometimes short, sometimes long.
VadanDrumist
September 16th, 2018
Music eh? My peace of mind was through books, but I’d imagine a constant companion making disparaging comments would be too distracting for such a method.
y'know... sometimes i think if i ever existed in this here comic it'd be an utter nightmare
Mars714
September 12th, 2018
@Inkiethecrow: Hell Yeah!
Inkiethecrow
September 12th, 2018
You go you funky little comic artist. You make this fantastic comic and u be proud.
hell yeah
Mars714
September 12th, 2018
@VadanDrumist: Exactly! The education system in the US is full of faults, although they have systems and specialty schools in place, the people in charge are often under trained, lack motivation, or simply don't care.
VadanDrumist
September 11th, 2018
The problem with having just a bit of a disability is that you’re placed with the people who have the worst of it. The two evils. Being placed with normal people who eventually alienate you as your differences drive you apart, or the crazy people who make you feel alone in a madhouse. Well I guess either way you end up alone. It’s just a question of where you stand.
VadanDrumist
September 10th, 2018
Hmmm... well the internet evidence leads to Glower = Psychopath.
Mars714
September 9th, 2018
@VadanDrumist: Thanks for your friendly comment! This comic is also posted by me, (the author) in three other online locations, all of witch are more current, as of now. Smack Jeeves was going to receive a page a week, but I just bumped it up a page a day, Since I have the pages for at least two months worth. Issue one and two are out on Tumblr and the site, Issue one on Tapas. There is some bonus content flowing out there I need to manage too... Anyway, I hope you enjoy the comic!
VadanDrumist
September 9th, 2018
A story about literal disability superpowers. As a person who both loves the superhero genre, and has a disability (asphergers) this may be very interesting.