Working in a very similar way to comic strip creation tools, Storyboard That faciltates planning and activities using storyboards, or descriptive and dialogic work in comic strip format.
Create professional looking comic strips with a hand-drawn feel using Toonlet.
A tutorial from a teacher showing students how to use Toonlet:
ReadWriteThink Comics allows your students to create a line-drawn comic strip from scratch with the minimum of fuss … no account needed.
My StoryMaker helps create a visual story, by automagically generating text based on the choices you make … though you can add your own ‘spin.’ Though aimed at younger students, perhaps this could be a challenge for senior students – using an environment like this to provide a more serious narrative. Maybe one of a number of LEG-style tasks?
Sketch a drawing, add more panels and more sketches, then Comics Sketch will play back your drawing as an animated sequence.
Here’s an example, but there are plenty more to see on the Comic Sketch site
Create comic strips with a hand-drawn feel, but without the hassle of creating accounts using Make Beliefs Comix.