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Publisher:Deeper Learning Innovations Private Limited

Category:Comics

Language:English

Frequency:One Time

Magazine Description: A must-read comic book about SuperAvni, a young superhero, who handles the challenge of cyber bullying in this story. If you have not read it yet, you are missing something! SuperAvni is a next-gen superhero who combines empathy and technology to fight modern-day challenges. She is a social impact influencer and a rebel that youth can relate to. SuperAvni's alter ego, Maya, is just like any other college-going youth. She sees around her the youth's usual challenges, ranging from bullying and career anxiety to broader issues such as environment and gender inequality. But she summons her inner superhero, SuperAvni, to overcome these roadblocks.

The pandemic has changed the world in more ways than we can imagine. While the cyber world has come to the rescue of many, its challenges and complexities have also magnified. This is resulting in a severe impact on our mental health. This is where SuperAvni shows up with her support! She is an empathetic superhero who helps the youth in addressing the complex issues of the cyber world one at a time. SuperAvni aims to spread awareness about the myriad safety and well-being issues prevalent in the cyber world while ensuring that no individual is alone in this journey.

SuperAvni might be a superhero, but just like each one of us, she has a vulnerable aspect to her. Every time she uses next-gen empathy to connect with someone and feel their emotions, she is left drained. Her energy level falls drastically, and there is just one way she can regain her strength…food and music!

About the Authors:
Saurabh Agarwal: Saurabh is a Harvard and IIT educated life skills educator and has conducted hundreds of experiential learning workshops with children and youth.

Abhishek Singh: A global storyteller and an ex-management consultant with over a decade of experience across health, communications, media, and social sectors.

Illustrations: Charbak Dipta

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