I love mini-comics. There is something inherently satisfying about writing, drawing, printing and assembling an entire comic all by yourself. Also, they're really cute. If you're interested in making mini-comics, check out this excellent guidebook by The Cartoonist Conspiracy.
My Shakespearean What-If series of mini-comics is a pocket-sized exploration into Alternate History Shakespeare.
The mini-comic format lends itself to all manner of storytelling. Here are some of the non-Shakespearean mini-comics I've made so far:
This is my favorite mini-comics format so far, based on the PocketMod template. One sheet of paper, printed single-sided, with just one cut and some fancy folding necessary.
Feel free to make your own copies of any of the mini-comics on this page. Click on the thumbnails below to download the PDFs, print them out full size (no scaling to fit page, thank you) and then follow these incomprehensible instructions to finish making awesomely cute little mini-comics of your own.