The 'We are the Introverts' Comic Encourages Individuality

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Oct 10, 2012 • References: incidentalcomics and ufunk.net
Introverts are often depicted as socially awkward, hermits and loners, but this stereotype is magnificently beautified by Grant Snider's 'We are the Introverts' comic.

Snider goes through a few common misconceptions about the 'typical' anti-social introvert and names a few famous ones we may know such as poet Emily Dickinson, children's author Dr. Suess and a former American president, Abraham Lincoln, all of whom were eccentric but brilliantly inspiring in their own way.

Some may choose to live as a recluse and peruse through books and museums, but there is nothing to shy away from. His introverts comic does not deny any of these misconceptions but instead, embraces it.