The material was written by Carlos Quevedo and illustrated by Ricardo Carmona. It is available in digital form on the muref.org website or downloaded for printing.
The Frontier Revolution Museum (MUREF) will display the comic “La Toma de Juárez” in a virtual event broadcast on the website’s Facebook page on May 11.
At 6 pm, in addition to the character 7 Leguas, the speech will be started by Chuy García, the director of La Charca Títeres.
This cartoon, written by Carlos Quevedo and illustrated by Ricardo Carmona, is a persuasive material published several years ago by the museum, which tells the story of the famous La Toma de Juárez (La Toma de Ciudad Juárez).
A digital version of the comic has been produced. You can find the comic on the muref.org website or download the comic for printing.
Chuy García said: “We also made a video in which there are 7 Leguas, which is a horse-shaped puppet that appears as a narrator in the comic.”
The forger added that the Comic Consortium also appeared next to the video, which is already available on the museum’s YouTube channel.
“On the 11th, this will be an official display of comics and videos, although we want to put it away in advance in case teachers want to use it as a resource for these dates. The purpose of the museum is to let more people know this fact. , But videos and comics are a resource, so teachers can use it.
The capture of Juarez was an armed conflict in the city of Juarez from May 8th to 10th, 1911, which took place in the central area where MUREF is located.
Introduction of the comic “La Toma de Juárez”
May 11 at 6:00 PM
Muref Facebook page