Comics for Compassion

Comics for Compassion logoFrom January 1999 to September 2006 I served as Director of the Comics for Compassion program of the Doris Day Animal Foundation (DDAF). This program sought to produce and distribute comic books that promoted humane values to children. The Comics for Compassion program distributed two comic books, collaborating with DC Comics on the first and Marvel Comics for the second.

Superman for the Animals (2000)

X-Men Unlimited #44 (2003)

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  3. Chris Blackburn says:

    I attended the first youth mental health innovation summit in Canada (Unleash The Noise) this weekend along with 200+ other students aged 15-24 and we are really setting the gears in motion to make changes in Canada, and hopefully send ripples out from there.

    A few weeks ago I actually thought to myself “Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have something called Comics for Compassion to showcase mental health in a positive light, which would aid in stomping the stigma?” So my google search for that name brought me to your website and I just thought I should reach out in the hopes that you might have an idea on how to help make some noise and unleash the change!

    Thank you for your time,


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