On Southern Fried Asian, fellow NOC fam Patrick Michael Strange is in conversation with Keith about growing up as a military brat across the South! From South Carolina and Mississippi to joining the Navy in Viriginia, Patrick recounts coming to terms with his identity as a Filipino American and as a comic book nerd. They also discuss his own nerd empire and a memorable Comic-Con experience. Finally, Patrick reveals that tocino (and not lumpia or siopao) is his go-to Filipino dish.
Episode 035: We welcome back the Comics Creators behind Lumpia with a Vengeance: Interlude #2 comic book: Patricio Ginelsa, Lawrence Iriarte, Whilce Portacio, Rey Cuerdo, Chris Gallevo, Kristoffer Tolentino, Dante Fernandez and Varinder Singh!
Episode 10: We welcome Writer/Producer, Justin Quizon! We talk about film school, his Kaiju comic: Shining Yuusha, Sketch Comedy, Nothing New Podcast, his work with Screen Rant, being a part of the Lumpia with a Vengeance team, and more!
Psst. Psst. Hoy! We have a new episode of the ShoPowSho!
In our fourth episode, we welcome the comics creators from the Lumpia With A Vengeance: Prelude #1 comic book: Patricio Ginelsa, Lawrence Iriarte, Justin Quizon, Dante Fernandez, Jeffrey Fulgencio and Varinder Singh! Seven years ago, their supporters crowdfunded the Filipino American movie, Lumpia With A Vengeance. And now, with the movie making its film festival debut this Saturday at the Hawai’i International Film Festival (HIFF), their supporters have crowdfunded the comic book prelude that has just been released to coincide with the film’s premiere!
As filmmaker Patricio Ginelsa gears up for the release of the long anticipated follow-up to his feature film, Lumpia, he took last Friday to reflect back on another previous project of his, when he released the test shoot for the music video for the Black Eyed Peas’ “The Apl Song.”
The same day that the final Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer hit this week, a lesser known project called Black Tiger: Hunter Huntedreleased its 20-minute pilot episode on YouTube. Black Tiger originally started off as a comic book mini-series in 2004. In 2014, a Kickstarter project to fund a short film based on the comic book was successfully funded. The short film, starring WWE Diva Angela Fong and Robin Shou (Mortal Kombat), premiered at WonderCon in 2014 and went on to screen at other conventions, winning the 2014 Spirit of Comic Con award at the Atlanta Comic Con’s Wizard World Film Festival. Director Patricio Ginelsa took time out to talk to us about the film and the funding effort to continue the web series.