One of the choices for a final project in my Humanities 270 (Comics) class was to do a non-fiction comic zine. That seemed like more fun to me than creating another presentation. And it was both more fun and a lot more work. With the exception of the footprint on the inside front cover, all the cartooning for this project was done digitally, using Photoshop.
College hasn’t been all code and prerequisites. I took a class in comics and comics history in Spring 2012. One of the projects for the class was to do a minicomic. The students voted on a general theme and then each of us did a page for the book.
Our class chose “Mythical Creatures in Modern Times” as the theme. This was my page.