Saturday, July 24, 2010

It's off to the JUDGES

The promotion period for the 15 who finished the second 24-hour Comic Book Challenge is almost finished.

By tomorrow the top 10 most popular comics to finish the challenge will be sent to our distinguished judges:

Gerry Alanguilan
Gerry created comics such as Wasted, Johnny Balbona, Humanis Rex!, and ELMER. He also contributed to anthologies like Siglo: Freedom and Siglo: Passion published in the Philippines. In the US he is known as an inker for such titles like Wetworks, X-Men, Superman: Birthright, Wolverine, High Roads, Fantastic Four, and Silent Dragon. He has also worked alongside with Leinil Francis Yu and Whilce Portacio.

Elbert Or
Elbert’s work include Bakemono High, a comic strip about monsters in high school but he became known for his illustrations in The More The Manyer, a book of Filipino malapropisms. After a year, Without Further Adieu was published and was followed by Lola: A Ghost Story, his first mainstream US project as the illustrator for Filipino-Canadian writer J. Torres.

Boboy Yonzon
Boboy is one of the founding members of the PICCA Festival. He is also currently the president of the Samahang Kartunista ng Pilipinas (SKP) and is the President and CEO of Yonzon Entertainment Syndicate (YES). He published The First One Hundred Years of Philippine Komiks and Cartoons written by John Lent and remains one of the stalwart champions of the Philippine Comic Book Industry.

The top 10 will be posted here in this blog by Monday. Abangan!

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  1. skewee. hehehe. i mean. nerbis. hehehe

  2. how wil d top 10 b chosen? ^_^

    congrats to all d 15 participants!!! you are all good in many ways! advance gudluck na din sa top 10!

  3. XD I'm so tangled with many things this week I haven't promoted my entry that much T_T haha special thanks for my friends on that.

  4. any news? hihihihi.

  5. To Sir Jonas Diego,

    I hope it's all right but reviewing those entries made me realize I might have something to contribute to the whole comic book scene here so I made a blog that would cater to my ramblings on any comics I come across particularly those made here in the Philippines. The website is Komiks KritiKai and it's at


  6. 9:00am, I guess?

  7. Thanks, Erika. This will be a great help, I'm sure. :)