Saturday, February 21, 2004

So far, so few...

By special request of dear brudda Tobie, here's a rundown of the stuff I've done so far, comics-wise, in terms of writing and/or sequential art (pin-ups not included) ...

FLASHPOINT (Straight Lines International)
#1 to 4 - Art and Edits

PANTHEON: Horus (Alamat)
#1 to #2 - Art

PANTHEON: Avatar (Alamat)
#1 - Art

ONE NIGHT IN PURGATORY (Alamat, Quest Ventures)
Writing and Art

ISAW Atbp. (Quest Ventures)
Art "He Said, She Said"

ANGEL ACE AGAIN (Alamat)
#4 - Guest Art

AB OVO (Kestrel Studios)
#1 - Art "Fabula Rasa"
#2 - Writing and Art "Track X"

ANG KAGILA-GILALAS NA PAKIKIPAGSAPALARAN NI ZSAZSA ZATURNNAH (Alamat, Quest Ventures, Visula Print Enterprises)
Writing and Art

*sigh* Not a whole lot...

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Saturday, and I'm blogging from the office. Had to finish something to prevent a pile-up on Monday. Activity levels rising at the office. Brain's like a washing machine.

Saw Cold Mountain a couple of nights ago. I should remind myself not to watch these kinds of films alone at last full show because it's not a Happy Land movie. I got depressed. Quality-wise, the film ain't up there either; I don't blame the Oscars for not nominating it. But it's not a cinematic disaster. That, at least, you can expect from Anthony Minghella. His The English Patient moved slower than the Law-Kidman starrer, but I feel it was better-made. It was a delight, however, seeing Kidman and Zellweger together in one film after last year's semi-controversial Oscar Best Actress showdown.

Megamall's showing some Oscar films. It's about time...

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