Superhero strips usually take us back to our childhood. They combine visual art with text. Maker Comics is a distinguished group of funny illustrations with skills. These series help people to learn and inspire them along. The maker comics cover a vast range of topics – baking, designing, clothes, maintaining cars, etc. Characters in these comics help you guide through the fun yet instill skills in your mind. Each issue of the comic has an individual artist and a different style.
The superhero makers of the comic continue to surprise us with their inspiring comics. Here are a few famous comic strips they have created –
Superhero Maker Comics: Grow A Garden.
The maker of this superhero maker of the comic is Alexis Frederick Frost. The funny novel gives a guide into how to gardening. We see a plot around a Garden Gnome Academy and a teacher Butternut. The main kid Will is forced to learn about soil, while others learn about flowers. In the end, they do learn about gardening even though it’s dirty! The comic strip leads the readers through a six-step process. It completes a whole round from planting a seed to the harvest. You could grow tomatoes, lettuce, peppers, carrots, and much more with this comic strip. Now that’s an easy way to learn.
Draw A Comic.
The superhero comic teaches us how to master the art of drawing a comic. The comic novel by JP Coovert delves into an ultimate DIY. In the comic, we see the story of a superhero comic, Maggie. She has to get a comic strip ready to save the International Comics Library. The comic book teaches us seven different things – how to write and draw a comic script, how to draw a one-page comic and print it. Moreover, it also talks about how to make thumbnail sketches, pencil a comic, ink a comic. The comic concludes with how to make a multi-page funny comic while print and bind it.
Superhero Maker Comics: Create A Costume.
Sarah Myer illustrates a comic strip on how to create a costume. She uses the story of Bea and Parker, who needs to make costumes. However, that would cost them a hefty price! They pick ideas from a cute cosplayer – Costume Critter! In the comic strip, we see ideas on how to make your costumes. The comic gives us the basic approach to make outfits for a magical kid, a wizard, an animal hoodie, an astronaut, a hero or villain, and an alien!
Fix A Car: Superhero Maker Comics.
We all know fixing a car is something left to the professionals! However, Chris Schweizer believes anyone can! In the comic strip, he gives ten-step instructions on how to fix a car. We see a batch of four friends who are crazy about cars. The comic shows us an interactive session between kids with the license and without them. The Superhero Maker Comic talks about steps to keep your vehicle in perfect form. It starts with creating a portable kit, maintains, and check the battery, oils, fluid levels. Also, inspect, replace, and change the parts of the car when required. The best way to fix a car is to jump-start when it stops.