Friday, February 26, 2016

12:01


We attended Komiket 2016 and one of the best things we got to take home was this short graphic novel called 12:01 by Russell Molina and Kajo Baldisimo.

It's a very simple but powerful story about a rock band missing curfew time during the Martial Law years. This small book reminds us of the terror and fight for freedom that happened during that time. A message that I myself somehow have to re-learn and then pass on to Matt.

Here's author Russell Molina who talks about 12:01:



Not sure yet where 12:01 will be available, but I assume you can purchase it directly from Adarna House HERE or at the next Komiket, at Komikon, and at the Manila International Book Fair. I also assume it will be available, if it isn't already, at major bookstores.

For more photos of all the cool stuff we got from Komiket, check out my Instagram account: @manilabookworm.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for picking it up, Nina, and for helping spread the word. Rock `n Roll!

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  2. OMG. Thanks for visiting po! :)

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