Journey Into Mexico: The Revenge of Supay

Journey Into Mexico: The Revenge of Supay

Journey Into Mexico: The Revenge of Supay

Journey Into Mexico: The Revenge of Supay

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Overview

It's 1830 and Mexico experiences a political divide when their first Afro-Mexican president, Vicente Guerrero is assassinated. Demons begin to enter through dimensional doorways as the fate of Mexico is left at the hands of the young Tijax Tabares, who summons the power of the Aztec and Mayan gods and the protector iEl Fuego! Making his journey through the Mexican countryside, iEl Fuego! faces fearsome mythical creatures while untangling the mystery of Guerrero's death. He soon learns of a deadly game between the old gods of the Aztec, Mayan, and Incan that will inevitably end in a battle over the future of Mexico.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736547663
Publisher: Comic Book Historians
Publication date: 03/01/2021
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.28(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Alex Grand is a Comic Book Historian, Panelist, Consultant and Motion Comics Animator featured on The Today Show, CGTN America Cable Network, The Life According to Stan Lee Documentary, Kasafilm's Documentary on Marko Djurdjevic, contributer & speaker on both the Marvel Lego Art soundtrack & the Russo Bros produced Docu-Series narrated by Kevin Smith, Slugfest: Marvel vs DC, written creator bio's in graphic novels, consultant to Harvey Comics' Ghost Empire Documentary, and published in The Jack Kirby Collector. He has a Bachelors in Visual Arts and avidly read comics since age 4. His work is quoted in various articles such as those in Disney Plus Marvel 616, Comic Book Resources, Bleeding Cool News, PreviewsWorld, Comics Beat, 13th Dimension, Quality Comix, Grand Comics Database, Wikipedia and am featured in the Walter Day Comic Book History Card Collection. He has written an extensive Foreword in the critically acclaimed Graphic Novel, COR: Controlled Organic Robotics for PKMM Entertainment, contributed images to Alter Ego & DC Comics Before Superman as well as supplied educational videos to San Francisco's Cartoon Art Museum. He has been interviewed for various national and college radio shows like UK's talkRADIO and WVCR 88.3FM in New York, appeared on convention panels ranging from the Dallas Fantasy Fair to San Diego Comic Con International and the notably Academic Comics Arts Conference. His Motion Comics are featured on Amazon Prime, and he founded / administrates Comic Book Historians, a YouTube Docuseries Channel, 10,000 member Facebook group, blogger, and co-hosts the Journalistic CBH Podcast.

My name is Sebastián Guidobono and I'm an Argentine freelance illustrator. I was born in 1984 in Buenos Aires City, where I currently live.

I've been drawing as long as I can remember. I trained with huge illustrators such as Alberto Saichann, Ariel Olivetti and Abril Barrado. I also hold a degree in Multimedia Design which gave me infinite digital tools to combine with my drawing skills.

During 2012 I studied Stand Up Comedy with Fernando Sanjiao. And from 2012 to 2017 I made Stand Up presentations in different bars and theaters around Argentina.

Currently I am dedicated to making comics and illustrations for commissions, in addition I upload content on my social networks (YouTube and Twitch) such as courses, tutorials, live streamings, etc.

In 2019, the first comic I drew called "Los Prodigios" was published by Alquimia Comics publishing house.

N. Scott Robinson, Ph.D., is the founder of Globo Comico social media on international comics. He has presented on International comics at San Diego Mesa College and at Comics Arts Conference, WonderCon, Comic Con International: San Diego, San Diego Comic Fest, and Alaska ComiCon. As an editor, he has worked on the graphic novels Journey into Mexico, Cult Girls, and the English version of Hiroshi Kanatani's webcomic Monster Co.
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