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The first issue of Supercrooks, written by Mark Millar, pencilled by Leinil Francis Yu and inked by me has just recently been released, and Leinil and I will have a signing at the Robinson\’s Galleria branch of Comic Odyssey. This will be on March 24, Saturday, from 1-4 pm.

Take note: Comic Odyssey has moved to the basement, next to JRS Express and Abensons. It\’s one floor below McDonald\’s. You can\’t miss it!

Photo by Mark Torres

We will be joined at the signing by Harvey Tolibao, who is also signing his debut on the DC\’s New 52 \”Green Arrow\”. And as it usually goes with signings like these, there will be plenty more artists who will show up, including guys working for other Marvel and DC books as well as creators from the local independent komiks industry.

Speaking of Supercrooks, a video has just emerged that plays as a teaser to the book. Directed by Nacho Vigalando in collaboration with Mark Millar, it\’s a video that gives you the basic concept behind the new comic book, documentary style.

For more info on the video (and the comic book), click here.


5 Responses to “Supercrooks #1 Signing at Comic Odyssey”

  1. Johann Reyes Serafica on March 21st, 2012 2:23 pm

    sir Gerry,
    I’m so freakin happy for you, and your comrades or compatriots in comics. I just wish I could be there, but I won’t be in the Philippines, until June, rainy season. I’ll definately hit up Comic Odyssey in Robinson’s Galleria and look for your comics. You are one of the raddest people in comics, I’ve had the honor of reading and following. Have a good one this weekend at the signing!

  2. Danry Ocampo on March 22nd, 2012 9:34 pm

    Hi Gerry,

    See You. Even Here in Comic Odyssey :)



  3. Ramos, Paul G. on March 25th, 2012 1:58 am

    Simply one of the country’s best inkers! Excelsior!

  4. Sam on March 27th, 2012 12:15 am

    Hi Gerry, I notice that the Super Crooks cover only has Leinil and Mark’s name on it. Are inkers being left out now? That’s too bad because I believe Inkers deserve the same recognition.

  5. Gerry Alanguilan on March 27th, 2012 11:05 am

    Unfortunately yes. Besides, my long name would wreck the design of the cover.