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  • Comic Creator
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/comic/
  • from Read-Write-Think, What is the name of your cartoon? Add a subtitle Start New Cartoon. You may print your work, go back and edit your entries, or begin a new ..

  • Pixton
  • http://pixton.com
  • a drag and drop interface which allows anyone regardless of artistic ability to create comics.

  • Pixton for Schools
  • http://pixton.com/schools/overview
  • allows teachers to create private rooms in which only their students can create and share comics.

  • Artisan Cam
  • http://www.artisancam.org.uk/
  • is more than just a comic creator, it is a comprehensive collection of online art activities. On Artisan Cam students can use the Super Action Comic Maker to build a six frame comic. The Super Action Comic Maker has a drag and drop interface which students use to select a background and character for their comics. On Artisan Cam students can also try their hand at virtual sculpting, jewelry design, and card making.

  • PikiKids
  • http://www.pikikids.com/
  • provides a variety of layouts to which students can upload images then edit the images or add text bubbles and titles. The comics that students create can be embedded into a blog or website as well as be shared via email. You can read more of my original post about PikiKids here.

  • Comiqs
  • http://comiqs.com/
  • provides users with the choice of using pre-made images from the drag and drop menu or creating original doodles to use in their comic strips. Comiqs presents your finished product in a slideshow format rather than a traditional comic strip format.

  • Be Funky
  • http://www.befunky.com/
  • is a fun, easy-to-use tool for turning digital photos into digital comics. Be Funky can be used for simple one frame images or be used to create an entire strip of cartoonized images with inserted text. You can learn more about Be Funky and watch a video introduction to Be Funky here.

  • Make Beliefs
  • http://makebeliefscomix.com/
  • provides students with a pre-drawn characters and dialogue boxes which they can insert into each box of their comic strip. One of the most impressive features of Make Beliefs is that it allows students to create dialogues in seven different languages. Click here for more information about Make Beliefs.

  • MashON
  • http://www.mashon.com/mycbc/
  • Enables you to create comic books. You simply insert your screen captures or digital photos, drop in some text balloons, and presto, instant comic book. Comic Book Creator is simple to install and very intuitive. Everything is drag and drop. You can pull in your photos and backgrounds and anything else you please by using their built-in Resource Browser. The package comes with everything you need to create a comic book including a variety of comic book page layouts, text balloons and even title fonts to make big, splashy covers. To learn more and to download a functional 30 day trial, please click here. http://secure.softwarekey.com/solo/products/info.asp?A=41491

  • Comic Life
  • http://plasq.com/comiclife
  • Lets you create astounding comics, beautiful picture albums, how-tos... and more! The easy-to-use interface integrates seamlessly with your photo collection or iSight camera. Drag in your pictures, captions, Lettering text ('ka-blam!') and speech balloons and your work is done! Comic Life gives you fun and professional templates for instant, impressive, photo layouts. Tweak your creations to your hearts desire! Here is a tutorial http://buhlertech.wikispaces.com/Comic+Life

  • Marvel Kids Super Squad
  • http://superherosquad.marvel.com/create_your_own_comic
  • Ever wanted to write your own colossal comics? Well, guess what True Believers—now’s your chance! You can make your very own comic strips and/or comic books right here and right now! Create your titanic tales using your favorite Super Hero Squad squaddies! Hero up!

Stage'D!

Stage'd is a digital toy for creating animated comics. This is a mash-up of comics and animation.

ToonDoo
http://www.toondoo.com

ToonDoo is a cool, comic-creating tool, a fun site for kids. ToonDoo is devoted to creating a unique array of free and customizable online games of educational value for children of all abilities. You can now just drag-drop or click to create comic strips that express your views, opinions, angst or to just have fun, loads of it! Don’t forget to check out the contests! There are no trophies to show off, but you get to be featured in the ToonDoo Hall of Fame.


  • BitStrips Online comics you create.
  • ComicBrush Comicbrush lets you mix stock artwork from their collection of comic backgrounds, characters and props with photos of your friends, neighborhood or college.You can add speech balloons, text, your own artwork and more.
  • Comic Creator from ReadWriteThink, leads students step by step through the creation of a comic strip.
  • Comics Sketch Generate comic strips online. Sketch, color, animate.
  • Comiqs Create and share comic-style stories. Draw your own or use photos and add graphics, doodles and text.
  • Kerpoof Owned and operated by Disney. Check out theirWhat's New and How-To pages to learn more about what you can do with Kerpoof.
  • **My Story Make**r is an interactive story book where students are in charge of creating a story. Students choose characters, and a genre and then begin telling a story. The students create the story by dragging and dropping characters, objects, and backgrounds into their story. The characters can have emotions and perform actions with the different objects and interact with each other. As students drag different elements to the story book, a story is written for them based on what is happening in the pictures. When they are finished, they have created an interactive book that they can read and share with friends. (via theiLearn Technology blog)
  • The Hero Factory Make yourself a hero with extraordinary powers.