Reviews

“The art and its inking is sharp. The paneling and pacing is balanced so that the dense speech balloons do not overwhelm any panel or page.”
Erica Gonzales

“Andoyman’s visual storytelling is deft, confident, and well-paced. i love his semi-realistic manga-style character designs, which suit the story perfectly, and especially love his characters’ expressive faces –not an easy thing to pull off when working with realistic designs.
Macoy Tan

“The book has a lot of noticeable improvement from the artist. Better dialogues, better paneling and composition.”
Ikos Komiks

“I didn’t know much that the comics I bought were just as good as the ones I got from Macoy (creator of School Run).”
Keva Mico

“The story is intriguing, and pace is okay.”
Joanah Tinio Calingo

“Eto yung komiks na talagang mabibitin ka at masasabik sa mga susunod pang issue.”
Kristopher Dimaano Garello

“It is rare that we encounter a good local detective comic and it looks like Andoyman will be the first one to do it.”
Jerald Uy

“Andoyman’s ANG SUMPA brings a gripping detective thriller with a political twist to komiks. A surefire hit to detective procedural lovers out there.”
Flipgeeks

“The strongest aspect about the art is Andoyman’s drawing of facial expressions. It takes a considerable amount of skill to fully convey an emotion through facial expressions and he successfully brings out what they feel with little effort. For the most part they are in tune with whatever the character is saying at the time. Even without dialogue, the emotions appear believable and very realistic.”
Flipgeeks

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