Comic Life 3 for Mac & Windows

Presenting Comic Life 3, the app with everything you need to make a stunning comic from your own images. Packed with fonts, templates, panels, balloons, captions, and lettering art, Comic Life is a fun, powerful and easy-to-use app with endless possibilities.

Comic Life 3 for iPad and iPhone

Presenting Comic Life 3 for iPad and iPhone, it takes the latest functionality from the photo comic desktop application and wraps it up in an easy to use touch interface, so you can effortlessly make stunning comics from your own images.

Comic Touch

Just point your camera at the funny near you. Swipe left and right to choose a cover design overlay that fits the situation you’re in – party, pub, or hanging with friends, we’ve got 24 to choose from. Then just take your pic, add witty repartee and graphics, texturize your look, and then instantly share it with the world!


With nearly half a million copies installed in their classrooms in 80 countries around the world, educators tell us our software supercharges their already incredible superpowers: teaching kids to read, write, and communicate more effectively. Wait, by making comics? Especially by making comics: learn how…

Parabolas and Memes

I know that the history of the parabola doesn’t scream “make me a comic!” but it turns out that there is a pretty good one out there. So if you need to teach your students about parabolas and some of the practical applications that brought about the math we learn today.

Oh, and there are some memes… Who doesn’t like memes? Click on the cover to access the full PDF of The Shambling Parabola!


Comic Life featured on the Tech Tools Daily Show

Logo-Square2This app has been around for a long time and I’ve been using it for years.  A few days ago I needed a tool to create a comic with my class and so I went on the search to see if there was something better out there.  The answer, there isn’t.  Comic Life is still the best app to use if you want to create stunning comics with your students.

Comic Life was recently featured on a 21clRadio podcast, the Tech Tools Daily Show, focusing on Comic Life and its use by teachers in the classroom. It is a great listen:

21clRadio “recognizes educational leaders from the international teaching world and beyond.”