Tuesday, April 12, 2011

New York City Fire Department and Marvel Unveil Fire Safety Comic Book

Fire commissioner Salvatore Cassano, Chief of Operations Robert Sweeny, Marvel Comics Editor Bill Rosemann, Hot Dog the FDNY Fire Safety Mascot, Captain America, and Spider-Man appeared at Midtown Comics in Manhattan on April 5, 2011 to announce the release of a new Marvel comic book featuring FDNY firefighters and Marvel superheroes including Captain America and Spider-Man fighting fires and villains, and sharing valuable lessons about fire safety.

Mr. Rosemann noted that “[s]ince the real heroes of New York are the firefighters, we knew we had to make this the best comic book ever.” According to Mr. Rosemann, “[t]his book is not only fun and entertaining, but you learn tips to keep you and your family safe if there’s a fire in your home."

The comic books are free and available at FDNY Fire Safety Education events and the FDNY Fire Zone in Rockefeller Center, while supplies last. You can also view the entire comic online at Marvel.

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  2. I think putting it into a comic makes it easier for a younger crowd to get the point.


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