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Comic book camp draws youngsters to ink and paper

Rather than reading comic books all summer, some youngsters are getting a chance to draw them.

'It's awesome. I love being here'

Comic book summer camp offers kids a chance to publish their work. 1:34

Rather than reading comic books all summer, some youngsters are getting a chance to draw them. 

At a summer camp hosted by Happy Harbor Comics, budding artists are creating their own comic and seeing it published in an anthology.

The campers then attend a launch party where they sign their work for their new fans.

In the video, some of the young artists tell video producer David Bates what draws them to ink and paper.