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!: http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au/credit-card-rewards-or-credit-card-regrets-pf-comic-5-part-2-of-2.html

    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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