It was a thought that came to Guy Hasson out of the blue: Why are there no comics for the blind? He’d been running New Worlds Comics for around eighteen months, had no blind or visually impaired friends or family, but was suddenly struck with the absurdity of the fact.
Interviewed by Vice’s Robert Kingett earlier this month, Israel-born Hasson knew how important this idea was, however:
“There are literally tens of thousands of kids, teens, and adults out there who would love to read the same comic books their sighted friends are reading and talking to them about […]”
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