When I was younger (college age counts as young, right?), I had a brief stint writing comics. Never mind the fact that I wasn't, and probably never will be, a reader of comics besides the occasional Bazooka Joe (my sense of humor is strictly sophisticated and highbrow). I drew comics because I liked to portray exaggerated versions of the shenanigans my friends and I would get into. If only I'd kept some of them for myself instead of tearing the finished stories out of my sketchbook to leave as gifts slipped under dorm room doors or hidden in friends' notebooks. If only there had been some way for me to keep those comics so I could enjoy them for years to come, instead of lamenting about how they're all now just a distant memory. If only I'd had Blurb!
With Blurb you can create your very own comic book They've even paired up with one of the all time comic book greats, Paul Rivoche, known for his illustrations of Batman and Ironman, just to name a few. Take a look at this video. I dare you not to get inspired to write your own comic book right now!
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