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Pugad Baboy 23

(Pugad Baboy #23)

4.32  ·  Rating details ·  145 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
107 pages
Published 2011
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Nicolo Yu
Sep 20, 2011 rated it did not like it
Shelves: philippine-komix
Finishing the latest collection of newspaper strips featuring the heavyset community of Pugad Baboy and their anthropomorphic dog took longer than anticipated. I used to finish his books in one sitting, with multiple rereads, but reading this one was a chore.

Medina has become consistent, his books are released annually, but his strips have become homogenous. It felt like he has been rereleasing the same book for five years. He has become consistently boring.

I used to enjoy these collections; per
Ang librong ito ay ang ika-dalawampu't tatlong compilation ng comic strips na nilikha ni Pol Medina Jr. at arawang lumalabas sa Philippine Daily Inquirer. At sa paglipas ng panahon, ang istilo ng pagpapatawa ni Pol Medina Jr. ay nakikisabay sa kung ano ang uso at kung anong isyu ang napapanahon sa taong iyon, tulad na lamang ng ilang mga paksa na tinalakay sa compilation na ito, gaya nina Noynoy Aquino, Barrack Obama, dancing stewardesses sa Cebu Pacific, mga kaguluhan sa Middle East (tulad ng p ...more
Jay-r Trinidad
Jun 17, 2018 rated it liked it
Nage-gets ko naman na ang target ng comedy eh lahat ng bagay.
Pero mas mainam siguro kung hindi nauuwi sa easy target ang komedya ni Manong Pol.
In fairness, nasa zone ang taon na kung saan ay nabuo ang mga strips sa compilation na ito.
Kevin Cortes
This 23rd comic compilation is a manifestation of how long Pugad Baboy has been around to give light humor on some of the big issues that our society face.

This is one comic compilation that can't be ignored especially since it was made by one of the country's well known comic strips.

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KM Cunanan
Jan 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Never fails to give a good laugh!
Jun 03, 2012 rated it liked it
Book #43 for 2012: 23 books... Still counting and still laughing. And oh, I got my copy signed by Pol Medina Jr. during Summer Komikon 2012 so yebah! :)
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i want to read this book please!!!! :)
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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

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