Tabi Po: Isyu 1

Tabi Po: Isyu 1

Mervin Malonzo / Oct 21, 2019

Tabi Po Isyu National Book Awardee for Graphic Literature Filipino Isang lalake ang bigla na lamang nagising sa loob ng isang puno sa gitna ng kagubatan na walang alaala kung sino siya at saan siya nagmula Ang tan

  • Title: Tabi Po: Isyu 1
  • Author: Mervin Malonzo
  • ISBN: 9789710545346
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • National Book Awardee for Graphic Literature Filipino Isang lalake ang bigla na lamang nagising sa loob ng isang puno sa gitna ng kagubatan na walang alaala kung sino siya at saan siya nagmula Ang tanging alaala lang niya ay isang imahe ng babae na nakikita niya sa kanyang panaginip, at ang tanging nararamdaman niya ay isang matinding gutom na mabilis na namumuo sa k National Book Awardee for Graphic Literature Filipino Isang lalake ang bigla na lamang nagising sa loob ng isang puno sa gitna ng kagubatan na walang alaala kung sino siya at saan siya nagmula Ang tanging alaala lang niya ay isang imahe ng babae na nakikita niya sa kanyang panaginip, at ang tanging nararamdaman niya ay isang matinding gutom na mabilis na namumuo sa kanyang walang pusod na sikmura Isang gutom na mapapawi lamang ng laman dugo.

    Isyu Tabi Po Comic Review Tabi Po Isyu by Mervin Malonzo Take a walk on the wild side Tabi Po Book Tabi Po Our monsters are scarier than theirs Tabi po gives birth to a bloody, morbid masterpiece Local Reads Top You Should be Reading Now FHM Mervin Malonzo Talks Tabi Po Rocket Kapre Tabi Po Isyu by Mervin Malonzo Had a problem reading my copy of Tabi Po Isyu by Mervin Malonzo as some pages seem to have blurred art, which, combined with the darker color palette and smaller font size compared to the previous two volumes , posed a challenge to my eyes That said, it was satisfying to finally learn the fate of our aswangs Elias, Tasyo, and Salome. Tabi Po Isyu by Mervin Malonzo Tabi Po Isyu is an intriguing start to the seri Tabi Po by Mervin Malonzo is a comics series steeped in Filipino folklore and set during the Spanish colonial period It features the aswang, a supernatural creature that hungers for flesh and blood. Tabi Po Isyu by Mervin Malonzo Jan , Tabi Po Isyu continues to deliver flesh tearing goodness Immediately starting from where Isyu ended, this Mervin Malonzo masterpiece is a careful craft of alternate fiction that delivers a devastatingly delicious amount of artsy gore and cinematic sketches Yes, Isyu Here there be monsters Mervyn Malonzo s Tabi Po Isyu Tabi Po Isyu weaves new tales of old novels by the National Hero, Dr Jose P Rizal, imbuing Rizal s characters with newer, sinister facets and giving the Isyu Tabi Po Jun , Kung gusto ninyong sumuporta sa website na ito, maaari kayong bumili ng print version ng Tabi Po Isyu to andito lahat ng nasa website na ito at higit pa at iba pa naming komiks Punta lang kayo sa mervstore para umorder Aasahan ko ang inyong suporta Salamat Isyu Tabi Po May , Nais kong magpasalamat sa mga nagbigay ng komento at papuri sa ating pagbubukas noong unang linggo ng Mayo Para sa iba pang batikos at mungkahi, maaari akong maabot sa email na ito mervin tabi po. Samantala, narito ang iilan sa mga papuring aking natanggap. Isyu Tabi Po Simula kasi noong dalawang nakaraang isyu, nagbibigay sya ng kanyang mga payo at suhestiyon sa akin kung paano magiging mas maayos at mas natural ang flow ng ating storya Maaari nating sabihing sya ang editor ng Tabi Po simula noong isyu Ang proseso ay ganito Pagkatapos kong gawin ang bawat isyu, ipapakita ko muna ito sa kanya. Isyu Tabi Po Nov , Sinama ko na rin ang trophy ng National Book Award sa likod na napanalunan ng Tabi Po Isyu noong Pasensiya po sa pagyayabang Minsan lang naman Hindi ako mahilig sa awards pero pagdating dito sa Tabi Po, natutuwa ako kasi buong puso ang ibinuhos ko sa paggawa nito kaya natutuwa ako sa pag appreciate ninyo sa kuwento ko. Tabi Po Si Mervin Malonzo ang sumulat at gumuhit ng komiks na TABI PO na nanalo sa National Book Awards at naging TV series sa Cignal nung Grumadweyt siyang magna cum laude sa UP Fine Arts Marami pa siyang ibang ginawang komiks at mga libro.

