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Comic Book Superheroes Battling AIDS

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Comic Book Superheroes Battling AIDS

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Comic Book Superheroes Battling AIDS

Comic Book Superheroes Battling AIDS

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"Goth" is one of the characters in Robert Walker's comic book, O+ Men. Courtesy Robert Walker hide caption

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Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes. And now, some are battling a life-threatening virus: AIDS.

Illustrator Robert Walker created the comic book superheroes called, O+ Men.

He tells Farai Chideya about his imaginative attempt to raise AIDS awareness through comic books.

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