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\”Sandali ng Katotohanan\” (Moment of Truth) is a short story that\’s both written and drawn by legendary Filipino komiks creator Nestor Redondo (Rima, Swamp Thing) for Espesyal Komiks #102, September 3, 1956.

\”Sandali ng Katotohanan\” tells the story of matador Paco Salazar, renowned for his cowardice during bullfights. It isn\’t until he gets some encouraging reading of his future from a fortune teller that his fear disappears. The results are rather devastating.

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Related link: Nestor Redondo, Philippine Komiks Illustrator


2 Responses to “\”Sandali ng Katotohanan\” by Nestor Redondo”

  1. Arvin Valenzuela on January 10th, 2015 11:31 am

    Hello sir Gerry,

    Would just like to ask, where do you get this stuff? Nestor Redondo is truly a great artist and a writer as well. Long live to people like you who cares about Filipino artist’s out there, to the history of our men in the comics industry. Most importantly even to those who already passed away, If not for you their work, I’d say would’ve completely vanished into oblivion and people’s minds a very long time ago. But of course excluding die-hard fans of artist’s like Nestor Redondo. Btw, I am a big fan of your work like Wasted.

  2. Gerry Alanguilan on January 10th, 2015 11:55 am

    Hey Arvin… I’ve been collecting vintage komiks for many years na. And I’ve been posting them online. Other collectors, upon seeing the work being displayed on my website, sometimes donate their own vintage komiks to me for preservation and for posting on the site. This particular Nestor Redondo story came from one of those donations.