Skyworld: Apocrypha

Skyworld Apocrypha None

  • Title: Skyworld: Apocrypha
  • Author: Mervin Ignacio Ian Sta. Maria
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
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    • A Komikon 2011 specialWhat makes this an interesting reimagination of Filipino creature mythology is that it remains recognizable from our oral tradition of midnight stories; while infusing it with a dash of Western monster tales. I never thought that tikbalang, being a creature of mystic origin can be turned into a vampire. I’ve always thought them immune to its bite. Technically it is an aswang, but this creatures we thought of as aswang are basically vampires in this story, social, vicious [...]


    • Also posted at PINOYPETERPAN WORD: BANGIS!What a way to start a great epic story. I still can’t get over how good it felt to me, as a reader, the way the storytelling and the art seemed to compliment each other. Whenever “Makabo” narrates, it was like poetry being vividly described by the panels. I hope that you guys can hear me clap right now because Mervin Ignacio and Ian Sta. Maria deserves itE STORY:Quick fact here . . .I almost believed it! (The part about the Skyworld and how it was [...]


    • Mervin Ignacio and Ian Sta.Maria have created in Skyworld what I think is the most promising re-interpretation of Filipino myths since Mythology Class. Calling film production outfits! Once the seriesis complete, this work definitely deserves to be adapted as a movie!RE de Leon9:50 PM January 1, 2011Agoo, La Union



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