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The one and only Dark Chapel from the Silentsanctum Manga group joins us on the podcast! We talk about his beginnings in the local comics scene and how he still keeps on creating awesome stories despite various challenges in his seven-plus years of making comics.
 
It's part 2 of our conversation with Robert Magnuson! We talk about his process of making comics. Also, we get into how all-ages books are getting into the picture of the local comics scene.
 
It's the first podcast for 2014! We sit down and talk to Robert Magnuson, creator of Kuting Magiting (Hero Kitten), Poso Maximo, Shirley's Pets, among others. We talk about how his family influenced his work and how his comic collection was severely compromised by the Manila climate.
 
Happy holidays! We talk to Elbert Or, creator of Bakemono High, Manosaur, Lola: A Ghost Story (He did the art), and lots and lots of other cool comics things! We also talk about the less-discussed topic of the business side in the local comics scene. This extra-long conversion equals extra-long fun!
 
We resume our conversation with Rob Cham and we talk about the good ol' days of college, how he got started in the local comics scene and we end with recommendations of stuff to watch and listen to.
 
After a year and a half, WIPForIt is back! And for our first trick back, we talk to Internet darling Rob Cham!We talk about his comics influences growing up in Baguio, how the Internet has changed comics culture and, put those two together, porn - from fan-made comics porn online to the one he did back in high school! Oh, yes.…
 
In this episode, we talk to Carlo Vergara, creator of the superhero comic ZsaZsa Zaturnnah. The widely popular Zaturnnah has transposed to theater productions and a full length feature film.Carlo talks to us about his process in creating the sequel to the first compilation entitled Zaturnnah sa Kalakhang Maynila which went into the stands last ...…
 
Happy new year, peepulation! Our first guest for 2012 is Gerry Alanguilan, creator of the Wasted series, inker on countless Marvel and DC titles and, more recently, creator of the 2011 Eisner-nominated comic book Elmer.We talk about how the perception of local comics has changed through the years and how it's keeping up with the ever-changing a ...…
 
This month's guest is Macoy Tang, creator of titles like the Ang Maskot one-shot and the zombie series School Run.We talk about his thought process in creating comics, the old and the new local comics creators, the comics scenes here and abroad, his ethnicity (he's Chinese, DUH), and his plan to sell comics in sari-sari stores. Really!…
 
WIPcomics gives you an audio account of the Biggest Komik event of the year - KOMIKON 2011. We give you a blow-by-blow account of the day, as well as comments and recordings from exhibitors and fans alike. Among those interviewed and recorded include:- Doc Carlo San Juan(8:27)- Josel Nicolas (13:37)- Rob Cham (15:23)- Sherry Baet-Zamar - Openin ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with Doc Carlo (Callous Comics) on how he found himself doing comics and practicing medicine at the same time. We go through his early years of Callous Comics, how he started, including his influences, motivation, and philosophies for making comics, such as his opinions as to why webcomics doesn't seem to catch on as mu ...…
 
We go into Josel's works in this episode, as he explains how he went about creating them, from Roleplay to Windmills, then to the Huling El Bimbo Adaptations and many more. Josel also talks about censorship, the Neil Gaiman Fantasy Fiction Awards, and his brief stint in K-zon with his comic Doc Brick.…
 
Josel Nicolas is known for his komiks Windmills, Doc Brick, El Bimbo Adaptations, Roleplay, and many others. In this first installment of our interview, we learn about his komiks roots- how he got introduced to komiks, and his influences.
 
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