Comic Book Grammar

Here’s a cool site that is sort of a primer on Comic Book Grammar. Very creative and graphic ways to express emotion and forms of speech. POW!

Blambot’s Comic Book Grammar & Tradition by Nate Piekos

After visiting this site I realized that there are a lot of online comic book tools, here are a few:

1. SuperLame at http://www.superlame.com/ (short description of the site here). This site allows you to enter text and generate authentic looking comic book style thought and speech bubbles.

2. Cool Text Graphics Generator at http://cooltext.com/Logo-Design-Comic is meant to help design a business logo, but the Comic option is great for creating the “sound effects” graphic punctuation seen below in the “BAM!” graphic.  (I added the yellow star for emphasis.)

BAM-3

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