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Wednesday, July 21, 2010
THE MUSE by Lynette Carpio and Johnny Y. Danganan
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April Ann Ricafort
April is one of the newest member of the KOMIKERO Artist Group and is busy honing her artistic skills. She is a regular contributor to the KOMIKERO Komiks Anthology.
Ariel is one of the founders and core members of the Artist's Den and has been a long time comic book creator with published work both in the Philippines and abroad.
Azrael is one of the Philippine Blogosphere's more popular blogger. He writes mostly about geek and popular culture and can be seen around in events and convention around the city.
Carlo is the creator of the wildly popular graphic novel Ang Kagila-gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni Zsazsa Zaturnnah and one of the Philippines' most popular comic book creator.
Dexter Entera, a relative new-comer to the Komikero Artist Group, but has been one of its more dependable and regular contributor. He is also a member of the Bayan Knights.
Enzo Vega is the head of the Graphic Literature Guild, an organization composed of students from UPLB dedicated to the art of making comic books.
Geoff is one of the founding members of the Komikero Artist Group and a member of the Bayan Knights. He's a call boy (i.e. call center agent) by day and comic creator by night.
Gerry is certainly quite a character, easily one of the most vocal proponents of Philippine Komiks and certainly one of the most accomplished comic book creators we have.
Gilbert Monsanto is one of the best and one of the fastest comic book creators working in the Philippine Comic Book Industry and is the founder of Bayan Knights.
Hazel is someone who really needs no introduction but we're going to do one anyway because that's just the way we roll. She's the creator of the popular Callworks comic strips.
Henry Anima II
Henry Anima II is a photographer and comic book illustrator at heart but is a programmer by profession. He is a long time member of the Komikero Artist's Group.
Jake Sumbing is a member of the Komikero Artist Group and a long time comic book illustrator. He is currently working in the Middle East as a furniture designer.
James Ryan Toledo
James Ryan Toledo, aside from his pursuits in the sequential arts (i.e. comic books), is also the Komikero Artist Group's gaming guru and pursues it with much passion.
Jason C. Torres
Jason C. Torres is the strong silent type. He doesn't say much but his comic books speaks volumes. He has a very innovative storytelling style that is a delight to read.
Johnny Y. Danganan
Johnny is the heart of the Komikero Artist Group. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture but has been a lifelong disciple of the arts.
Jonas Diego is a jack of all trades, master of some. Blogger, business man, and creative he still considers himself as a comic book creator first and foremost.
Kevin Ray Valentino
Kevin is one of the youngest member of the Komikero Artist Group and is very much single. He doesn't say much but you know what they say about still waters.
Lynetter Carpio is a teacher by profession, writer by passion, and eats idiots for breakfast. She speaks softly...but she carries a big stick (and she's not afraid to use it).
Manix is one of the country's most popular comic strip creator. His creation, Kiko Machine, is serialized daily in the Philippine Daily Inquirer and enjoys a wide audience.
Neil Amiel Cervantes
Neil is one of the country's foremost digital colorist, having worked for a variety of international and local art studios, mixing digital sensibilities with traditional know-how.
Pilar Esber is an up and coming comic book creator based in San Pablo City, Laguna. She's currently taking up Fine Arts in the University of Santo Tomas in Manila.
Rodrigo Andres, or Rod as close friends and colleagues like to call him, is a long time member of the Komikero Artist Group and is a great fan of the horror genre.
Steven Pabalinas is the author of Divine Comedy serialized daily in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, one of the country's most well-known newspaper publication.
Tobie Abad is the creator of the critically acclaimed webcomic Diliman, receiving high praise from such comic luminaries such as While Portacio for his creativity.
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