Writer/s: Arnold Arre
Artist/s: Arnold Arre
Allan and his friends are Martial Law Babies: Born during the Marcos regime, raised by TV, and shaped by 80’s music. Their ambitions may be dampened by third world realities and malcontention but they also proudly belong to a generation of dreamers who fight for their voices to be heard. They are among the so-called “Bagong Lipunan” children, trying their best to live up to their name. But over the years, as Allan watches his friends leave one by one and feels his sense of idealism wane, he starts to wonder where they are all headed.
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