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    Art by Miguel Guerra
    I'm an illustrator and painter, specializing in comics and graphic novels, 2D art, character designs, painted covers, commissioned art, and spot illustrations. When time allows I participate in gallery shows, exhibit at comic conventions and keep up with my latest titles.

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    Art by Miguel Guerra

    Miguel Guerra is an illustrator and painter, specializing in comics and graphic novels, 2D art, character designs, painted covers, commissioned art, and spot illustrations. To see all of his work for sale, click here.


    Along with his co-creator and co-writer Suzy Dias, the two began publishing their own short stories, comics and graphic novels in 2006. Miguel and Suzy’s short stories have been featured in Heavy Metal (magazine):
    Bedbugs (July 2007)
    • Insomnia (Jan. 2010)
    A Lonely Cry in Space (May 2010)
    BOOKS:

    • Super Corporate Heroes® slaps a satirical spin on everything we know about superheroes, money, and the powers that be. Our tagline? With great power, take no responsibility!
    » For all of the details, including a FREE SAMPLE, click here.

    • CRASH, BOOM, POP! exposes how money and economics actually work with all of the facts, but without all the complicated rhetoric...and make it as easy as reading a comic book.
    » For all of the details, including a FREE SAMPLE, click here.

    • Samurai Elf®, a five-part sci-fi/fantasy graphic novel series that follows an unwilling teen hero as he witnesses the massive failures that plunge his world into a global war.
    » For all of the details, including 8 FREE COMICS, click here.

    •  Wolf Boy and his Magical Warriors is a quirky all-ages graphic novel series that introduces kids to major events in ancient history. Wolf Boy and his pals Monkey King and Camila the Amazon Princess fall into hijinx, magic, fun, and highflying adventure.
    » For all of the details, including a FREE SAMPLE, click here.

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    Comics

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    Etches and Inks

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    Fantasy

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    Illustrations

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    Paintings

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    Sci-Fi

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    Sherlock Holmes

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    Sketches

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  • Translations

    Art by Miguel Guerra

    From 2003 - 2007, Miguel was a translator for NBM Publishing. In 2007, Miguel began working as a regular translator for Heavy Metal, where he continues to the present day. He translates short stories for most issues of the magazine and many books as well.
    Translated books include:
    "Fantastic Art" by Luis Royo, "Dark Labyrinth" by Luis Royo, "Lorna: The Black Castle" by Alfonso Azpiri, "Daily Delirium" by Miguelanxo Prado, "The Forgotten" by Cris Ortega, "The Forgotten 2" by Cris Ortega, and "Cruel Thing" by Lean and Luciano Vecchio.

    Translated short stories for Heavy Metal Magazine include:
    • March 2009: “Sataka" by Luis Roy and "Nocturnal Reflections" by Luciano Vecchio and Lean
    • November 2008: "A Rose in Winter" by Mike Janin
    • Fall 2008: "Nyarlathotep" by Hernán Rodríguez and H.P. Lovecraft, "The Music of Eric Zahn" by Hernán Rodríguez and H.P. Lovecraft and "The Stranger" by Hernán Rodríguez and H.P. Lovecraft
    • September 2008: "Heimdal" by Felix Vega and "Sataka" by Luis Royo
    • May 2008: The White Serpent" by Raulo Caceres
    • November 2007: "Sataka" by Luis Royo
    • Summer 2007: "Disco" by Degus
    • Spring 2007: "Metallia and the Miserables" by Luis Royo and "Guest of Honor" by Studio Escletxa
    • May 2007: "Anemia" by Tony Saudoval, "Metallici and the Miserables" by Luis Royo and "Guest of Honor" by Studio Escletxa
    • March 2007: "The Inferno" by Azpiri, "The Sea and Me" by Raul Trevino, "Sataka" by Luis Royo, "Forbidden Parts" by Eckart Breitschuh (artist) and Joseph Rother (writer) and "Leonardo" by Felix Vega
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    About 7 Robots, Inc.

    Can you imagine an artist who can write? Or a writer with a head for business? Most companies aren't sure what to do with people who don't fit into little boxes. Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias decided to break through these barriers with their own company. 7 Robots is an imaginarium.