‘Marvel’s Hero Project’ Exclusive Clip Shown at New York Comic-Con

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During one of the Marvel New York Comic-Con (NYCC) panels, an exclusive clip of the anticipated show Marvel’s Hero Project was shared with the fans. The show will only be available on the Disney+ streaming service that launches November 12. 

Marvel’s Hero Project is a powerful and inspirational series that spotlights kids that have shown how they became a hero in their communities. In the end, they get a surprise that Marvel fans dream of: they are made the star of their own Marvel comic. 

“I think the fact that I’m different, I feel like I have the ability to teach people.”

The clip shown during the panel featured Jordan, an advocate who, with the help of her mother, created workshops to help others build and create off of their disabilities. She would like to see more people in the design community think about accessibility so everyone can use their products. 

Watch the exclusive clip of Marvel’s Hero Project below!

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