Here is Silly Timmy Disaster Comic Strip in its entirety. Come back for updates!

Okay here are the 'Silly Timmy' Comic strips featuring a 'Fairy Godmother' that rescue him from his scrapes...shame we don't all have one of these!

All the comics were created by me (Justin Sharpe) on an iPad using an App called Toon ToolKit (more information can be found here) while the characters were created by John A Abbott of Jot Studios. The story lines and montages/scenes were created by me (Justin Sharpe) , using the excellent App! I hope you enjoy reading! I am really enjoying creating the story lines that include disaster preparedness messages at their heart! 

Learning not only matters, but is fun too!

Silly Timmy Disaster Comic Episode One

 

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Comment by Justin Sharpe on October 14, 2013 at 10:48am

Episodes 51 and 52 are now available to celebrate #Shakeout On Thursday 17th October!

Comment by Justin Sharpe on August 22, 2013 at 6:56pm

 Just added first four Vine vids using Silly Timmy. One can be seen here, but you can see/follow all of them if you follow. Same user name as Twitter and here: edu4drr!

Comment by Justin Sharpe on August 20, 2013 at 9:01pm

Marissa,

Thanks for your support! I'd be REALLY interested to know how these are used. Please let me know and if I could ask you to take some photographs and write  up a little report in the form of a blog on here, I would be most grateful to you. Thanks

Justin

Comment by Marissa Bernal Espineli on August 20, 2013 at 3:15am

These will be very useful in training the community emergency response team members where we work. Thanks so much.

Comment by Justin Sharpe on December 10, 2012 at 11:37am

There are now three different language versions that can be found on the site! 

Here are the first five in Turkish: click for Turkish language version>>

Here are the first eight in Indonesian: Click for Indonesian version>>

Here are twelve in Farsi Iranian: Click for Farsi Iranian versions

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