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Educational Comics and graphic novels for school

Comics in Education

Encourage reluctant readers or reluctant writers get more involved in their schoolwork.

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Comics in Business

Boost morale and get the point across with some comic relief. Creating your own comics can strengthen collaboration!

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Comics for Personal Use

Create a comic book, graphic novel, or comic strip for a blog, social media, or printing!

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Comics in Education!

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Educational Comics are great for critical thinking skills

Students create their own comic to show they understand a process or concept:

  • Reinforce reading comprehension
  • Enhance understanding of complex literary topics like conflict and irony
  • Address differentiated learning types
  • Develop creative writing skills
  • Reinforce understanding through the retelling of a historical event

Find more examples of why Comics are Great in education!

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Work doesn't have to be a stressful place. Comic relief can help boost morale and get the point across.

  • Comic relief in difficult situations
  • Work environment process with pictures
  • Motivational pictures to drive innovation
  • PSA or positive thoughts for your employees to enjoy
  • Workplace safety, health, and injury prevention comics

Strengthen collaboration by having your team create a comic together. Find more great examples why Comics are Great for your company!

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Comics for Personal Use

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Create comics online for creative expression

We love posting and sending funny things to our friends and to the world. Making your own comic is easy and fun with Storyboard That.

  • Your Blog or Website
  • Presentations
  • Social Networking Sites
  • Comic Book
  • Graphic Novel

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What are Comics?

A comic is defined as one picture or a sequence of pictures created for amusement and showing a narrative. There are a wide range of ideas of a comic. So much so that it is hard to get a definitive answer to that question. Let's break things down into essential pieces:

What You Find in a Comic

  • One image or a sequence of images, usually drawn by hand or digitally
  • A story or message in one or more panels
  • Use of speech bubbles, captions, and onomatopoeia
  • Purpose of brief humor or a short narrative

Here at Storyboard That, we love comics! Comics are fun. They are a form of expression that are easy to make and easy to understand. The visual aspect makes a big difference in shared understanding and communication.

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Create superhero comics or graphic novels

We also love comics at Storyboard That. Our storyboard or comic creator is perfect for the classic 1, 3, or 6 cell comic strip with our drag and drop features. You can make your own comic strip just like you might remember from the Sunday funnies.

Comics have been around for a long time. Storytelling with pictures can be seen throughout history. Evidence points to ancient Rome with the example of Trajan's Column, Hieroglyphs in Egypt, and other examples of side-by-side pictures seen throughout ancient times. Translations of the Bible were depicted with pictures instead of words due to illiteracy!

The history of comics is very different based on what country you want to focus on. One thing that boosted the rise in comics is the advent of the printing press. After images could be added easily, mass media allowed comics to flourish with the ability to have regular spacing between words, speech bubbles, and then finally publishing of weekly comics. Many say Ally Sloper's Half Holiday as the first comic published with a recurring character.

From there, comic strips and comic books entered the mass media market with classics including Adventures of Tintin, The Dandy, and The Beano.

Today, comics are now super simple to create even if you are not an artist!

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Comics are Great For

Some of Our Favorite Reasons to Create Comics

Education Comics

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Social Studies
  • Character Education
  • Retell a Historical Event
  • Explain a Process/Concept in STEM (and beyond)
  • Artistic Expression
  • Creative Writing
  • Literary Satire
  • Learning About Your Family Tree
  • Sequence of Events
  • PSAs
  • Classroom Decorations
  • Graphic Novel Pages

Business Comics

  • Non-threatening PSA
  • Ice-breaker
  • Presentation Starter/Finisher
  • Addressing HR Issues
  • Team Building Activity
  • Explaining a Process
  • Commercial or Ad Creation
  • Addressing Company Cultural Issues
  • Newsletters
  • Safety Cartoon Comic
  • Instructions for Your Customers
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