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      • Mervin Malonzo

        Mervin Malonzo wrote and drew the National Book Award winning comic TABI PO He also worked with writer Adam David on another title called ANG SUBERSIBO, a comic adaptation of Rizal s NOLI and FILI He graduated magna cum laude in UP Fine Arts When he is not creating comics, he is creating websites, animations, and illustrations for other people and entities.


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    1. Tabi Po is a Filipino graphic novel written and illustrated by Mervin Malonzo. It is about the story of Aswangs, a flesh-eating and shapeshifter individuals during the time of the Spanish colonization in the Philippines.Aswang is one of the famous mythical beings in the Philippines folklore. It was said that aswang and other similar creatures were made up by the Spanish friars to instill fear among the Filipinos, notably the natives, so they can spread the Catholic doctrine in the country.Both t [...]


    2. I have been suffering a reading slump for two weeks now so I decided to read a comic book.Tabi Po Isyu 1 (Issue 1), by Mervin Malonzo, was first published online. It tells the story of Elias, a man who woke up inside a tree. He doesn’t remember who he really is and anything from his past, except an image of a girl in his dreams. All he knows is that he feels a terrible hunger in him and he is driven by it.The only thing that could satisfy his hunger is flesh and blood.Elias is an aswang, a cre [...]


    3. Tabi Po Isyu 1 is disturbingly delicious. Mervin Malonzo's art is incredible. There is poetry in his writing and drawing style - the movements are fast, unforgivable, sensual, and gracefully alive. Facial expressions are spot-on. The warm sepia color palette perfectly fits the Spanish era horror story. While the Watchmen zoom-out technique at the start of a chapter felt a bit overused and the "Mga Tala ni Simon" is even similar to Alan Moore's narrative snippets, it is just plain stupid for me t [...]


    4. May panitikan na tayo bago pa man dumating ang mga Kastila. Ngunit sa humigit-kumulang 300 taon tayong sinakop ng mga Kastila. Iba’t ibang akda ang nalathala at naging moderno ang publikasyon. Sa panahon ding ito, inilathala ang Noli Me Tangere at El Filibusterismo na naging kanon at nagkaroon ng malaking impluwensiya sa panitikan. Hindi lamang sa Pilipinas ngunit sa buong mundo. Ngayong nasa panahon na tayo ng Millennials at Jejemon. Nakakapagtaka na kakaunti lang ang nababasa natin tungkol s [...]


    5. Maganda yong drowing dahil Pinoy na pinoy yong mga karakter. Pango ang ilong noong tatlong bida at di nagkukunwaring dayuhan o gaya sa ginagawa ng ibang ilustrador. Pati ang mga pangalan ng mga tauhan: si Elias ang batang lalaking aswang at sina Tasyo at Sabel ang mag-asawang aswang din. Si Elias ay laging walang damit kagaya ng nasa pabalat. Si Tasyo at Sabel, minsan nakadamit Kastila (dahil yan yong panahon na una silang naging aswang) at madalas ay nakahubad din? Bakit sila nakahubad kapag na [...]


    6. This is a book that pushes the boundaries of what is currently done in Filipino graphic novels. It is unlike what came before it. Instead of detailed sequential panels and pages rendered in pencil and ink, this with fully painted visuals that could ascends into the category most narrow-minded people consider high art.Believe me, the comicbook and the graphic novel are true art it is just that it is pretty awe-inspiring to see Tabi Po creator Marvin Malonzo bring his art to this high a level and [...]


    7. Para sa gustong magpakalalim, o magpakababaw, o para sa mga taong nais lang namang mairaos ang hilig nila sa pagbabasa ng komiks, ito ay inirerekumenda kong babasahin para sa inyo. Ngunit isang babala, dahil unti-unti ay madadala ka sa bawat pahina, at mapapalalim ang ano mang kuneksiyon ang nasimulang mabuo sa unang pagsilip mo sa librong ito. Isa pa sa ikinaganda ng komiks na ito na tiyak ko namang natatangi ay ang istilo ng pagkakaguhit. Idagdag na natin sa puntos kung bakit ko ito nagustuhan [...]


