Paris à la Geek

Paris à la Geek

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Paris à la Geek visits the Osamu Tezuka retrospective "Manga no Kamisama" at the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d'Angoulême. Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias drooled as they looked at over 200 original pieces of art, some of which date from the late 1940s (rare indeed!). We highlighted a few for you and shared our thoughts on the God of Manga!

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• Additional photos and information:
http://www.7robots.com/2018/03/ultimate-guide-angouleme-international-comics-festival-2018/
• Angoulême International Comics Festival Everything You Need to Know - Trains, Hotels & Passes:
http://www.7robots.com/2018/01/angouleme-international-comics-festival-everything-you-need-to-know-part-1-trains-hotels-passes-parisalageek-angouleme/

Paris à la Geek gives you the ultimate guide to the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d'Angoulême - especially if you don't speak French. Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias visit this fantastic city-wide festival for the first time and show you around.

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• Additional photos and information:
http://www.7robots.com/2018/03/ultimate-guide-angouleme-international-comics-festival-2018/
• Angoulême International Comics Festival Everything You Need to Know - Trains, Hotels & Passes:
http://www.7robots.com/2018/01/angouleme-international-comics-festival-everything-you-need-to-know-part-1-trains-hotels-passes-parisalageek-angouleme/

Miguel Guerra from Paris à la Geek reviews Black Panther - offering a comic book creator's perspective. Black Panther is directed by Ryan Coogler and stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Winston Duke, Andy Serkis. To read more, visit http://www.7robots.com/2018/02/black-panther-movie-review-no-spoilers-paris-la-geek-is-it-worth-hype-hell-yeah/

A short cut-out animated comedy by Suzy Dias. There are a lot of ridiculous theories about money that economists try to shove into our heads. If you think it's all baloney...you're right. Starring Godzilla, the Boy, Queen Milton Friedman and Mad Scientist Paulo Krugmano. For more info visit http://www.7robots.com/merry-felonies
» Music by the following brilliant composers: Harold Arlen - "Get Happy", Aram Khachaturian - "Sabre Dance". Jacques Offenbach - "Infernal Galop" (Can-Can)

Short cut-out animated comedy by Suzy Dias. Ever feel like your bank has turned you into a zombie? That maybe everyone around you is a zombie, trying to pay off their debts? Work, home, sleep, taxes, repeat. Have a laugh at "the man's" expense. For more info visit http://www.7robots.com/merry-felonies

Samurai Elf is a sci-fi/fantasy series that follows an unwilling hero as he witnesses the massive failures that plunge his world into a global war. When all he has left are his friends and a single-minded need for the truth, life on the edge forces Ardan to raise his sword or fall on it, but our hero chooses to forge his own path. For more information visit http://www.7robots.com/samuraielf
**Co-creators Miguel Guerra & Suzy Dias
**Directed by Daniel Ricottone
**Music by Amsy

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PARTNERS IN CRIME
Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias are co-founders of 7 Robots, where they create and publish their own comics and books. They also co-host Paris à la Geek, the only web series that combines geek culture, comics and Paris. It’s a ménage à trois of madcap fun! For more information visit http://www.7robots.com/about.

OUR COMICS
Their titles include "Super Corporate Heroes" (satire, lampooning corporate culture), "Samurai Elf" (YA sci-fi/fantasy) and "Wolf Boy and His Magical Warriors" (all ages, comedy). They also publish "Earth Dream", a FREE annual anthology to showcase indie talent.

NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS
Some notable achievements are publishing a few short stories in "Heavy Metal" magazine (“Bedbugs” in July 2007, “Insomnia” in January 2010 and “A Lonely Cry in Space” in May 2010) and having "Samurai Elf" picked up by the New York Public Library. Miguel’s illustrations have also appeared on Forbes and with the National Book Foundation in New York. Miguel and Suzy also work with economist Steve Keen to illustrate his new "eCONcomics: Taking the CON Out of Economics" series.

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