Scott and Crystal Shank push sons Braxden and Jayden in their new, specially built wheelchair costumes during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for 16-year-old Jayden, and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for 13-year-old Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Aides raise a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume over Jayden Shank's head during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create 16-year-old Jayden's costume and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for his 13-year-old brother Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Braxden Shank sits inside his new Hulk-themed wheelchair costume during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create the 13-year-old Braxden's costume and a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for his 16-year-old brother Jayden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Crystal Shank kisses son Braxden during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for 13-year-old Braxden and a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for his 16-year-old brother Jayden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Aides raise a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume over Jayden Shank's head during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create 16-year-old Jayden's costume and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for his 13-year-old brother Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Crystal Shank gives son Braxden a high-five during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for 13-year-old Braxden and a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for his 16-year-old brother Jayden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Scott and Crystal Shank place a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume over Jayden Shank's wheelchair during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create 16-year-old Jayden's costume and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for his 13-year-old brother Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
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Crystal Shank teases son Jayden as both her sons Braxden and Jayden during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for 16-year-old Jayden and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for his 13-year-old brother Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Scott and Crystal Shank push sons Braxden and Jayden in their new, specially built wheelchair costumes during the FanXSalt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for 16-year-old Jayden, and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for 13-year-old Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Scott and Crystal Shank push sons Braxden and Jayden in their new, specially built wheelchair costumes during the FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Friday. Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids and young adults with disabilities, partnered with Monster City Studios to create a Captain America-themed wheelchair costume for 16-year-old Jayden and a Hulk-themed wheelchair costume for 13-year-old Braxden. The Shank brothers, from Murray, battle immobility caused by an unknown familial genetic syndrome.

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