    8. Unang Sagpang(Book Review ng Tabi Po: Isyu 1 ni Mervin Malonzo)Mula sa saling-bibig, mitlohiya, at maging sa popular na media, gaya ng telebisyon, radyo, pelikula, at komiks, palasak na larawan ang aswang bilang tagapaghasik ng lagim dala ng hindi masawata nitong kagutuman sa dugo at laman ng tao’t hayop. Sa grapikong nobela ni Mervin Malonzo ay kakaibang imahe ng aswang ang kanyang ipinakikita sa mambabasa; oo nga’t narito pa rin ang karaniwan nitong katangiang walang habas na pagkahayok sa [...]


    9. I've heard about this book through the Visprint authors that I follow on Facebook. I also heard about the rave reviews and I was extremely interested as I like reading about local myths, particularly about aswangs. What I liked about this book was the gorgeous art and the language used to tell the story. Malonzo's art is truly one-of-a-kind: rich in detail, eerie and mysterious just like the story itself. I love how he used pure Tagalog in his prose (my only gripe was "nanaman", but that's just [...]


    10. Loved this book! An awesome reinvention of the cliche Philippine mythologies I hated so much, a life of an aswang retold in a protagonist's perspective. It reminds me so much how cool was the first Trese book was. I think the main reason why I love this book is it's an adaptation of 'Interview with the Vampire' in a Filipino setting. The storyline is very similar, where they move from nayon to nayon. And I'm a huge fan of that book and seeing it in a more familiar is cool.Malonzo's distinct art [...]


    11. Paano ba dapat bigyan ng rating ang comic books at graphic novels? Batay ba sa kwento lamang? Sa pagkaguhit? 50-50 yung dalawa? Mahirap!Ang una mo talagang mapapansin sa Tabi Po ay ang estilo ng pagkaguhit ng mga larawan at ang grapikal (graphic?) na paglalarawan sa katawan ng mga karakter at sa mga pangyayari. Dugo ba ang hanap mo? Laman o hubong katawan? Kung ang Twilight na di ko nabasa ay pinaghalo ang horror (elemento ng bampira sa kwento) at ka-cheesyhan (romansa), itong Tabi Po ay pinagha [...]


    12. Actually sa website ko lang siya nabasa. Aantayin ko yung publish ng Visprint this 2014, swear bibili ako. Haha! Sobrang ganda, the best. Astig! Haha sorry puro adjectives na lang, pag kase nagtype pa 'ko, magiging spoiler ako.Sana basahin n'yo sa website 'tong Tabi Po. Please sige na. Para may kadamay ako. Haha. Basta. Nakakainis. 2am pa naman ako nagbasa nun grrrrrr hahhaahaha =))




    13. This comic book is originally a webcomics written in Tagalog and can be viewed for free at tabi-po/isyu/unang-akl.Its story explores the local lore of the Philippines particularly the aswang, while employing some familiar characters from Jose Rizal's novels like Elias, Salome, Tasyo and Padre Damaso. What's so brilliant about it is it's in full color!--something very rare among published comics in the Philippines.Issue #2 is coming out soon as well as its English translations. Malonzo is a grad [...]


    14. Una, maganda ang pagkakadrawing. Di ito tipikal komiks na nakasanayan ko (na kumporme't nakakatawa, pang-aliw lang ba talaga). Pangalawa, ang mga pangalan. Di gumamit ng Jennifer, Paulo o Mary Jane. Ang mga pangalan e hango sa mga pangalan ng mga tauhan sa nobela ni Rizal. Pangatlo, ang kwento. Siguro hindi na bago sa iba ang mga ganitong kwento pero sakin kasing nagsisimula pa lang tumuklas ng ibang komiks maliban pa kay Manix, bago pa ang mga ganito. Lalo na sa mga aswang aswang. Nakakadiri na [...]


    15. Una kong nalaman ang komiks na ito sa aking kaibigan sa Facebook. Ibinahagi niya ang bidyo nito na tinalakay ang unang kabanata. Tungkol ito sa isang aswang na si Elias na nabuhay noong panahon ng Kastila hanggang sa kasalukuyan. Kakaiba ang atakeng ito para saakin; ang aswang na kadalasang kalaban ay siyang bida. Malinis ang istorya, kailangan ko lang sigurong basahin muli upang masanay sa kanyang dibuho.




