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Unang Katipunan ng KikoMachine Komix
Unang Katipunan ng KikoMachine Komix
Unang Katipunan ng KikoMachine Komix

REVIEW: The Nativity of Rak-en-rol in ‘Unang Katipunan ng KikoMachine Komix!’

We can see how history in Philippine comics unfolded and unraveled with this beautiful volume by Manix Abrera
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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SouthernBastards_15-1
SouthernBastards_15-1

REVIEW: Adding insults to injury in ‘Southern Bastards #15′

The Southern Bastards #15 starts off a new story arc that is tense, suspenseful and even tenderness. The Jasons deliver their respective creative A-game to the next level to create a very tense atmosphere for a prodigal daughte...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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KillorBeKilled_vol01-1
KillorBeKilled_vol01-1

REVIEW: No turning back on ‘Kill Or Be Killed Vol. 1′

Master noir-suspense-thriller Ed Brubaker and partner-in-crime Sean Phillips never seem to rest their laurels yet again with another dark and psychological tale about the concept of vigilantism in KILL OR BE KILLED Volume 1. Th...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Table for three
Table for three
Table for three

REVIEW: Trese: Table for Three

Trese followers/fans/readers know very well that its co-creator, Budjette Tan, is now living somewhere in northern Europe, but it does not mean he will discontinue writing about our beloved mandirigma/babaylan and the Kambals. ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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stl021793
stl021793

REVIEW: Tax the Rich with ‘Renato Jones The One%: Season One’

Comic creator Kaare Kyle Andrews goes beyond the notoriety he orchestrated in Spider-Man: Reign. He channels his inner thoughts on the current socioeconomic and cultural realities of the world in the graphic medium, alongside t...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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kiko-12-cover-2
kiko-12-cover-2

REVIEW: Kikomachine Komix Blg. 12: Mandirigima ng Tadhana

Artist extraordinaire Manix Abrera continues and/or unleashes his quest of the existential meaning of nothingness (whatever that actually means, but who cares anyway) in comic form in the latest compilation of the increasingly ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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The Goddamned Vol 1 cov
The Goddamned Vol 1 cov

REVIEW: ‘The Goddamned, Vol. 1: Before the Flood’ is the Mark of The Damned

Jason Aaron is on the roll right now. One of the reasons he is nominated for this year’s Eisner’s Awards as Best Writer, I believe, is the quality of storytelling and character development he delivers in his creations and mains...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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muhammad-ali-hc-cov
muhammad-ali-hc-cov

REVIEW: ‘Muhammad Ali’ – The Greatest deserves better

Biography is history. It concerns with one’s life, particularly his/her achievements, legacies, and motivations. It can be a hazardous source of information. If the author(s) has strong admiration with the subject she/he ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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southern-bastards-15-cov
southern-bastards-15-cov

REVIEW: Adding insults to injury in ‘Southern Bastards #15′

The Southern Bastards #15 starts off a new story arc that is tense, suspenseful and even tenderness. The Jasons deliver their respective creative A-game to the next level to create a very tense atmosphere for a prodigal daughte...

 
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comic-death
comic-death

DEATH OR REBIRTH: A Discourse of the Graphic Narrative Phenomenon

The Conundrum to the Continuum Complication in Mainstream Comics So, Bruce Banner-Hulk will be back sooner than later, if the teasers in the current Uncanny Avengers say so. Doctor Octopus is now “alive”, so to speak. Jonah Jam...