Schedule of Komiks Events 2018

Saturday, December 7, 2013

And the winner for the Filipino Reader's Choice Awards for the Comics/Graphic Novel Category is...

Photo Source: http://tresekomix.blogspot.com/2012/10/trese-5-midnight-tribunal.html
Congratulations to Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo for winning this year's award at the Filipino Reader Con held today, December 7, 2013, at the Ateneo Rizal Library!!!

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Indie Spotlight: Silver Star by Freya Dy

Silver Star by Freya Dy

Silver Star
Acquired on: Winter Komikon 2013 (November 16, 2013) 

Selling price: Php 50.00
Written by: Freya Dy

Illustrated by: Freya Dy
Cover: Colored, printed on bond paper

Illustrations: Black and white except for title pages
Type: Compilation comic. Used to be sold as three separate chapters.

Characters: Recurring. Also appeared in other titles of the same author/group.
Published under: Filipino Utilized Manga Magazine 3 (FUM Magazine) - Indie

Sunday, November 17, 2013

After the Kon Reports: Winter Komikon 2013

Event poster taken from Komikon.org.

It's a day after the Komikon and I still have the leftover genkiness from all the feels from yesterday! And I can say that this has been the best Komikon I've ever attended in the past 3 years.

Winter Komikon 2013: An Extraordinary Komikon for an Extraordinary Cause

This year's Winter Komikon 2013 proved to be unlike any other Komikons from before. In the wake of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), komiks artists and fans unite at the Bayanihan Center not just to enjoy komiks but to help to the cause of bringing relief to the typhoon survivors. Almost every booth held up signs pledging to donate all or part of their day's sales to the cause.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Beyond Komiks: Other Things YOU Can Do for the Typhoon Yolanda Survivors

It's already about a week since Typhoon Yolanda devastated the Philippines and still, the news about the devastation and current situation of the survivors continue. There is an endless call for donations as the current stocks of basic necessities in the disaster-stricken areas rapidly deplete. Everywhere you hear people and institutions pledging part of their salary or their sales to the cause. But aside from donating cash or relief goods, there are also other ways on how you can help your fellowmen in this time of crisis: