Comics and animation arts, which are a magical method of storytelling, continue to affect the masses with the same enthusiasm with the developments and changes they have shown in the process from the end of the last century. In addition, the adaptation exchanges between these two art forms made them close to each other. Both branches of art bring their stories together with the audience by visualizing them in a flow, but due to their nature. This flow is "read" in comics whereas it is "watched" in animation. Therefore, while in the comic book the control of the flow is in the audience , it is in the movie itself in the animation. By the middle of the last century, a new form emerged that made this flow suitable for both disciplines. This new form, called animated comic, is neither comic book nor animation anymore. However, due to the opportunities and production advantages it provides, it has become a popular type, especially since the 1980s. Thanks to their features such as being easier to produce than a classic animated movie, the subject being accepted and liked as a comic book before, and the fact that they are similar to a comic book, they actually have the flow of an animation movie they have come to an appeal to the audience. In this research, printed comics adapted to animated comics were scanned, their animated forms were analyzed comparatively and their usage areas in the industry were mentioned.
Keywords: Comics, animation, motion comics