Superhero

Updated: 5/26/2021
Superhero
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Storyboard That as a Comic Maker

By Anna Warfield

A comic is a visual story told through images. Words are often used in a combination of onomatopoeia, narration, and text bubbles. The images are single scenes and changes in action or location happen by using multiple cells. Comics get their name from the word meaning “funny”. Not all comics are humorous, but the name started with political cartoons and other images printed in newspapers that often were humorous...
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Comics: Examples and How to Make Your Own

By the SBT Team

Take a look at some of the comics that the Storyboard That Team has made! Use comics for teaching new concepts, behavior, writing skills, foreign language dialogue, and so much more!
Heroes Lesson Plans

Types of Heroes in Literature

By Rebecca Ray

Certain protagonists are considered to have universal qualities and these qualities are called archetypes. Archetypes have similar characteristics throughout literature and make unpredictable characters easier to understand. One archetype is the hero - defined as a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. However, there is more than one hero archetype.


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Storyboard Description

A super hero has a superhuman ability - Types of Heroes.

Storyboard Text

  • Watch out! That lamp is falling!
  • RESCUE!
  • Wow! You can FLY?