Rudy Florese’s ORAS MO NA! begins this Thursday, March 28.
Compared to many Filipino komiks serials of the 70′s and 80′s which had hundreds of parts (each part is 4 pages), Oras Mo Na is relatively short at 33 parts. Rudy preferred writing stories that were short, to the point, and have definite endings. Ironically, Rudy himself was the artist on probably the longest Filipino komiks serial in history, “…at sumanib ang Langis Sa Tubig!“, written by Marty Gee Aragon, which, at last publication, was running more than 1000 parts. The serial was so long that it was never finished because of the closure of the komiks publishing division of G. Miranda and Sons. The writer reportedly still has a large stack of scripts yet to be illustrated at the time.
Oras Mo Na! will be serialized here for 33 weeks, as it was originally published.