Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Interviews And Articles!
Leo Partible, Dell Barras, and Kevin Grevioux
Film and Comic Producer Leo Partible, Underworld Creator Kevin Grevioux and storyboard/comic artist Dell Barras talk about their lives in the world of comics, film, and animation.
Pinoys in the Panels
Article about comics and comics creators in the Philippines
'Ang kagila-gilalas na comic book ni Carlo Vergara'
Interview with the creator of ZsaZsa Zaturnnah
No Longer 'Wasted'
Interview with....ME!! :)
The last 3 articles come from Today's issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. (September 29)
I didn't know this was going to be at the Inquirer. It was just someone I knew (the husband of my sister in law's sister) who asked me for an interview and I said, cool! I did a lot of interviews lately. A couple have been as a resource person for guys doing their theses on comics, one was an interview with a La Salle school paper, another one is for a documentary about comics, and another one for Seeker magazine.
A while back I got really hesitant to do interviews because well, it started to get embarrassing talking about myself in things like this, really. And up to this day, I can't look at myself on TV (I've yet to even look at my cable interview a month or so back), I can't read articles like this about me on the newspaper, and when the Wasted movie's done, I'm sure I won't be able to stand looking at myself in it. I dunno, I think I just look really embarassing I guess.
I've agreed to do these recent interviews though, because I'm given the chance to talk about things I want to push and promote, like the Philippine Comics Museum and the art of our great masters in comics. Those I have no problem talking about. I could go on for hours talking about that and not feel embarassed reading about it afterwards.
As some of you may have noticed, I haven't been able to update the museum in a while. I'm just literally SWAMPED with work. I'm still finishing my segment in Siglo: Passion, inking Batman-Danger Girl, doing Johnny Balbona, writing the last few pages of the Lastikman script, and a 10 page art job for Graphic Classics. I have to finish them all before I leave for Bohol on October 17. ARGH! But I think I'll make it. I'll be gone for a week. I guess I'll be able to update my museum when I get back.
Posted by Gerry Alanguilan at 9/29/2004 09:47:00 AM