Aza Comics, known for its roster of multicultural female superheroes, is aiming to do all that it can to help save everyone from the Coronavirus blues. The company has assembled an assortment of online games, puzzles, superhero quizzes, music playlists, dance challenges, Women’s History Month trivia and more to help entertain everyone as more and more people are finding it necessary to stay home due to the coronavirus.
“Schools are closing down, people are working from home, events are being cancelled…including our own events that we just announced. This thing is affecting all of us,” says CEO and creator of Aza Comics, Jazmin Truesdale. “It’s only a matter of time before we’re all getting cabin fever sitting at home waiting this thing out.”
Aza Comics is even hosting an online cosplay contest that adults and kids can participate in for prizes. People can dress up as Aza Characters or any other superhero that they wish, post images via social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and tag Aza Comics. Participants with the best and most creative costumes can win gifts and cash prizes. “It’s like a virtual comic con that the world can participate in,” says Truesdale. “I’m pretty excited to see what kinds of things people come up with. I mean, if we’re all going to be stuck at home, we might as well make the most of it.”
Aza Comics will also include tips for helping to fight the coronavirus as recommended by the CDC so that everyone can do their part and keep themselves and others safe. Games and entertainment will be available via this link: https://azacomics.shop/blogs/news/aza-comics-home-fight-coronavirus
Aza Comics is a superhero brand based in Durham, North Carolina founded by serial entrepreneur and author Jazmin Truesdale. The company is known for its multicultural female superheroes and philanthropic initiatives that have been featured in Vogue, TIME, USA Today, and various other national and international publications.