Deviants Win National Book Award!August 31, 2006Deviants Win National Book Award! by SRaffa
These deviants are among the honorees who created Siglo: Passion, which won the National Book Award for Best Comic Book of the Year:
Be sure to stop by their pages and congratulate them!
Here's what the Manila Critics Circle said about Siglo: Passion:
The National Book Award goes to Siglo: Passion, edited by Dean Francis Alfar and Vincent Simbulan, published by Kestrel IMC, Mango Books, and Quest Ventures.
Comic books have experienced amazing and welcome growth through recent years, seeking both polish and distinct identity from the manifold influences they bear on their staples and stitching.
Siglo: Passion is proof of just how far comic books in the Philippines have evolved. Full-color, edgy, and moody, Siglo: Passion also boasts of top Filipino creative t
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