|Author||Pol Medina Jr|
Pol Medina Novelties.
A compilation of well loved comic strips created by cartoonist Apolonio 'Pol' Medina Jr..
It started appearing as a black-and-white daily strip in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 18, 1988, and as a full-color Sunday strip in the same paper in October 3, 2004.
It currently appears exclusively in the Inquirer and in Inquirer Libre.
The strip tells about life in a community in Manila where most of its residents are obese, or "fat as pigs", so to speak.
More often, the strip mirrors the general sentiment of the Filipino people on relevant topics such as corruption in the government as well as Filipino pop culture.
Sometimes, political satire is even woven into some ordinary strips and adventure stories.
Most of the characters in this strip are based on Medina himself as well as people around him.
While he makes fun of fat people, he does so in a good-spirited way.
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