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A three-episode digital graphic novel that introduces kids to coding through stories. No experience required!

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Are You Ready for Dystopia 2153?

Inspiring the next generation of coders and storytellers

Coding + Literacy
Games + Graphic Novels
Dystopia 2153 connects 21st Century skills with the love of reading. 


The Story

The year is 2153. In a world run by evil bots, it's dangerous to be human. Lance, Freya, and their friends are trapped in the Rathouse Orphanage. Will they escape or will the Commander and his sidekick catch them?


The Puzzles

Dystopia 2153 is powered by Google's Blockly and features over 40 different levels of coding games. If you're a beginner, don't worry, Chiclet can help you through all the levels. And if you're an expert, show off your coding skills by beating the high score.


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Love traditional graphic novels? Buy your own print edition and read it anytime! Available now!


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Rave Reviews

The artwork is exquisitely dark and beautiful. The coding lessons are well thought out and I appreciate all the opportunities to practice while levelling up.

Iain Brodie, Grade 7/8 Educator, Toronto, Canada

A dystopian future is common in graphic novels however, the execution is what makes this interesting and unique from most graphic novels.

Grade 7 Student, Toronto, Canada

Dystopia 2153 allows my struggling readers to shine with coding skills while challenging my high-level students. I cannot recommend it rough!"

Robin Kuhn, K-12 Educator, Iowa, USA

The drawings were really nice and the coding is the most creative thing about it.

Grade 7 Student, Toronto, Canada

Dystopia has been wholly conceived, developed and produced by TEACH Magazine, a national, educational publishing company based in Toronto, Canada that has been operating since 1993.

From its roots in traditional magazine publishing, TEACH has evolved into a digital media development company creating cutting edge digital resources for teachers and students everywhere.

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