Have you guys subscribed to Ed Brubaker’s (From the desk of Ed Brubaker) mailing list? If you’re into his stuff, you really should.
Brubaker (Captain America; the crime noir book Criminal; and—my favorite of the lot—Kill or Be Killed, etc.) is one of the industries foremost comic book writers to make use of the mailing list medium wherein he gets to puts out the online content that he wants to an equally interested audience.
That’s sort of the dream isn’t it?
Well, with the help of Substack.com platform, I hope to give subscribers similar updates on my latest collaborations, release dates, giveaways (yes! giveaways!), and by the last quarter of this year: The anticipated return of The Tedi31.com Podcast!
At the time of this writing, I have four comic book artists and writers lined up for interviews—so watch out for Pods in the near future.
Although an unofficial count, I believe the posters of Lindol Issue #1, Issue #2, and Issue #3 along with OBIsessions Issue #1 are completely sold out!
The limited edition posters were promotional giveaways during the release of each book.
Were you lucky enough to pick them up?
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Got great news today that Lindol Comics has been considered for the Komiket Awards 2019 that will be taking place during Komiket 2019 (February 16 and 17, 2019 | The Elements at Centris along Quezon Avenue).
I am also very grateful for the kind reviews that Anima-i Germaine and EK Gonzalez gave Lindol.
Anima-i Germaine wrote:
Lindol #3 by Tedi Gustilo Villasor and Randy Valiente.
The three wanderers find their way to a stronghold created at former EDSA-Ortigas, through various perils. It has more action and movement than the bridging Issue 2, and reveals one of their enemies. Lots of 80s references are dropped, for better or worse. The art is stable and excellent as expected.
EK Gonzales wrote:
Lindol: Tedi Gustilo Villasor and Randy Valiente
Most people have probably heard of The Big One–the rumoured mother of all earthquakes that is said to hit the Philippines anytime soon. But no one has thought of what to do when it hits or what might happen after. But the Lindol creators bring these thoughts alive in their komiks.
In Lindol, the story revolves around a few survivors–most being strangers to one another. The first chapter focuses on establishing its characters and events, and serves as a good hook for the chapters to come.
One distinct characteristic of Lindol is its art style–rough and sketchy–which is perfect for its setting, as well as the afterword from the creators.
Lindol may not look like much at first, but its terrifying idea of the big one will keep you wondering what will happen next, so it’s definitely worth a read.
Best Komiks Category 2018
Last February, the Lindol creative team was honoured to have Issue 1 among the six finalist in the Komiket Awards 2018 ‘Best Komiks‘ category. In fact, the creative team was so proud with the nomination that we wanted to find a way wherein we could cite it in future Lindol publications. Komiket was nice enough to grant us permission to do so and even supplied us with the Nominee 2018 logo that appears on Issues 2 and 3. Continue reading “Komiket Awards 2019 (February 15, 2019)”
After six long years, the eagerly anticipated Fourth San Pablo City Comics Festival finally opened its doors to the residents and visitors of San Pablo City. The event, billed as a “celebration of Philippine comics as a form of art, entertainment, education,” featured a number of new and established independent comic book creators and publishers.
In the afternoon, guest speakers Manix Abrera and Gioseppe Custodio (aka Loser Mangaka) each took their turn onstage and shared some of their adventures in producing independent comics. The Fourth San Pablo City Comics Festival was also not without its star value as it entertained a number of notable guest in the comic book field such as Leinil Francis Yu, Carlo Pagulayan, Stephen Jorge Segovia, Michael Jason Paz, Jeff Huet, and even legendary Filipino illustrator Doninador “Hal” Santiago–who just happened to be taking a walk with his wife along Sampaloc Lake that day when he came across a Comics Festival banner.[i]
The event also served as a birthday celebration of sorts for one of the Festival’s founders and chief organizer, Gerry Alanguilan, who turned 51.