Posted on September 18, 2019 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
When Chad Allen went completely blind, after thirteen years of slowly losing his vision, he naturally turned to audiobooks.
But as much as he enjoyed novels, he realized he desperately missed comic books.
And so rather than lament his loss, Allen decided to do something about it: He created an audio comic book, the first of its kind.
The Guardian explains further how an audio comic book differs from a traditional audiobook in an interview with Allen.
Or you can simply stream the first issue of Unseen, which stars Afsana, an Afghanistan-born assassin who also happens to be blind and can turn invisible, online (but for a limited time).
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