In pre-colonial times, Manila was a battleground between gods and the Salaysayon, olden shamans possessed by The UnMaker, an entity that sought to unmake reality. Now, Manila is where the fate of existence is to be decided, whether the myths of old can fight obliteration caused by the Unmaking of everything, or will the universe simply blink out of existence. In the middle of this war is Santi, a storyteller thrust by destiny to help the gods conjure mightier stories that can challenge the power of The UnMaker. Also, he becomes a witness to the chaos fueled by apathy and hate in the ancient city of Manila. Welcome to Part 1 of GODS OF MANILA. Dark fantasy/social allegory. 76 black and white interior pages.

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An anthology series set in the world of GODS OF MANILA. Herein lies the tale of Suwang, the mother of the Aswang, and the legacy of her sires, as their dark origins are explored in a dark world filled with vengeance and hate. Here are the tales of monsters. Dark fantasy/horror. 76 black and white interior pages.

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The Kingdom of Tundo is the last bastion of magic in the world of Mayi, but the land is dying, and only the last scion of the Dula bloodline can save it. Bunao Dula returns to the land his father ruled centuries ago as he tries to redeem it from the chaos of the Shadows, the corruptors of humankind. Together with Myth-folk allies, he tries to unite Tundo and revive it to the glory that it once was. This is epic fantasy, Filipino style. Soon to be published in the US by Rogue Matter.

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An ode to myth and the magic that comes with local folklore. It is also a collection of six stories dedicated to the magical creature known as the Tikbalang, told with modern sensitivities and social allegories. To stay in step with the changing times, we should make new lore from the old myths to pique the interest of the young. Hopefully, these stories will lead them back to learn the old mythic stories, legends, epics and traditions that we must preserve, for as the saying goes: ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa paroroonan (if you do not look back from where you came from, you will not go anywhere). Myth defines a culture, from the origins of morals to the ethics of modern society, and if myth is forgotten, then culture, as the essence of society, will cease to exist. Soon to be published by Rogue Matter.