PF Comics – Personal Finance Comics

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Announcing the launch of PF Comics – a new comic series featuring personal finance principles and stories, mixed with a bit of comedy and fun

We were inspired to begin putting together PF Comics after Brian Scheur’s Monster Spectrum of Personal Finance and Baker’s X-Men comic – it really got us thinking: Could we turn these pf blogger dudes into super heroes? We decided that we could, so watch out for their super powers and funny, educational and comical stories! What else would you expect from the dudes that brought to you the Top 25 Most Badass Personal Finance Bloggers? ;)

Some of the stories are based off recent blog entries and bloggers personal experiences. This week our feature bloggers are Baker from Man vs Debt, and Brian Scheur from My Next Buck.

Find the secrets and you could appear in our next comic

There are 2 easter eggs throughout the 2 comics that belong to other pf bloggers, find them and be the first to comment your answer to win.

PF Comic #1 – Debt Buster featuring Baker from Man vs Debt

Baker’s trip to his Pearl Jam concert takes him on a special journey…

PF Comic #1 - Debt Buster featuring Baker from Man vs Debt

PF Comic #2 – The Special Coin featuring Brian Scheur from My Next Buck

Brian receives a special package from his wealthy grandma which might change him forever…

PF Comic #2 - The Special Coin featuring Brian Scheur from My Next Buck

Let us know what you thought and if you can find the secret easter eggs

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Personal Finance ComicCredits:
Illustrator: Francis Vallejo
Story: Fred Schebesta

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27 Responses to PF Comics – Personal Finance Comics

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    Angel | October 15, 2011

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    Jeremy | June 2, 2010

    Part 2 of PF Comic #5 is now live!:

    Thank you so much for your support :)

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    Money | December 20, 2009

    This is such a great idea! We need some female blood next!

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    FinanciallySmart | December 18, 2009

    Awesome comics! Very informative and I hope it will be in a form of hard copy as well where kids can read and be inform. Keep up the good work guys.

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    Jeremy | December 16, 2009

    The latest PF Comic is now live! PF Comic #3 – Mo™ Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy – please let us know what you think! :)

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    Rainy | December 13, 2009

    Wow, incredible idea, awesome comics. I love it!

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    Wojciech | December 10, 2009

    Hilarious stuff. I love seeing some of my favorite PF bloggers in cartoon form. Always a riot.

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    Mark | December 10, 2009

    oh… and i hope that wasn’t a camaro that exploded :-O

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    Mark | December 10, 2009

    Awesome concept man… I’m sure you have many more cool idea where that came from!

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    Silver | December 10, 2009

    Debt Buster :)

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    Financial | December 10, 2009

    Fred – It really is amazing the comic culture in the world. I remember collecting some of the #1 issues of Spawn and the likes, but I never got too into it after I started college.

    I do find the collectors items and investing aspect of it fascinating!

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    PT | December 10, 2009

    Love the comics. Can’t wait to see what’s next for Baker and Brian. And a big thanks for including my ebook. Hopefully it made it through the crash. ;)

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      Jeremy | December 10, 2009

      @PT Thanks for the feedback :) re: survival of your e-book… we’ll have to wait and see!

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    Money | December 10, 2009

    I love these comics! What a great idea! And the ‘easter egg’ thing..fabulous! (but of course, has me stumped) *thinking harder – bout to burst brian cell* lol.

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      Fred | December 10, 2009

      @Ninja – I like your ninja egg skills!

      @Finance Samurai – Thanks dude. Brian and Baker are big into comics. I think JD is too? Anyone else a bit of a buff?

      @Money Funk – Thanks for the ups dude. They are there,.. promise ;-)

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    Financial | December 10, 2009

    Wow guys, this is freaking HUGE!! For a regular folk, the idea of getting oneself in a comic sounds pretty cool, but for comic buffs like Brian and Baker to be in a comic must be a dream come true!

    I like this comic culture I’m witnessing. Very VERY awesome!



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    Ninja | December 10, 2009

    The first is the 52 ways reference from PT money

    The second is “The Simple Dollar” poster in the special coin article.

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    Craig | December 10, 2009

    Wow, I’m amazed. This is awesome, I wish I came up with the idea. So cool and fun, I’m looking forward to the rest.

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      Fred | December 10, 2009

      @Craig – Appreciate the feedback dude, next one is got a bit of comedy in it. There are gonna be some serious funnies coming up.

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    FFB | December 10, 2009

    These are awesome!!!

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    Brian | December 10, 2009

    You knock it out the park again guys. I am really humbled to be featured along with Baker. I love the explicit references to the other blogs as well as us being able to interpret other blogs from some of the writing.
    For example, when i first read the line, “Filthy Coin. Nice.” I immediately thought of FCN, Five Cent Nickel.

    Shows how much you can pick up from a single pane, eh?

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    Money | December 10, 2009

    Another home run my man! I like it how Brian’s reading The Simple Dollar ;) And the gnome…you’ve been to his house, huh?

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    Peter | December 10, 2009

    The first one has an easter egg reference to PT at -with his 52 Ways To Make Extra Money – ebook that he just put out recently. The second one – could the “DINK” be a reference to

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    Tom | December 10, 2009

    Not sure if it was on purpose, is “The Special Coin” easter egg DINK’s Finance?

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    Tom | December 10, 2009

    “The Debt Buster” includes PT Money’s “52 Ways to Make Extra Money”!

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    Baker | December 9, 2009

    You guys are an absolute riot.

    Seriously, aside from being flattered to be featured, the easter egg idea is amazing. Proves your passion for the blogging community as a whole to include that stuff.

    Thanks a million.

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      Fred | December 10, 2009

      @Baker – Your welcome bro. Hope this gives people some laughs and teaches some financial tips along the way!

      @Tom – Like your thinking, your close!

      @Peter – Great pickup there but a couple more to boot!

      @J.Money – Thanks dude appreciate your support. Yeah, teleported on over to Brian’s place from Sydney and back in my badass pimp mobile.

      @Brian – Love your insights there Brian, the interpretation ones are sending me totally out there with ideas. You and Baker were talking up the comics so we had to Comicify you first.

      @FFB – Thanks dude, appreciate your support.

      @Craig – Big ups to you bro for the support.

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