Quite simply, don’t use my images and comics for commercial use.
I am a speech-language pathologist. Can I use your comics in therapy sessions?
Can I print your comics to hang on my wall?
Yes! Just don’t sell them.
Can I make a t-shirt with one of your images for myself or someone I know who stutters (example, a child)?
Well… I’d rather that you ask me first. The reason being is the images here on the website will appear blurry when printed on tshirts. I am planning on selling official Franky Banky merchandise including t-shirts which is why I prefer that you ask me first. This way, I can find out what designs Franky Banky fans would like!
Can I include your comics in my PowerPoint slides?
Yes, but please include credit to me, Daniele Rossi and frankybanky.com or stutteringiscool.com. Please also let me know because I enjoy learning about how my art is helping others in ways I never imagined!
Can I translate your comics?
Please ask me first. Translating documents is a nuanced art in itself which is why I give priority to professional translators. However, I am open to others creating translations. I’d be happy to chat!
The Ti-Ger Analogy of Stuttering is one of the comics I hope to offer in as many languages as possible.
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The Saga of Franky Banky
Travel back in time to Iceland’s early days where our hero runs into one misadventure after another facing the forces of nature, magical creatures, dangerous characters from other sagas... and his stuttering!
Fill-in-the-panels comic book
Help me draw this Franky Banky comic book by filling in the panels with your characters as they accompany Franky Banky and Ti-Ger on a visit to your school – and Ti-Ger immediately gets into mischief. The book can be coloured, too!