logo3-1.gifWitty Comics provides a simple platform that students can use to create two character dialogues. To use Witty Comics students just need to select the pre-drawn background scenes and the pre-drawn characters they want to feature in their comics. Writing the dialogues is the creative element that is left to the students.


Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.36.53 AM.pngThe Super Hero Squad invites kids to create their own super hero comic strips and comic books. The Super Hero Squad provides users with templates for comic strips and comic books. Users select the backgrounds, characters, and special effects from the provided menus. Arranging each scene and re-size the characters is an easy drag and drop process. After creating their scenes, users can add dialogue boxes to their comics. Completed comic strips and comic books can be downloaded and printed.

Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.08.19 AM.pngArthur Comic Strip Maker by PBS Kids: Arthur's Comic Strip Maker is a free easy to use tool that allows elementary students to drag and drop characters, backgrounds, objects, and speech bubbles. Upon completion students are able to save the comic strip as an image file or print.

Charlotte's Web Comic Strip Maker: Charlotte's Web Comic Strip Maker is a free, simple comic creator based on the legendary children's novel, Charlotte's Web by E.B. White. Users can use comic templates with up to six frames to manipulate the backgrounds, characters, objects, and speech bubbles. This also allows easy manipulation of objects as users are working. The finished project can be printed.


Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.06.41 AM.pngComic Maker: Cambridge Cartoon Maker is an free no account need creator. The user has many choices as to how characters will be manipulated from hair color, clothing styles, face and head features, and even expressions. Completed Cartoons can be saved and downloaded as image files or shared through email, as well as social media.

Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.03.56 AM.pngKerpoof is a free interactive, creative website that allows students to create original drawings, cards, stories, cartoons, and animated videos! Students can collect "Kerpoof Koins" as they use the program and then later use the collected coins to "purchase" additional graphics, backgrounds, and icons.
Students can create and print without signing up for an account. However, if they want to collect Kerpoof Koins or save their work, they need a free personal account or a free student account.


Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.41.08 AM.pngWrite Comics is a free, simple tool for creating comic strips. Write Comics doesn't require any registration to use. In fact, registration is not even an option. To create a comic on Write Comics just select a background from the menu, choose some characters, and add some speech bubbles. You can continue adding frames until you've completed your story. Write Comics is quite easy to use, but there is one short-coming and that is the only way you can save your work is to save it to your local hard drive.
Make Beliefs is a free comic strip creation tool that provides students with a variety of templates, characters, and prompts for building their own comic strips. Make Beliefs provides students with a pre-drawn characters and dialogue boxes which they can insert into each box of their comic strip. The editing options allow users the flexibility to alter the size of each character and dialogue bubble, bring elements forward within each box, and alter the sequence of each box in the comic strip. Students that have trouble starting a story can access writing prompts through make beliefs. Most impressively, Make Beliefs allows users to write their comic strip's dialogue in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portugese, or Latin.


Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.42.07 AM.pngBe Funky is a simple tool for turning digital photographs into digital comics. The image you see to the left is a cartoonized image of me based on a photograph I took with my webcam. Be Funky can be used for simple one frame images or be used to create an entire strip of cartoonized images with inserted text.

Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.42.58 AM.pngChogger is a free comic strip creation tool offering a good selection of editing tools. Chogger allows you to draw images from scratch or use your existing images. You can even connect your webcam to Chogger to capture pictures for use in your comic strips. Once you've added images to your comic strip, you can add effects such as fading and outlining. Chogger also allows you to customize the look of each frame in your comic strip. Comic strips created in Chogger can have as few as three frames or as many as twelve or more frames.

Screen Shot 2013-05-22 at 10.10.36 AM.pngToonDoo has a free public account, but does have a required login for users. Toondoo's can be written in various languages which can be embedded and shared by others. Users have access to thousands of clipart images and can import or draw their own images. Since Toodoo offers so many features for users to manipulate, this would be appropriate for middle and high school students.


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