Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Ma Wing-shing

In 1976 Ma Wing Shing at the age of 15 entered the comic book world, his first published work was in Day Dream by Hei Po publications. But it was not until he worked on Wind and Cloud more commonly known as Storm Riders that he hit an all time high.  But in 1977 Hei Po was closedContinue reading “Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Ma Wing-shing”

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Queenie Chan

Queenie Chan was born in Hong Kong, and migrated to Australia when she was six years old. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, and her first published work was a 3-volume mystery-horror series called “The Dreaming” for LA-based manga publisher TOKYOPOP. To date, it has been translated into multiple languages. She has since collaboratedContinue reading “Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Queenie Chan”

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Rudy Nebres

Rudy Nebres was born in the Philippines where he met some DC editors and eventually moved to U.S. to work for DC on Tales of the Unexpected and other minor titles. Later he found more success at Marvel working on titles like Conan, Kull, Dr. Strange and the over sized black and white comic book Deadly Hands of Kung Fu. Since hisContinue reading “Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – Rudy Nebres”

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