Write and Draw Your Own Comics by Louie Stowell

Write and Draw Your Own Comics

Written by Louie Stowell
Illustrated by


Write and Draw Your Own Comics by Louie Stowell

Kapow! Boom! An awesome activity book for budding comic artists to imagine and draw their own comic strips. Simple step-by-step instructions, with lots of handy tips and hints, show children how to create graphic stories using all the devices employed in 'real' comics.


'Creative types will love Write And Draw Your Own Comics with tips and ideas for pictures and stories' - The Sunday Express'

'A fantastic manual on all aspects of comics-making' - Neill Cameron

'A fabulous book to work at, especially over the next months when indoor activities are needed more' - County Down Spectator

'Lots of advice on storylines... and stickers to help the blank pages become something to show off with pride' - Newbury Weekly News

About the Author

Louie Stowell

Louie Stowell is a children’s writer. She writes non-fiction about space, spaceships, history and other true things. She also writes retellings of myths about tricksters and other shadowy figures and stories about pirates and vampires. Louie’s also written a book about how to write books and comics about how to make comics. She draws comics about gods and politicians (not together) and runs workshops and loves science fiction and real science more or less equally, although she remains disappointed about science’s failure to (so far) create flying cars.

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Book Info


Spiral bound
100 pages


Louie Stowell
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Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2014



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