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Create Your own Meme Comics with Rage Builder [Geek Fun]

Meme comics with the oddly shaped heads and associated dialogue are popping up everywhere you look lately. So if you have been wanting to make a few of your own, then here is how to do it.

The Rage Builder Website

To get started use the toolbar at the top to select the particular type of faces or objects that you would like to add to your comic.

Note: Blank comics start with a 2*2 panels work area. You can add or subtract panels on your comic using the the right side of the toolbar.

Once you have the desired face or object set pulled up, mouse over the one that you want to use and click on it.

The new face or object will appear on top of your comic as seen here. Use your mouse to click on and move it to the appropriate panel.

You can easily resize the face or object as needed (lower right area of the face or object) and use the floating toolbar to make further adjustments.

When you are finished you can use the Save Button to submit your new comic to Memebase or make further last minute changes if needed. If you do not want to submit your comic to Memebase, you can use F11 to go to Full Screen and take a screenshot of your comic like we did with ours.

Here is the finished version of our sample comic. Nothing fancy, but it does give you a good idea of how the comics can look when finished. Have fun making your own comics!

Create Your Own Meme Comics at Rage Builder [Memebase]

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 07/21/11

Comments (9)

  1. dan

    BS. also please delete comment again :)

  2. AsianAngel

    @dan – Well, if you really want me to. ~_^

  3. God

    It doesn;t work. nuff said.

  4. Anonon

    Rage builder is for idiots who use memebase

  5. dan

    lately we started to promote stupid things and stupid people and this is not just for it.

  6. Marcy

    This was really easy to use.

  7. rax

    they look ugly..i rather like stick figure comics like xkcd and fullbc simple clear and to the point

  8. franky

    Way to not even use the female are-you-serious face right…

  9. AsianAngel

    @franky – As stated at the end of the post –> “Here is the finished version of our sample comic. Nothing fancy. but it does give you a good idea of how the comics can look when finished.”

    It was not meant to be perfect…just a sample including some of the more interesting and/or fun elements available. ^_^

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