Comic Life

Comic Life

Create comic books for different purposes using your own photos
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Comic books have become a form of art, and are used not only as a form of entertainment but also as educational tools. This program allows you to create comic books for different purposes by using your own photos. This way, you can take a number of photos about a subject and arrange them in a way that tell a story or teach a subject.

The program is really easy to use. It has a script editor that allows you to write the story frame by frame before taking the photos for your project. It also has many built-in templates that evoke different comic styles, such as Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Action, Urban, and so on. You only need to choose the template that goes best with the subject of your project. A new window will appear where you can insert your photos in the respective panels. Then, you can add color and light effects and, of course, the iconic dialog balloons that every person identifies as a part of a comic book. You can check the spelling of your dialogs and add other elements such as shapes, captions and so on. You can add as many pages as you need.

Once you have obtained the comic book you need, you can save it or print it. Once saved, you can export your file to different formats such as PDF, ePUB, CVZ or different types of images so you can share it more easily.

You can use the program without restrictions during 30 days. After that time, a watermark will appear on the interface and on the files you create. To avoid this, you will need to purchase a license, which is really affordable.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Useful
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Once you have pasted an item on the panel, it is difficult to move it
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