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El Indio is an adventure komiks novel written and illustrated by Francisco V. Coching and published in the pages of Pilipino Komiks from 1952 - 1953. It tells the story of Fernando, a handsome and dashing colored Spanish mestizo who went back to the Philippines to exact revenge on his father who he believed abandoned him and his mother Blanquita. There he discovered the cruel and oppressive colonial government, and joined the rebels in the fight against the oppressors as El Indio. El Indio was the sequel to Coching's popular series, Sabas, Ang Barbaro and is the most popular and most succesful of all his comic novels and in Philippine komiks history. It was adapted into film in the following year, 1953. In 2004, Filipino artist and writer Gerry Alanguilan started on the restoration of El Indio with the help of Francisco V. Coching Foundation. Alanguilan, assisted by Zara Macandili, took on the huge task of digitally restoring the unbound, published pages of El Indio printed on newsprint, as hardly any of Coching's original art exists today. In 2007, El Indio was chosen as one of the Top 100 Pinoy Komiks as pooled by the editors of Filipiniana.net... (read more)


Vintage Komiks

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Tagalog Klasiks was first published in 1949 and is the third komiks-magazine in the Philippines, after Halakhak Komiks (1946), and Pilipino Komiks (1947). This komiks-magazine was published by Ace Publications, which was the largest publisher of komiks-magazines during that time. The very early issues of Tagalog Klasiks were patterned after the American comics Classics Illustrated, and indeed, some of the serials were taken from American comics although translated into Tagalog.

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The Philippine Komiks Encyclopedia Portal

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How is yu pipols, watsamara? I'm Kenkoy Harabas, the first cartoon character in Philippine Komiks! I welcome you to WikiPilipinas Encylopedia of Philippine Komiks. This portal aims to provide a comprehensive scope of knowledge on Philippine Komiks. Wikipilipinas presents this portal as we build the best of what WikiPilipinas can offer for the Filipino people. The major topics divided into several categories provide the organizational framework for this Philippine Komiks portal. The outline and its contents will showcase the collaborative efforts that we can start within WikiPilipinas. This content outline will undergo a thorough review process to ensure that it meets the highest standards that WikiPilipinas upholds. So it's beri nesesaring mag-contibute tayong lahat dito! Okidoki, see you pipols!

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