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Wolf Boy and his Magical Warriors

Concept

If you cross Conan the Barbarian with SpongeBob SquarePants and add a sprinkling of Indiana Jones, you’ll begin to understand. This quirky all-ages graphic novel series introduces kids to major events in ancient history.

Synopsis

Hijinks, magic, fun, and highflying adventure weave their way through every volume of this all-ages graphic novel series. This madcap trio sinks Atlantis, topples the Great Wall of China, destroys the Colossus of Rhodes, get Socrates arrested, and burns down the Library of Alexandria. Few have set history screaming off course more often than Wolf Boy and his Magical Warriors!

Starring the ever naive and oblivious Wolf Boy, the mythical, magical and forgetful Monkey King, and the agile and powerful Penthesilea (“Tesi”) the Amazon (hey, she ain’t no princess!). Join these friends for a fantastical romp of epic proportions!

Characters

Wolf Boy and his Magical Warriors Character Gallery

Wolf Boy

In the ancient times when heroes were forged from the edge of a blade, there is one hero who wasn’t — WOLF BOY!

Raised by the great two-headed she-wolf Volupa, Wolf Boy possesses extraordinary strength and speed. He’s equally naive and oblivious, as well as the kindest kid with the most loyal heart. You can always count on him to do the right thing…in exactly the wrong way.

Though not the sharpest tool in the shed, he makes up for it with boundless exuberance and a staggering lack of common sense. With each new madcap adventure, he rescues the helpless from tyrants and villains, leaving a trail of mayhem behind.

Wolf Boy and the Wrath of Stickybeard

Monkey King

Born from a rock thousands of years ago, Monkey King is a wizard…or maybe a god? He can’t remember. He’s extremely curious, crafty, strong (he’s made of rock) and has a horrible memory. He LOVES to have fun, is easily bored, scatterbrained and did we mention forgetful?

MONKEY can transform into anything, multiply, fly on clouds and has a magic staff that he shrinks into a toothpick and hides behind his ear. He admires Wolf Boy’s pure heart and decides to join him…since he had nothing better to do.

Reading for Inspiration
Sun Wukong, also known as the Monkey King, is a mythological figure featured in many Chinese legends. Most notable of these is “Journey to the West” (西游记), a Chinese novel published in the 16th century and attributed to Wu Cheng’en. It is one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.

Monkey King from Wolf Boy and the Wrath of Stickybeard

Tesi the Amazon

Penthesilea (aka “Tesi”) is fighting hard to make a name for herself as a warrior. She decided to leave her home to test her skills and witts by looking for monsters and villains to battle. She was raised to endure all hardships, be responsible, sensible and above all, defend the Amazons and those too weak to help themselves. She is the most devoted, hard working, agile and best strategist of her generation.

Although Wolf Boy annoys her so much that she often can’t stand him, he has a nose for finding adventure. Especially the sort that end in epic battles (which are surprisingly difficult to find). So all things considered, it’s just the sort of thing Tesi is looking for.

Tesi the Amazon from Wolf Boy and the Wrath of Stickybeard

Details

• Full color
• Genre: Children, comedy
• Audience: All ages
• Graphic novel series
• Themes: Friendship, slapstick, humor.
• Similar Titles: Asterix, SpongeBob SquarePants, George of the Jungle and Groo the Wanderer.

FREE Sample

We at 7 Robots are proud to present our very first published comic book – Wolf Boy and the Wrath of Stickybeard!

This is the one that started it all and covers Wolf Boy’s origins (his back story). From this, Miguel Guerra and Suzy Dias created this entirely new graphic novel series. Click here for a free sample or click on the image below.

FREE Sample: Wolf Boy & the Wrath of Stickybeard

Links

Press Release: Wolf Boy & the Wrath of Stickybeard
Free sample of Wolf Boy and the Wrath of Stickybeard!
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