.COMIC File Extension
File TypeComic Life Comic
|Category||Page Layout Files|
File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.
What is a COMIC file?
A COMIC file is a comic strip created in Comic Life 1 and 2, an application used to create comic books, picture albums, and other visual documents. It stores one or more custom page layouts, which may include text, shapes, and images.
Comic Life allows you to add text, images, and shapes to make your story come alive. The program provides a variety of tools for designing the layout of your document and applying various effects and filters to the different document elements. When you save a comic in Comic Life 2 or earlier, the program creates the COMIC file and stores the project information in the file. When you are finished with your work you can export the document to a variety of formats, such as .PDF, .JPG, .GIF, and .PNG.
NOTE: COMIC files were replaced by .CL2DOC files in Comic Life 2 and .COMICDOC files in Comic Life 3. If you are using version 2 or earlier, it is important to note that the COMIC format is not supported by version 3 or later of Comic Life. If you have a COMIC file and want to open it in Comic Life version 3 or later you can save it as a .COMICDOC file. You must first download version 1 or 2 of Comic Life, then open the COMIC file. Next, save the comic strip as a COMICDOC file (or a CL2DOC file if you have Comic Life 2). You can then open the COMICDOC or CL2DOC file in version 3 of Comic Life.