Saw a video by Gerry Alanguilan called Panawagan kay Carlo J. Caparas, where he enumerates various creations of Mr. Caparas. These are works which show that Carlo J. Caparas was the writer, while other people served as illustrators or visual artists of Pinoy komiks.
If you’ve been keeping track of the brouhaha over the selection of this year’s National Artists of the Philippines, you will know that several groups are up in arms over the choices “made.”
Here’s the video message of Gerry…
Here is a quick list of the popular stories written by Carlo J. Caparas, along with the name of the visual artist who illustrated those well-loved komiks series:
Ang Panday – Steve Gan
Pieta – Steve Gan
Bakekang – Mar Santana
Totoy Bato – Tor Infante
Gagambino – Karl Comendador
Mga Ligaw na Punglo (novel by Carlo J. Caparas) – Hal Santiago (illustrator)
Kroko – Hal Santiago
You can learn more by reading Gerry Alanguilan’s Why Carlo J. Caparas is NOT a Visual Artist
With the power of YouTube, blogging, and the internet, more people can share their voice online. I invite you to try blogging (or even videoblogging) today, so that you will gain a better understanding of how your actions (which have an impact on many people) affect the online world (and vice versa).