Duck Duck Moose Launches Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker

Superhero Comic Book Maker - by Duck Duck Moose (AppStore Link)
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Superhero Comic Book Maker - by Duck Duck Moose
Developer: Duck Duck Moose, Inc.
Price: $1.99 Download on the App Store
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Award-winning independent children's app developer Duck Duck Moose today announced its new Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker app, which is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the App Store. Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker is an open-ended creative app which allows kids of all ages to create their own comic books with flying superheroes and feisty monsters.

Create and record your own animated comics! Put multiple scenes together to make a comic strip.

Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker includes 55 scenes and coloring pages with 170+ stickers. Splat! Ka-pow! Whizz!

Make A Comic Book:
- Drag and drop multiple scenes to create a comic strip
- 27 background scenes: skyscrapers, space ship, the moon, wild west, ice cave, deep sea
- 170 animated stickers with sound effects
- 29 crayons and 29 colored pencils
- Record your voice. Move the stickers to create your own animated comic
- Tap the stickers to make their mouths move

Color:
- 28 coloring pages
- Featuring alien monsters, Super Dog, Big Foot, Captain Banana Man, Dinosaurs, Ninjas, and all kinds of fantastic superheroes and cute, fuzzy monsters

Share:
- Save your comic books to share with friends

Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker is the fourteenth iOS title released by Duck Duck Moose, following award-winning titles such as Wheels on the Bus, Old MacDonald, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Fish School, Park Math, Word Wagon, and Trucks. Duck Duck Moose has also recently released two Android apps: Wheels on the Bus and Itsy Bitsy Spider.

Monsters vs Superheroes Comic Book Maker 1.0.1 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

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