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Arnold Arre

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Arnold Arre (born September 2, 1971 in Metro Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino comic book writer, artist and self-taught animator best known for his graphic novels The Mythology Class (1999) and Ang Mundo ni Andong Agimat (2006).

Arnold Arre has won National Book Awards from the Manila Critics Circle for his graphic novels The Mythology Class (1999), a four-part action-adventure miniseries and Trip to Tagaytay (2000), a one-shot future fiction short story. The Mythology Class, which has been described as "genre-breaking", has the distinction of being the first graphic novel to win in the Manila Critics Circle National Book Awards Comic Books category.

Arre's other titles include the romantic comedy After Eden (2002), Ang Mundo ni Andong Agi
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Hi guys! As mentioned in the previous post, the 2016 edition of my graphic novel After Eden will be launched at Komikon 2016 on April 16, Saturday, from 9am-7pm at the Bayanihan Center in Pasig. If you’ve read the original that came out in 2002, you’ll find this issue to be a little different — there are a few scenes that I deleted to give way to new plot points. It also has a brand new cover:


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The Mythology Class: A Grap...

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After Eden

4.14 avg rating — 349 ratings — published 2002 — 3 editions
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Martial Law Babies

4.11 avg rating — 147 ratings — published 2008
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Halina Filipina

4.13 avg rating — 127 ratings — published 2015
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Trip to Tagaytay

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Ang Mundo ni Andong Agimat

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“Fairy tales thrive on black and white. In life, there’s only grey – no bad guys, no good guys. You could be the Cheshire cat, Snow White, a troll or a pastry-making witch whose diet consists only of little kids, but you’ll always be you.”
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“Never enter relationships. Otherwise, suffer the pains that come with it. Enjoy your individuality while you can.”
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“Inspiration is everywhere so don't get trapped in reading and watching too much. Get out. Talk to people, friends, family, loved ones. Draw inspiration from everyday life. It has inexhaustible references and is always original.”
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