    16. This is one of those books where the art is what drives the story it tells. Seriously, the art style is disturbingly brilliant! Every bit of it is just well produced and very easy on the eyes - I mean if your eyes aren't that conservative in terms of blood and butchery and slaughter. This here is not for your eyes kiddos. Plotwise, it lays out a pretty good design and direction to which story it wants to portray. It keeps me as a reader interested even with every little detail there is that's be [...]


    17. Isa akong horror fan at tuwang-tuwa ako na sa wakas ay may horror graphic novel na gawang Pinoy na kahanga-hanga ang pagguhit na talagang gorey, graphic at nakaka-intriga ang kwento, o kung meron pang iba, hindi ko pa sila nababasa.Nagustuhan ko ang mga karakter, lalo na sina Tasyo at Sabel. Hindi ko pa nakikitaan ng kahit anong kakaiba (maliban sa pagiging mapangahas na 'aswang') si Elias, ngunit ika nga'y isa siyang 'bagong silang' at nagsisimula pa lang siya matuto kung paano laruin ang laro. [...]


    18. 1, Ang ganda ng art nito.2, Intriguing yung premise, love the fact na historical siya, at tungkol pa kina Elias at Salome. Ito ba yung Elias at Salome ni Rizal?3, Inedit ni Adam David 'yung narrative. Cool.4, Medyo iffy ako sa language na ginagamit ng mga characters actually. Not sure how this plays out with the timeline it's set in pero: most probably kasi maraming taong nag-Eespanyol nung panahong 'yon and it's not like maiintindihan ko pag nag-Espanyol nga sila. I'm pretty sure may Tagalog at [...]


    19. Note: I'm not a hardcore comic reader.Actually, aside from Manix Abrera's komiks, I don't really read komiks that much. Haha!So when I bought a copy of this book for our monthly read, I didn't have any expectations.Okay, game.It was nice. Hahaha!Interesting concept, story. : ))I'm not a fan of the 'messy look' in reads though. I prefer the 'clean-cut'. But since this komiks was about flesh-eating monsters, I guess the messy look works for the gory scenes.Pero maganda. Ang ganda nung arts. Hehe!


    20. Kumpara sa kaniyang Ang Subersibo na kasama si Adam David, tumungo naman si G. Malonzo sa mga bagay na hindi natin maipaliwanag, at nagustuhan ko ito sapagkat buhay ang pinag-uusapan natin at kung paano nagiging buhay para sa iba ang buhay ng isang nilalang na nangangailangan nito. Hahanapin ko muna ang Isyu 2 at ipagpapatuloy ang pagbabasa nito.


    21. This reads like a slice-of-life seinen manga, only it's horror and deeply steeped in Filipino culture. I love how the dark and broody art (reminiscent of Hiroaki Samura) strengthens the storytelling. It's not an action-packed story, despite the subject matter, but I felt like the languid pace helped me relate to the presumably unrelatable characters (uhm, Aswangs?) more. Definitely want more, especially since it ends in a cliffhanger. Fortunately, we already have the second volume, too.


    22. I deeply regret not getting the Issue 2. Now I'm actually dying to know what happens next with Elias, Tasyo and Sabel (the mysterious Aswang trio) and who would save the hapless townsfolk from them (if there is a hero in this story, that is).Chilling, grotesque and horrifyingly morbid - just the way I like it.


    23. A bloody good kind of refreshing for Filipino literature and comics. I loved the raw art with watercolor and pencils. The story is very promising. I'm betting that Malonzo really loves Noli and El Fili more than I could comprehend. Makes me want to review my high school readings! Haha! Looking forward to more.


    24. The painterly style that runs through the book is exquisite, but it suffers from a shaky setup. I think the biggest hurdle for me has been trying to pinpoint the tone of the story, whether I should expect some of the cartoonish reaction shots that sharply deviate from its portentous mode.


    25. Flipreads freebie ulit.Grabe, ganda ng art! Tapos yung characters loosely based on Noli/Fili characters? Bet na bet. Pero feeling ko mas magugustuhan ko yung Tagalog version.*checks site* 15 issues na pala?!p.s. Ang ganda ng website!


    26. Astig ng art style! A genius adaptation of Jose Rizal's Noli Me Tangere fused with Philippine mythology, this book Will instantly get you hooked and clawing for more. A triumph in Philippine komiks!


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