Ikabod Bubwit

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Ikabod Bubwit (literally "Ikabod the Small Rodent", "Ikabod the Small Rat", or "Ikabod the Mouse") is one of the most noteworthy[1] and most memorable[2] comic book, comic strip, and cartoon[3] characters created in the 1980s by Nonoy Marcelo, one of the foremost cartoonists in the Philippines.[2][3] Ikabod Bubwit himself is considered as the most famous mouse character created by Marcelo.[4] In the comic strip Ikabod, Ikabod Bubwit was the representation of the humorous illustration of the socio-political woes of ordinary Filipinos, and the comic strip itself was used at times by Marcelo in re-imagining and portraying Filipino political figures, including Ferdinand Marcos, Cory Aquino, Joseph Estrada, and Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.[3] Ikabod Bubwit was portrayed by Marcelo as an “irreverent mouse” with “funny antics” who lived in Dagalandia (literally "Mouseland" or "Ratland").[1][5] Ikabod’s hometown, Dagalandia, was described as a “recast” of “the Philippines as a nation”[4] with “an apt mirror image for the turbulent setting of the Philippines” during the present and in the past.[2] The satirical comic strip about Ikabod Bubwit ran from the late 1970s through 2002.[4]

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  1. ^ a b Aranda, Rene. ‘Ikabod Bubwit’ creator is dead, philstar.com, October 23, 2002
  2. ^ a b c Nonoy (1940 - 2002), wittyworld.com
  3. ^ a b c CARTOONIST Noynoy Marcelo, abs-cbnnews.com
  4. ^ a b c SEVERINO "NONOY" MARCELO (1939-2002) Lifetime Achievement Awardee, animahenasyon.com
  5. ^ Panao, Alicor. Ptyk is home