Comic Life

Version: 1.5.5 (v19107) || Release Date: 2010-01-27 || License: Commercial with demo ($24.95) Developer: Plasq | App Owner: atariboy

Create your own digital photo comics.

Comic Life for OS X makes digital comics a snap. Use Comic Life to create high quality comics for posting on the web, including in movies or printing out for friends. Expand what you can do with your digital photos! With a comprehensive set of features, Comic Life gives you numerous ways to explore your creativity - liven up holiday snaps, tell a story, even create how-to guides.

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7 Opinions

so easy, so much fun! great.

One of the most compelling reasons to use a mac in education. I cannot think of a lesson where children could not use ComicLife.

Got this on a couple of my Macs. It pays to snoop around the apps folders.
Lots of fun. Not something I'd normally buy, but upon trying it, I'd certainly consider it.

Better than just for comics. I can easily see using this for photography and video output (without all the kitsch text bubbles ;-). It's essentially a lightning quick layout manager with iPhoto integration, and some great export features.

Cons: some graphical glitches and dialog corruption, and doesn't handle HUGE libraries smoothly.

For a free bundled app, phenomenal! Probably well worth the price for new features.

INGENIUS! POW! BAM! Meanwhile...

i haven't been this wowed by an app in a long time. so easy, so feature-rich. clever, inventive... i could go on and on.

This came bundled with my MacBook, it is great fun and easy to use. The only thing I can't figure out is if there is any way to publish to a web page - it seems your only option for web publishing is to publish to a .mac account.

This application is great! It came bundled with some apple machines recently. You take your digital pictures (excellent iPhoto integration) and put them into comic book templates. You can then put comic book speech bubbles on those pictures. It's simple and powerful. It allows you to publish web pages based on your comic.

Very fun tool. I wish this and camera phones would have been around when I was in college... man I know a bunch of people who could never run for public office.