The official home of Iron Man, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, and Spiderman, MarvelKids gives kids a chance to read free digital comics featuring their favorite characters. After reading, kids can also play games and print out coloring pages, as … Continue reading

DC Nation

DC Nation’s kids page gives kids access to free digital comics, videos, and games featuring many of their favorite characters from DC Comics. They’ll find Batman, Superman, The Green Lantern, Teen Titans, and even Scooby Doo and Looney Toons comics. … Continue reading

Funbrain Reading

In addition to traditional books, Funbrain Reading offers a selection of online comics for kids. Kids can read the latest episode in the graphic novel Galactic Hot Dogs and read the best-selling comic based novel Diary of a Wimpy Kid. … Continue reading


Kidjutsu features a large selection of kid-friendly web comics, graphic novels, and manga. All the comics kids find on the site can be read for free online. Kids can also bookmark their favorite comics to return to them later or … Continue reading

Good Comics for Kids

A partner of the School Library Journal, Good Comics for Kids provides reviews and information about the latest comics designed with kids in mind. In addition to reviews and notices about upcoming releases, kids will find special sneak peeks of … Continue reading


Toondoo gives kids a chance to design and share their own comics. Kids select from pre-created characters and backgrounds or designs. Make a single page comic or turn their comics into a comic book. Kids can even design their own … Continue reading

Make Beliefs Comix

Make Beliefs Comix allows kids to design their own simple comic strips. To make their comics, kids choose from a selection of cartoonish characters and emotions, and then fill in the speech bubbles with their own words and arrange them … Continue reading


Pixton provides a way for kids to make professional-looking comic strips. To create their multi-paneled comics, kids can choose from a large selection of characters. Each character comes with a variety of positions and kids can move their arms, legs, … Continue reading helps get kids interested in the world of comics and introduce them to new comics designed just for them. Included on the site is a selection of classic comics for kids to read, as well as lists of new … Continue reading highlights comics and cartoons drawn by kids. Along with browsing cartoons categorized by the age of the cartoonist (6 and under, age 7-12, and age 13-17), kids can learn how to draw their own cartoons and get advice from … Continue reading