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How Marvel’s first featured Pinoy superhero can save society

By Jonathan Lansang/abs-cbn.com/ancx – The world could always use more heroes. Next month, the hero coming has Filipino comic book fans buzzing. Her name is Wave, and she is an all-new superhero from the Philippines created by Greg Pak and our very own Leinil Francis Yu. There isn’t much known Read more »

This play tells the urgent story of a Filipino comfort woman

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By Chang Casal/cnnphilippines.com – Some traumas are so severe that, though the mind tries to forget, the feeling always remains. Memories become hazy and details are forgotten, but sometimes out of nowhere, like a dam breaking, they come flooding in. For Maria Rosa Luna Henson, a radio announcement in 1992 Read more »

Will ‘Sahaya’ be the first Pinoy series on Netflix?

By Nickie Wang/manilastandard.net – GMA Network has invested a lot in the production of the upcoming series Sahaya having rented a shore for six months to recreate a Badjao Village. This location set in Calatagan, Batangas is complete with stilt houses, boats and other details that reflect the livelihood and Read more »

Z-GIRLS, Z-BOYS with Pinoy members to debut in Korea

By Jonathan Hicap/mb.com.ph – Two pop groups with Pinoy members will be launched in Korea. Z-GIRLS and Z-BOYS will have their official debut on Feb. 23 at the Z-POP Dream Live 2019 in Seoul at Jamsil Indoor Stadium. The show will also have Rain, APink, Monsta X, Chung Ha, LipBubble, Read more »

Marvel Comics introduces new characters; Filipino superhero to make waves

By Patrick Garcia/mb.com.ph – Stan Lee, the man behind the whole Marvel Universe, met his creator on November 12, 2018. The world was devastated by this news; however, because of the phenomenal influence he left, his lifeworks are still looked upon and idolized up to now and for the years Read more »

‘The first Pixnoys’: Filipinos will finally see themselves in Pixar short film

By Niña V. Guno/INQUIRER.net – Filipinos will get some well-deserved media representation in an upcoming Pixar short film. Filipino-American filmmaker Bobby Rubio broke the news on Twitter last Jan. 10 that he was going to helm the Pixar short “Float” as part of Pixar’s experimental storytelling initiative Spark Shorts. A Read more »