liberator comic


An AU where young Keith, a Filipino-Korean, moves to the USA; on his first day at school, he refuses to talk, partly because he’s not exactly very sociable but mostly because he’s incredibly embarrassed about his English and lack of proficiency in it. O and shiro walks in

TRIPS OVER MY OWN FEET oh my god this was supposed to be black and white but then i wanted to paint but then gave up andCHRIST. my art style changes 600 times during this comic its dISGUSTIGN. THEN AGAIN it was rly rushed i just wanted to get this idea outta my head before school starts.


PRE-ORDERS for Dead Balagtas Volume 1 open on November at KOMIKON. Publication is set on December. Sabayan ang Sayaw ng Dagat at Lupa sa aming komiks.

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P.S> para to kay Leobel darling haha.

PPS: The colors appear wrong here. IT’s much more RED in the book


We can’t ever forget about Sylvia and Marsha.

When we talk about The Stonewall Uprising (aka The Stonewall Riots) many of us clamor to stake our claim on who started it all. Why bother? Prejudice started that uprising. In response, our community rose up and fought back against what was, until that night, an unstoppable force. People were beaten, glass broken, doors shattered, and to this day we are still fighting.

Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P Johnson  were described as “saints” by the people who knew them. Both struggled with homelessness, abuse, mental breakdowns, powerlessness, and exclusion.

To this day many disregard their role in history. Regardless, both worked tirelessly to improve the lives around them - whether it was housing homeless Trans youth, or simply cheering up friends in need.

We all struggle with things, especially now that events have taken, what looks like, turns for the worse.

But we don’t give up. We don’t retreat. We push forward.

There’s so much going on this month, this Pride. A lot to cry over, be thankful for, and celebrate. But this one is for you, ladies. <3


The Pact, part 2/? | part 1

as wordy as can be