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Manic Monday Triple Overtime–Comics ARE Educational!

Before Daredevil (the original, Golden Age guy) was sidelined by–and eventually written out of his own comic by–his cute kid sidekicks, he had a little feature every month. Yup–teaching the kids of America how to beat the crap out of each other. COMICS!! See more at:    

comic books in education

Writer shows how comic books can be used in education Comics help present material in a more efficient time frame than just a block of text. “You can convey an enormously complex ideas in powerful ways in comics in ways prose cannot do by itself … or text and images can’t do alone,” comic book writer Josh Elder, said. “You put them…


Bone Creator Jeff Smith’s New Webcomic Is A Fun Prehistoric Fantasy

Jeff Smith, creator of Bone and RASL, is releasing his latest comic, Tüki Saves the Humans, online. It’s about the first human to leave Africa—and the misadventures that happen along the way.

When Tüki first launched, there were some issues with the interface on Smith’s site, which made the comic exceedingly difficult to read. The Beat pointed out this week that those issues have been fixed, so that readers can easily enjoy the comic. The next chapter begins on May 16th.



is a comic series created with the communtity of Roebourne, WA as a part of Big hART’s Yijala Yala Project. It’s a futuristic fantasy based on real places, real people and the world’s oldest continuing culture.

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Comics @ Infographics

Storynamics | Infographic on Health Education with Comic Books

How Comic books & Interactive web Comics, drive in Education engagement, increase intention, simplify complex messages, use familiar scenarios to introduce information.

Poverty connected to Literacy



New ideas for Interactive Comics solutions // Digital Publishing // iOS – Android

Comics Out Loud! is April 23, 2014

Comics Out Loud! is an exciting opt-in event for educators to celebrate the unique role thatcomics can play in the classroom.  Reading With Pictures is once again calling on all teachers, librarians, and other educators to incorporate comic books into their daily activities on April 23, 2014. Participants will receive PDFs of colorful posters and curriculum-friendly materials featuring helpful suggestions for incorporating comics into the classroom! We…