Tell Your Story With Comics-Generated Imagery

Before Computer Generated Imagery was possible, cartoonists created super heroics with pen and ink. Today anything imaginable can be rendered digitally with a few (OK, a lot of) mouse clicks. But comics are still uniquely capable of integrating imagery. Anything you want can appear in a comic: off-beat characters, business icons, actual people, an infinite number of worlds—at the cost of nothing more than the creator's imagination. Let's talk about how we can help you get your message out in the most creative and entertaining way possible. With comics the sky's not the limit--it's just the start!

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The Nib

Nonfiction comics have gotten a real shot in the arm this past year with the rise of The Nib, a website dedicated to them. Started by political cartoonist Matt Bors in 2014, The Nib features his work and lots more by all sorts of great cartoonists, both well-known and not. Political cartoons share space with cartoon reporting, cartoon commentary and personal stories, all designed specifically to be seen online. I've been seeing this site's content shared with increasing frequency on Facebook and Twitter, and no wonder. If you want to see great examples of comic's ability to inform, educate and entertain, this is the place to go.

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Cartoons Gratis

I'm including a couple of cartoons in each newsletter for recipients to enjoy and use for no cost. Just click the link for a 300dpi jpeg you can copy to your desktop. All I ask is that you don't get rid of the web URL or signature. And if you thanked Cartoon Impact in a caption, that'd be nice, too. You can see more free cartoons here.

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