Tag Archives: graphic novels

Read It: Halina Filipina

Halina Filipina by Arnold Arre   After reading Mythology Class, I was interested to read more local graphic novels. It was nice to read and discover works made by Filipino artists and somehow, I can say that their works are … Continue reading

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Read It: Mythology Class

Mythology Class By Arnold Arre Mythology class is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Arnold Arre. It tells the tale of 10 UP students who received an odd pamphlet inviting them to join a Mythology class. Everyone goes to … Continue reading

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2013 Year-End Book Roundup

Happy New Year!! As much as I am excited to start with my 2014 reading list, I’d like to share a recap of my year with the books. I know I’m not much of a fast reader unlike others who can … Continue reading

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Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)

Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) I’m not really a fan of the gore and action genre but my friend kept forcing me to watch at least the first anime episode of Shingeki no Kyojin because (and I quote) it … Continue reading

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Read It: Blankets

Blankets by Craig Thompson Ever since I have read Habibi, I always wanted to go buy Blankets. Lucky, I got the chance to buy a discounted copy on Free Comic Book Day (Yey!) Blankets is the graphic autobiography of the … Continue reading

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Read It: Habibi

Habibi by Craig Thompson Dodola was a child forced into marriage by her parents to a script copier. At a very tender age, her innocence was already taken. She was a bride, a wife to a very older man whom … Continue reading

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