Thursday, March 20, 2014

FHL Book 1 now available on COMIXOLOGY!

I can't believe it! I'm on it and now you can buy my book and read it on your favorite tablet or smart phone.

Here's the link: FHL at COMIXOLOGY

Monday, December 9, 2013


I haven't posted anything here for a while!

I've been working a lot on my art and so here are some samples. I'll be incorporating this new style in the book 3.

Update on book 3: Still scripting but it's coming along slowly but surely.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The FHL Motion Comic


Here it is folks. I've been working on this for way too long.

I did this on after effects which was actually pretty easy once I got the hang of it. It's basically photoshop with motion.

I really have to thank Datu Gallaga for helping me put this together. He got me the music and awesome sound you hear throughout the piece. And I also have to thank the beautiful people of Digitrax who actually created all the music and the sound effects.

Of course, I also have to thank my darling wife for helping me out with the edit.

So here it is! I hope you like and share it!


Monday, May 13, 2013


Ok, so here's the same pages that you can now download straight to your computer in a PDF format.

It took me FOREVER to figure out how to do it but here it is!


Friday, April 12, 2013


After two years, Book Two is finally done.

Thank you, my readers, for your patience.

I really tried to push myself in terms of art and storytelling. I believe that this book represents the best that I can do with the meager skill that I have.

I hope that you enjoy it.

See you guys at Komikon, Bayanihan Center, along Pioneer, near Shaw, Saturday April 13, 2013.

Thursday, June 14, 2012


Here's a second stab at a Marvel try-out. You see, the first time I tried out I intentionally avoided looking at the original artist's work - which was a mistake. I should have looked because his pages were so much more awesome.

In these pages, I knew the level that I had to reach and hence, I believe there's been a big jump in quality. That and, well, I've been experimenting with new techniques since I drew the last pages.

I'll be applying these new techniques on FHL book II. That's why there's going to be a delay in the release of the second book. I'll make it as good as I can possibly make it.

Now all I can do is hope that my sample pages are good enough.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012


I just had the comicbook-thrill of my life.

C.B. Cebulski, the head talent scout of Marvel, liked my work on FHL enough to ask me to send him sample pages using Marvel heroes.

To that end, he sent me four sample marvel scripts to see how I'd handle them.

Once I received his email, I just couldn't sit still. I felt equal parts fear and excitement -  like a teenage boy on the verge of telling his crush that he liked her.

The four scenes were challenging to say the least. The samples came from X-force, two different Daredevil comicbooks and a Secret Avengers script.

The X-force script had a bunch of a characters that I was unfamiliar with, the Secret Avengers was difficult to understand which left me with the two Daredevil scripts. 

The first one was Daredevil versus Captain America and the the second, Daredevil versus the Spot at a wedding.

I decided on the wedding scene just to give myself an easier time. It may sound like a copout but my nerves were already on high-alert and I needed to find a way to "level the playing the field," as it were.

The first page was the most daunting but once I got over that hump, things ran a little more smoothly. It took about three drafts - yes, I know, it's such a simple page but when you're drawing with such high-stakes, believe me, it's intimidating.

Then I just kind of hammered out the rest. I sent them as quickly as I could because, even though C.B. didn't give me a deadline, I didn't want to take longer than a week to get back to him. The paranoid part of me imagined a secret deadline.

And now it's done. It was thrilling and incredible to be so close to your childhood dream. Even if I don't get a gig at Marvel, which is most likely the case given the level of talent out there in the world all clamoring to enter Marvel, this week drawing Daredevil was truly amazing.

Now back to FHL Book II - which is now a week behind.