Filipino Andrew Drilon is bringing his Kare-Kare Komiks series to The Chemistry Set and the first issue kicks off today.

‘Kare-kare’ is a traditional Filipino dish that incorporates various assorted ingredients into a delicious, meaty stew. ‘Komiks’ is a term for sequential art made in the Philippines, referring to Pinoy mass-produced newsprint comic books. Put these two together and you have Kare-Kare Komiks, the new semi-monthly webcomic at The Chemistry Set. Kare-Kare Komiks is an ongoing collection of self-contained short comics by Andrew Drilon that explores new flavors of the sequential art experience.

Previously Kare-Kare was being served up at Warren Ellis’ The Engine forum.  The series will be semi-monthly arriving on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.


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