34 Filipino web comic artists to follow
MANILA, Philippines – Can you remember the first comic strip you ever read? Did it become an instant favorite? Did it make you laugh? Did it make you want to pick up a pen and start drawing?
These days, comic book characters from our childhood are being brought back to life through the many adaptations on the big and small screen. However, it's time we also shined a spotlight on young and upcoming comic artists who are making their own waves online.
If you grew up loving the exciting adventures of Captain Barbell and the classic heroine Dyesebel, you might love getting to know these contemporary characters and stories, too. Try reading the hugot-enducing love story of Uy Si Crush and the fresh and funny Little Things PH.
There may be no school like the old school, but new kids on the block can certainly hold their own.
Here are 34 local web comics and artists you should check out!
Here's where you can follow them online:
AxM Stories - Facebook
Freely Abrigo - Deviantart
Likeman Komiks - Facebook
Paolo Jomadiao - Facebook
Split Second Miracle Komiks - Facebook
TRIBO - Facebook
Uy Si Crush - Facebook
Windmillls - Facebook
If you know any other Filipino web comic artist we should feature, you can share their work on X! - Rappler.com
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