Once you find insights from your data it's time to stitch your data comic story together. Here are a few tips on what to do next.
Summarise your story: Write down a short summary in less than 100 words.
Use a story structure: Stories have a beginning, middle & end. This is true for comics too, even 3 panel comic strips.
Choose your comic characters: Visit Comicgen and choose the relevant character(s), emotions and poses your data comic strip needs. Use the 'save image' option to save them as .png files.
Prepare your data viz elements: Since we are doing a 'data' comic strip, you will need to prepare the most appropriate data visual elements that are appropriate for your story.
Write your script: Write down your script. Keep them conversational, short & interesting.
Puting it together: It's time to put your data comic together. Use Powerpoint - it is a handy tool for a task such as this. Once you are done, save your final output as an image.
Yes, you need inspiration - lots of it. Here's where you will get them.
Examples of Comicgen JS Data Comic Interactives;
Examples of Power BI Comicgen data stories;