SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. - There is always a cast of characters out at the Lehigh Valley Comic Con, and this year was no exception.
The Joker made an appearance. And over in artists alley, was 11-year-old Jason Morrow, a 6th grader at Jenkintown Elementary.
He was accepted into the artists alley for this show. He said he has been drawing ever since he can remember.
"I used to love drawing anything, I would draw stick figures and then in kindergarten I started drawing a piece by piece of Spiderman's suit drawing," Morrow said.
Jason was doing sketch cards Saturday and raising money for the Red Cross Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
He also tells us he's created his own comic book, "Ted the Bear."
The money raised goes to the Battle of the Badges Scholarship Fund which helps children of police officers or firefighters go to college.Read More »
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