Posts Tagged ‘ObIsessions’

Writing a Promo for Lindol #4 (February 6, 2019)

02/06/2019 Leave a comment

Harder than it looks

I’ve been staring at my laptop’s screen for a couple of hours now trying to hammer out a proper back cover promo to promote our latest issue of Lindol.  The promo will be featured on the back cover of another upcoming book called OBIsessions.

Both books are slated to be release during Summer Komikon 2019 (April 13, 2019 | 10:00 am to 8:00 pm).

Sample advertisement:

Between the cracks of a world wrought by intermittent earthquakes,

rises a far more immediate threat…

A human one.

The enigmatic group known as The Klimcha have captured and imprisoned Dash, Cam, and Grey.

Is this the end for our band of survivors?

Find out in Issue #4

Out in April 2019


This is The New World.

Welcome to…



So what do you guys think?  Would you give the book a shot after reading this promo?

Let me know 🙂


OBIsessions: The Indie Comic Book (April 10, 2017)

04/10/2017 Leave a comment

The OBIsessions creative team of Tedi Villasor (writer) and Jann Galino (artist).

Really excited with my collaboration with the incredibly talented Jann Galino on our creator-owned project entitled OBIsessions.  It is slated for release on August 31, 2017.

Giving Powers a chance (April 8, 2017)

04/08/2017 Leave a comment

My copy of Powers Volume 2: Role-play

While on an out-of-town trip with some friends, we decided to stop by SM City San Pablo for lunch.  It was our first time there and SM sure made the most of their lot.  They had their staple department store and grocery sections but only an exiguous number of restaurants.

The good thing though is that SM City San Pablo did manage to squeeze in a small branch of Booksale among their many lessees.  Highest marks SM!  Anyway, I found a copy of Powers Volume 4: Supergroup and Volume 5: Anarchy[i] and decided to pick them up largely because of the Powers double-splash page homage that writer Joshua Williamson and artist Mike Henderson put into Nailbiter #7[ii].

What then is Powers?  To be honest, I didn’t know much past it being a Brian Michael Bendis book.  It turns out that Bendis and Powers artist Michael Avon Oeming use a very generous–and I do mean generous–amount of panels to convey a scene.

I think by the time I am done reading these Powers books, I’d have my own Powers homage layout in mind for a future issue of ObIsessions.


[i] The following day, I found and purchased Powers Volume 2: Role-play in Booksale’s V-Mall branch.  Anyone know where I can get my hands on Volume 1: Who Killed Retro Girl and Volume 3: Little Deaths? This is a nice little quest since I don’t usually buy physical TPB’s anymore.  You know, lack of space and all.
[ii] If you haven’t read that issue yet, put down what your doing right now and read Nailbiter.  Their 30-issue run ended last March 2017.