Komiks (TV series)

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Komiks
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Komiks Title Card
Format Fantasy
Drama
Romance
Comedy
Horror
Starring varies by episode
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 149 episodes
Production
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Original run February 4, 2006 – August 8, 2009

Komiks (Tagalog corruption of comics) is a Filipino fantasy-drama series that began airing on the ABS-CBN network on February 4, 2006. The series features popular local comic book stories and airs on Saturday evenings.

The show is currently in its fifth season. It can also be seen on TFC: The Filipino Channel.

Episodes[edit]

For a detailed episode guide, see the main article below.

Main article: Komiks Episodes

The first season of the series presented 12 distinct stories over the course of 13 episodes. One of the stories (Agua Bendita) had two parts.

The second season likewise had 12 distinct stories but had 15 episodes, because three of the stories (Inday sa Balitaw, Bampy, and Si Pardina at mga Duwende) had two parts each.

The third and fourth season of Komiks breaks from the pattern of the first two seasons, with the entire season devoted to a single story, Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko. Matt Evans of PBB Teen Edition stars in the title role. Matt Evans once again occupied the fifth season of Komiks, with a whole new adventure and characters. It is dubbed as Si Pedro Penduko at ang mga Engkantao.

After the much successful airing of "Pedro Penduko" series, Komiks was shelved for a while to give way for 1 vs. 100. On April 2008, Komiks resumed airing for sixth season with the collection of Mars Ravelo's works, with Kapitan Boom as its initial offering. This was followed by Varga, Tiny Tony, Dragonna and Flash Bomba.

Another Ravelo serial which is different from the Pinoy superheroes entitled Nasaan Ka Maruja also aired.

Supergee almost appeared on television in a 2006 episode of the ABS-CBN series Komiks. Starring actress Judy Ann Santos in the title role, the episode had actually been filmed, but was never aired.[1]

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  1. ^ SUPERGEE RETURNS... OR NOT. pinoysuperheroesuniverse