From Tony Velasquez and Romualdo Ramos’ "Kenkoy" to Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo’s "Trese", Pinoy komiks have entertained and inspired us for generations. What’s the secret to making komiks that readers from all walks of life can enjoy? In this episode, komikeros Carl Javier and Bambi Eloriaga-Amago talk about creating, enjoying, and appreciating the power of Pinoy komiks.
Humans have always collected objects—from shells by the seashore, to toys, books, and stamps! But why do we gather, organize and display these items? And how does society benefit from this hobby? We explore that and more with collectors like ARMY and K-Pop merch collector Bella Toledo, toy collector and journalist Pam Pastor, weapon collector and anthropology professor Bobot Jocano, and comic collector and grader Misha Lecaros.
It’s been more than 40 years since anime and manga first entered the Philippine mass consciousness. Let’s discover how these Japanese creations impacted generations of Pinoys forever. With former Questor EIC Bambi Eloriaga-Amago and Anime Corner writer Jay Agonoy.
The Olympics and Miss Universe are no longer the only events that ignite Filipino pride—because the Mobile Legends Professional League is here! Learn how video games unite us Pinoys with Smart-PLDT Head of Sports Jude Turcuato and e-sports athlete Ghost Wrecker.
We've seen them at conventions, parades, and even on variety shows—detailed outfits, colorful hairstyles, our favorite characters brought to life. Longtime cosplayers Hank Sparrow and Karen Kunawicz peel back the costumes and share the love and community that goes into cosplay.