Comics Go Global is an exciting project that brings together young comic book creators from around the world. Over seven weeks, particpants work together to develop a finished comic that reflects their interests and/or who they are in the world. As well as being a great way to create a comic book, this project is designed to allow participants to form friendships and working relationships that challenge traditional geographic boundaries. The pilot was represented live, via Skype, at the Royal Geographic Society Conference 2011 in London, by Á.Clotilde Houchon, University of Utah, and transnational youth. It was also featured, this year, on Germany’s largest news network, and at the World Literacy Summit in Oxford. Comics Go Global founders are Dr. Michael Bitz from the Center for Education Pathways, New York; and Antoine Toniolo and Luke Jackson from the Distance Education Centre Victoria.