The Comic Book For Budding Eco Warriors
HAPSIE, published by the Clean Planet Foundation, is an online and print comic series which delivers endless HAPSINESS to young people and grown-ups alike.
HAPSIE will amuse 🤣, amaze 😮, but most importantly, educate 🎓; a key focus is on the impact of the plastic and climate crises.
Every Tuesday there is a new comic story from one of the 10+ brilliant HAPSIE crew. Most of the time they are helping us better the environment and world around us, other times they are just being a little bit silly.
Adah Action is also on-hand to provide regular action challenges for readers to take part in. These challenges help you make a difference to the world around us!
HAPSIE is free 🆓 to read online, available on subscription as a monthly comic to your door, or you can order the 200+ page "HAPSIE Hodgepodge" hardback annual:
The HAPSIE Hodgepodge
The HAPSIE Monthly Comic
Today HAPSIE is published and delivered in print from London (UK) to Seattle (USA), Rio Grande (BR) to Torino (IT), Christchurch (NZ) to West Java (ID), and Cape Town (SA) to Stockholm (SE).
Readers have enjoyed 6 hardbacks over the last 2 years, or as HAPSIE likes to call them, The HAPSIE Hodgepodges.
In May 2023 HAPSIE launched its monthly (paperback) series. A 48-page comic with stories, activities & games.
Thousands of young people enjoy reading the free online comic stories published at HAPSIE.com and learning how to better the environment.
Meet the HAPSIE Crew
HAPSIE is read by thousands of readers online, with a new, free, story released every Tuesday at HAPSIE.com. Read Now
You can subscribe to the monthly printed HAPSIE magazine. Join readers all over the world with a 48-page HAPSIE through your door each month. Subscribe.
Each year HAPSIE print a 200+ page hardback called the HAPISE Hodgpodge. Six edditions already published. Buy Backorder
For World Bee Day 2023 (and beyond), HAPISE launched their HAPISE HIVE.
Set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, the HAPSIE Hive follows the progress of a single beehive through this Summer, educating those who follow HAPSIE's nature page about beekeeping, and their importance on the world's ecology.