We are a Mexican publishing house and creative studio founded in 1994 by Will Eisner Award winner, Oscar Gonzalez Loyo, along with his wife, Susana Romero, and his father, Oscar Gonzalez Guerrero. We're are specialized in family and children-oriented comic books, contents, publicity mascots, storyboards, motion comics, graphic design, animation, scripts and edutainment products for both digital and printed platforms.

Our career includes collaborations and titles with companies such as Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Bongo Comics-The Simpsons, Televisa-Sesame Street, Warner Bros-Looney Tunes, Blue Demon Jr., Right Stuff Inc.-Astroboy, Bubble Gummers, Coqueta & Audaz, Disney Mexico, among many others.

Monday, December 04, 2006

K! MEET & GREETS


Within ¡Ka-Boom! Estudio's activities are conferences to inform students and teachers from different schools in the city about the comic book medium, how is it made and its problems.
Certain times, some student groups come to our Studio to watch in first person how our comics are made, and also the making of an entertainment or advertising mascot.




We have warm gatherings with them, and what we enjoy the most is the parent's interest for their son's own interests concerning Fantasy and Sci-Fi, it makes them remember their own childhood, and therefore, they have a first hand account on what makes this medium so appealing; this info could be definitive to give support to their children if they are interested in following steps into the 9th. Art.



In K!, we are really into this kind of gatherings, because it is essential for us that the parents understand this art form and don't stigmatize comic books as cheap literature. The more info parents have, and the more they are informed about their cultural importance, there'll be less members of the terrific anti-childhood organization, CBDP: "Comic Book Destroying Parents", more parents will enjoy the fantasy with their children, and better yet, they'll remember happy instants of their past that they have forget because of bitter daily experiences as adults.







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