Free Printable Blank Comic Pages


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Do your kids like to draw comics? Need a quick and easy boredom buster for the kids this Summer? Here’s a free printable for blank comic pages the kids can use to make their own comic books at home!

Free Printable Blank Comic Pages

This is one of Emily’s favorite activities for a rainy day, or anytime she just feels like doodling. She even has her own comic blog (Treehouse City). Have you seen it? For her newest comic book creation, she’s working on The Adventures of Super Snail. Can’t wait to see what exciting things are in store for our new snail hero!

Free Printable Blank Comic Pages

Click here to download the .pdf file. You may want to print the first page out on cardstock, then print pages 2-3 double-sided, and pages 4-5 also double-sided. Fold down the middle of each sheet, stack them in order, then staple down the center to bind them together. Repeat as needed.

Have fun!!


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Comments

  1. tried to upload the comic pdf file and it will not open.

    • Valerie says:

      You may need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed to open it, Ruby? Hope this helps! If you still have issues, I’m happy to email the file to you. :-)

  2. This is such a fun way to encourage drawing during the summer! Thanks so much for sharing your free printable, Valerie! I featured your post as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow (and on Pinterest).

    • Valerie says:

      Thank you so much for sharing & linking, Deb! It is very much appreciated!! xo

  3. Jenette says:

    This couldn’t be more perfect for me! My 6yr old son just asked me yesterday for a stack of paper so he could write a comic! I’m printing these as I type! Thanks!!

  4. Lorie Vance-Castaneda says:

    Thank you so much for these printable pages! I have all three of my 7 year old boys sitting quietly after showers…writing and illustrating their very own comic books! Love this! :-)

  5. LOVE this idea for reluctant writers. How fun! Pinned and will share on FB later. :)