Dragon Teo He started his comic career in 1997 by published a long series of Kung Fu Comic as known as Martial Comic in the China Press Malaysia. After he leaved Malaysian Institute of Art, he became illustrator for children. In year 2009, he published another comic title and started
Chin Sau Khong From Port Dickson, Malaysia, graduated from Malaysian Institute of Art- Illustration Department. In year 1999, he was granted Newcomer Award by Magazine RUN ON. In year 2000, he has published 4 frames comic in Life Magazine. Over the years, he had been involved in comic industry and
Khoo Fuk-lung (born 21 February 1964), also known as James Khoo, is a Hong Kong comic artist and writer. He began to get involved in comic industry as an assistant when he was 14 years old. In 1980, he joined Tony Wong’s studio and began to handle the colour front
Eddie See, a Malaysian-comic artist, who wrote and created Kokko & May or <Ge Mei Lia>. Kokko & May was introduced in 1997, it began its monthly publishing in 2003. In 2009, the monthly sales exceeded 150 thousands which broke the sales record compared to any other mandarin- based comics
Kaexi Ng Was born in Penang, Malaysia, a creative designer and illustrator based in Kuala Lumpur. He was graduated in 2006 and has at least 8 years of experiences in design industry. After 5 years, he has set up his very own home-based studio, Kaexi Design. In year 2009, he
Featured Artwork of the Day: 森林木(Roy Chan) －美猴王 Roy Chan is a veteran cartoonist who, together with two friends, pioneered the realm of Chinese comics in Malaysia back in the 80s. He published three solo comics in 1985, and contributed serialised educational comic strips to a “Mingguan Tunas” weekly for
The Featured Artwork of the Day: Alan Quah – Journey to the West, on view at Asia Comic Cultural Museum Alan Quah is an artist from Malaysia whose first comics pages were published in a 1984 fanzine, APAzine from Berita Publishing. His art there was awarded the best inker of
According to the Chinese Zodiac, 8th January 2016 marks the beginning of the year of Fire Monkey. The “Chic Monkey” theme marks the start of a new Lunar Year, as well as a challenging year ahead for individuals and businesses, with regard to increased taxes and a paradigm shift what
Prior to independence, drawings were instrumental to political propaganda, due to its ease of legibility nature. The British occupation and post-independence Malayan administration included drawings and pictures in their circulars to educate the public about anti-communism, as do vice versa.
From the stone drawings and wall paintings in tombstone, art set root in Korea. But sequential drawings that resemble comics began only in the mid-18th century as 4-framed “Nobility” series. The “Nobility” series narrates simple but righteous episodes of sacrifice and loyalty between mankind and domesticated animals.