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Comics: Tiananmen remembered

May 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Tiananmen – it was a horrific event, hope of a new, more democratic dawn for the most populous state on Earth, then suddenly, brutally repressed. And yet the events of June 1989 seem to have...

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Today is the final day in our snapshot of comics in Singapore and we finish, rather fittingly, with a review of Drewscape’s (aka Andrew Tan) collection of stories and shorts for Epigram, Monsters, Miracles and Mayonnaise....

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Ten Sticks and One Rice Oh Yong Hwee and Koh Hong Teng Epigram Books If Miel’s Scenegapore charted the history and development of Singapore, Oh Yong Hwee and Koh Hong Teng’s Ten Sticks and One Rice...

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Continuing with a look at Singaporean comic creators and their work, today we have a director’s commentary from Oh Yong Hwee on his and Koh Hong Teng’s book Ten Sticks and One Rice: We started talking...

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Singapore Comics Special: Scenegapore by Miel

February 5, 2013 | 1 Comments

Scenegapore Miel Epigram Books After Sonny Liew’s introductory, scene-setting interview yesterday, here we take a look at the books Epigram have produced with local Singaporean talent, beginning with Miel’s Scenegapore. Here’s the man himself to tell...

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I’ve been a fan of Sonny Liew’s ever since I saw his illustrations for Tommy Kovac’s comic adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, for which he was Eisner-nominated.  He is perhaps best known for his work on...

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