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Trese 4: Last Seen After Midnight by Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo

January 16, 2015

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Fresh from the battle with a god of war Datu Talagbusao, Trese works on four cases involving the supernatural. Alongside her, the Kambal (means Twins) provide armed protection and magical brawn. In the fourth installment of this graphic horror series, the authors prove once again that Trese rocks.

underpass by gerry alanguilan, david hontiveros, budjette tan, oliver pulumbarit, ian sta maria, kajo baldisimo

April 27, 2010

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Book Review: Another condenado might be living in the underpass in Ayala. Maybe I should jaywalk until I'm over my funk?

TRESE unreported murders by budjette tan and kajo baldisimo

October 18, 2009

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Alexandra Trese won’t make it in Alaska, if she needs to wear a trench coat in sweltering Manila. But, hey, I can relate… style before comfort. In Trese, Manila is a black-and-white world, sheltering all sorts of things that go bump in the night. If there’s something strange in the neighborhood, who are you going […]

TRESE murder on balete drive by budjette tan and kajo baldisimo

October 17, 2009

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Armanaz, Armazan… He’s still a tikbalang living in a penthouse suite. Where life and light should be are only shadows and grey lines. The map of Trese’s Metro Manila contains no details. All I know is that I am in there somewhere, living my ordinary life, and they are there as well, loving and hating, […]

callwork, a call center life by hazel manzano

October 11, 2009

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See, whining is useful! “Most of her comics are centered on the agent’s perspective. It is a good resource because it shows what the bigger population is thinking. All are true and though it is presented as being humorous, it is being used by management as basis to improve processes and employee satisfaction in the […]

ang kagila-gilalas na pakikipagsapalaran ni zsazsa zaturnnah by carlos vergara

September 12, 2009

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Book Review: Ang Kagila-Gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni ZsaZsa Zaturnnah by Carlos Vergara