Geek, and You Shall Find tells the stories behind the creation and culture in the world of comic books. Authors of several popular stories, including Superman and Game of Thrones, recount how real-life social ills inspired their creations.
Brad Faye is a native New Yorker, published author and Rocky Mountain EMMY® Award-nominated producer/editor. For 11 years, Brad worked as a producer for the National Basketball Association, where his work was featured on global platforms including ESPN, Sports Illustrated and USA Today.
Kelsey Dickerson was born and raised in Arizona, where she graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in business and a focus in communication. After nearly five years of working in public relations for professional sports teams, she found her passion in sharing meaningful stories that can help others.
Three filmmakers, moved by the stories shared with them by comic book convention attendees, decide to travel to conventions across the country to better understand why fans are so passionate about superheroes.
During their journey they speak with iconic creators such as Stan Lee, George R. R. Martin and several of those who have been impacted by their work. Revealing the profound influence comic book culture has had on society, segments include a college professor who implements Spider Man in his criminal justice class and a team of cosplayers who deliver joy and inspiration along with comic books to children battling life-threatening illnesses.
Geek, and You Shall Find explores the history and inspirations behind the culture and how these fictional stories inspired by real-world social ills have helped combat these issues as well.
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