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Every culture has their own origin stories. Tales of ancient gods and heroes legitimise political lineages, justify occupancy of lands and foster tribal unity…

In this video, Wee Tian Beng expressed the need to understand the fundamentals of comics and showed examples of how he did that.

I often wonder if art collectors will go to a fine art gallery to buy local comic art illustrations or paintings, and if they do, what makes them want to pay a high price for an art piece?

Happy New Year. Looking back, we wish the artists who contributed to our e-anthology, Our World, had gained more mileage from it…

We have come to the end of the year and this is also our last editorial of the year. A pat on the shoulder for everyone in the team, as well as a big thank you to artists and readers who have been involved in our activities…

When I first heard of the Doraemon Exhibition I thought it was an exhibition all about Doraemon, where visitors get a glimpse of original manga sketches, design notes…

In this video, Wee Tian Beng shared what he noticed about local comics and expressed his concern about the lack of understanding in using the comics medium to tell a story.

In this video, Wee Tian Beng talks about the local comic scene and why many comic artists can’t make a living doing comics alone.

Over the years, friends from the Philippines have been bringing me comics they bought from the comic cons there. Even if I can’t read Tagalog, I am interested to find out more about the new comics and artists emerging. ..

We’re still in the beginning of December – a favourite month for many because of school holidays and the approaching Christmas and New Year festivities and holidays…

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