Put Your Rage Into a Cartoon and Exit Laughing is a New York Times article tonight about the Web genre of “rage comics” — people using easy online tools to vent about irritating incidents they experience.
The article particularly highlights a tool called Rage Maker and, in fact, give step-by-step instructions on how to use these easy site to create an online comic. And there’s no reason why it can’t be used to make comic strips about “non-rage” topics. No registration is required.
I don’t think it’s quite good enough to add to The Best Ways To Make Comic Strips Online, but it could be worth a look and a try…
Larry, I looked at Rage Maker a while back, even started writing a post on it. But I discovered there are a few inappropriate (for education) choices in the menu. Under “tree comics”, there is drug paraphernalia. Just a heads up.
Thanks for the heads-up, Susan!