The Best of Pugad Baboy (Pugad Baboy, #2)
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The Best of Pugad Baboy (Pugad Baboy #2)

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Pugad Baboy (literally, "swine's nest" in Tagalog) is a comic strip created by Filipino cartoonist Apolonio "Pol" Medina, Jr. The strip is about a Manila community of mostly obese people - "fat as pigs", so to speak (baboy is Tagalog for pig).

It started appearing in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 18, 1988. It currently appears exclusively in the Inquirer line of news...more
Paperback, 78 pages
Published June 1st 1991 by New Day Publishers (first published 1991)
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Ela Kaimo
The first Pugad Baboy book I read. It was my mother's copy and when she gave it to me, I was completely absorbed by the hilarity. It's sharp, satirical, and witty, and made me a PM Junior fan ever since. All these years later, the jokes still seem as fresh to me as when I first opened its cover.
Lovely P.
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Will I ever see this series on ComiXology? The Amazon Kindle/Read on a browser just sucks ass. I've tried both forms and Comixology wins because of its two very simple feature--ZOOM & PAN. I've always wanted to see pinoy comics on digital format. Anyway, good to see Pol Medina books are here. I think I've read his books up to 6 or 8, I forget now. It's about 20 years ago now.
Ang witty nung mga banat. :))
Nakakaaliw. :D

Sana makolekta ko 'to. :D

Nakakapanghinayang ang pag-alis niya sa Inquirer.
Ngayon ko lang nalaman kng gaano siya katagal doon.
As expected, Pugad Baboy had given me a good laugh. The way it tackles the issues in our country with hilarity is a good escape from our shambled current government.
Marie Ellaine
Love his characters and his humorous but sharp take on current events! More please!
Oct 03, 2007 Reden added it
Recommends it for: Everyone
Laughter is still the best medicine. Specially when one laughs at oneself. He he he.
Very funny!!!!
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I love this, too!
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Apolonio "Pol" Medina, Jr. is a Filipino cartoonist best known for creating Pugad Baboy, a black-and-white comic strip first published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 18, 1988.

Pol Medina graduated from the University of Santo Tomas in 1983 with a degree in architecture. In 1985, a year after securing his professional license, he went to Iraq at the height of the Iran–Iraq War to work for a...more
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