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Lindol Comics @ FEU (January 30, 2019)

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Komiks sa Piya: Mga talks tungkol sa History at Self-Publishing ng Komks will be at the FEU Technology Building’s 9th Floor Mini-Auditorium on February 8, 2019 (1:30 pm – 4:30 pm).

As part of Far Eastern University’s (FEU) 91st Foundation Anniversary, Lindol Comics’ co-creator Tedi Gustilo Villasor will join The New DI-13 writer Mr. Damy “Ian” Velasquez III for an alternative learning class entitled, “Komiks sa Piyu: Mga talks tungkol sa History at Self-Publishing ng Komiks” (February 8, 2019 | 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm).

Starting with Damy “Ian” Velasquez III’s talk, “Si Kenkoy, DI-13 at ang “Golden Age ng Komiks,” FEU Fine Arts students will be treated to an insightful look at a number of iconic Filipino Komiks and the rich history behind them.  While Tedi Gustilo Villasor’s talk, “Self-Publishing: Making your mark in the comic book industry today” will provide participants with not only an inside look into independent publishing but also some tips on how indie creators could make their projects a reality.

Both talks will run for an hour each and end with a group Q&A.

Venue and Merchandise

“Komiks sa Piyu: Mga talks tungkol sa History at Self-Publishing ng Komiks” will be held at the FEU Technology Building’s 9th floor Mini-Auditorium.  I heard the seating capacity of the venue is 150–so come early to score the good seats.

The New DI-13 and Lindol Comics will also been sold inside the Mini–Auditorium.  Do drop by and say hi!

Profiles

Damy “Ian” Velasquez is the grandson of Komiks pioneers Damy and Tony Velasquez. He was a faculty member in FEU for more than 20 years.  Ian is writing The New DI-13, an ongoing series with legend Rico Rival on art.

Tedi Gustilo Villasor, Ph.D. is the publisher, writer, and co-creator of Lindol Comics with award-winning artist Randy Valiente.  He is a practicing Counseling and Sport Psychologist at the Makati Medical Center and the Managing & Finance Director of Metropolitan Psychological Corporation.

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