Have you always wanted to become a comic book writer but never seemed to push through on your goals?

Well, in 2024, there's AI now that can help you!

In this article, we will showcase nine great AI-generated comic book examples that will get you inspired.

9 Best AI-Generated Comic Book Examples (Get Inspired Today)

Let's dive in:

The 9 best AI-generated comic books to check out today

Ready to see what's currently possible with AI in the book world?

Below you will find all the examples that we collected so far, and if we know how they made the book, we will share that with you!

One more thing you will learn from these examples is a lot about the current AI debate. You can find a lot of comments with arguments from both sides.

Important reminder: If you use AI to create comic books that you want to sell, meticulously review and refine each page to ensure quality and appropriateness.

Don't be like some who may exploit AI-generated content for profit. Dedicate yourself to maintaining high standards and offering unique, thoughtfully curated themes.

1. Zarya Of the Dawn by Kristina Kashtanova

Zarya of the dawn comic book

Let's start with the most famous AI-generated comic book, Zarya Of the Dawn. (You can check it out here)

You've probably heard of this comic book already since it's been all over the news that the creator lost a key copyright case. (Here's the PDF file from the United States Copyright Office)

How did they make this AI book?

In this great Twitter thread, she explains what tools she used:

2. The Archeomancer

The Archeomancer comic book

Let's continue with The Archeomancer by Reddit user MrWheres.

Here's a great Reddit post from the creator to learn more.

How did they make this AI book?

The images are generated with Midjourney, but the rest of the tools they used are currently unknown.

Prompts used:

Blue-skinned poor woman dressed in a weary leather armor, scary looks, snarking smile, arrogant yet poor, offering a proposal that can't be denied, village with green and black clouded skies, under a moonless night, spooky, medieval fantasy setting, multi-ethnic stone buildings, village at a savannah, Darkest Dungeon artstyle

3. Junker by Wiingss

Junker comic book

Next up is an AI-generated comic book by Wiingss. (You can check it out here)

He has created two chapters with Midjourney!

How did they make this AI book?

The images are generated with Midjourney, but the rest of the tools they used are currently unknown.

4. Stargazer Episode Zero by Adam Rodriguez

Stargazer episode zero

Here's another great example; Stargazer Episode Zero. (You can check it out here on Amazon)

The great thing about this example is that he's upfront about using an AI tool in his Amazon product description:

This book was created using experimental Artificial Intelligence. It was written by Adam J. Rodriguez and the artwork was created by MidJourney AI.

How did they make this AI book?

Here's a great Reddit post with more information from the creator.

For example, he links to this Google Doc if you want to learn more about how to keep consistency for the characters in the story.

5. Rime of the Aincient Mariner by Lore Machine

Rime of the Aincient Mariner by Lore Machine

Let's continue this list with the Rime of the Aincient Mariner by Lore Machine.

First of all, you can read it for free here! It's a 164-page graphic novel adventure created with Midjourney.

It took them around 140 hours of human work to create!

How did they make this AI book?

Here's a great Reddit post with more information from the creator.

Here's how they created this book:

6. Space Dandy

Space Dandy AI comic book

Next is an AI-generated comic book called Space Dandy.

You can learn more about it in this Reddit post here!

How did they make this AI book?

Here's how they created this book:

  • Images generated with Midjourney
  • Images upscaled with Upscaly (if the picture had a bad resolution)
  • Comic Life 3 gives you all the panels and dialogue bubbles you need. And you just insert the image you generated with Midjourney.

Prompts used:

I pretty much just repeated « 90s American sci-fi comic book style » after every prompts

7. Exodus: A Graphic Odyssey by Steve Coulson

Exodus comic book

Next is an AI-generated comic book created using Midjourney.

You can learn more about it in this Reddit post here!

How did they make this AI book?

Here's how they created this book:

Prompts used:

I did specify the same palette in each prompt "olive-green and sepia and teal-blue tritone print on watercolor".

I also added "interstellar movie" to some the shots and that gave me the big dramatic skies.

8. Motion Comic Book by Alterverse Mythos

Mind-Blowing Midjourney Motion Comic Book D&D Adventure Ep. 1 🎧🤯

Next up is something different than the other examples in this list; a motion comic book.

You can watch episode one above, and episode two here!

You can learn more here in this great Reddit post from the creator.

How did they make this AI book?

Here's how they created this book:

I have been working on the story for 10 years already, wanted to create a book, but then AI craziness happened and I thought this would be a better medium for the story so I had to learn MJ and then Filmora for video editing.

I already have the story in my head so I generated each slide based on what I wanted the viewer to see while also considering the narrative. I would not recommend feeding the story to the AI to suggest prompts because you have almost no control over the prompt, and you basically have to be happy with what it suggest. I have been generating tons of images in search for the perfect angle, color, framing etc.

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9. The AI-Made Comic Book by Adam Niman

The AI-made comic book on Amazon

Next up is the comic book called The AI-Made Comic Book. (You can check it out here on Amazon)

It's a comic book created in 2021!

How did they make this AI book?

Here's how they created this book:

  • The text of the comic book was produced entirely by GPT-3
  • Images generated with VQGAN+CLIP

To learn more, check out this great Twitter thread here!

Other AI-generated books for inspiration

If that wasn't enough, we have a few more lists with AI-generated books!

Check them out by clicking one (or more) of the links below:

FAQs about AI-generated comic books

Before we close off this article, let’s quickly go over a few key questions that people have when they start researching AI-generated comic books.

Who knows, maybe this will answer one of the questions you had as well!

Can you sell an AI-generated comic book?

Yes, you can sell a comic book that you generated using AI. For example, you can sell it on Amazon Kindle as long as they meet Amazon's guidelines.

How to create an AI-generated comic book yourself

To get started with creating an AI-generated comic book, check out this great video from Camp Peculiar.

Can AI-generated books become a problem?

Yes, as you can read here if your book is just nonsense, your reviews will not be good. Plus, don't make stuff up like these fake travel guides.

Conclusion

That's all!

I hope that gave you some inspiration to get started on your own comic book and helped you see how far AI has come in 2024.

For more inspiration, don't forget to check out the AI Comic Books site here!

If you found any other great AI-generated comic books, don't forget to share them with the rest of us in the comments below!

Want to see more examples?

Ready to see more AI-generated examples? Check out our other articles below:

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My name is Richard, and I co-created Your Dream AI. Mainly because of my love for AI — but also because I'm curious about what will happen with artificial intelligence in the upcoming years.

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