Siglo: Freedom

Siglo Freedom

SIGLO: FREEDOM is a comic book anthology published and released in 2003 by Nautilus Comics, Quest Ventures and Kestrel IMC.  It is a collection of graphic short stories raised the bar for local comic publications. With its unique of tackling the theme of “freedom” through 10 stories set in different decades and locales, “Siglo: Freedom” showed the comics medium did not have to be limited to the genres of sci-fi and superhero fantasy.

Having a roster of creators that includes Palanca and National Book Award winners, internationally-acclaimed artists and up-and-coming young artists.  “Siglo: Freedom showcased some of the best talents that our local industry has to offer, including Arnold Arre (The Mythology Class), Carlo Vergara (ZsaZsa Zaturnnah), Gerry Alanguilan (Wasted), Marco Dimaano (Angel Ace), and more. Edited by Dean Francis Alfar and Michael Vincent Simbulan, Siglo is hailed by critics as the “brave, bold step” in Philippine comics.