|Ukala (Ang Walang Suko)|
Page for first release in Pilipino Komiks, 1950s.
|Created by||Alfredo Alcala|
Ukala (Ang Walang Suko), meaning "Ukala (The Unrelenting)" [i.e. the one who doesn't give up] was a comic strip title in Philippine comics. The main character in the comic book story is Ukala. Ukala was created in the 1950s by distinguished Filipino illustrator Alfredo Alcala. Ukala, the character, was a Native American Indian or "Amerindian". The story, written and illustrated by Alcala for Filipino readers, was about the adventures of Native American Indians set at a timeline when the first Europeans arrived in the Northwestern region of the American continent. Ukala was adapted into film as Ukala (Ang Walang Takot), meaning "Ukala (The Fearless)" in the Tagalog language. It appeared on the pages of the Philippine comic book named Pilipino Komiks.
- Rojas, Oscar. ALFREDO ALCALA: ARTIST WITH A MECHANICAL PEN VINTAGE NEWSPAPER ARTICLE CIRCA 1958 Creator of the Amerindian type named "Ukala," Alcala lavishes detail on his comic strips.
- Ukala (Ang Walang Takot)
- Alfredo also wrote novels himself, which he drew as well. Among the more memorable ones were Ukala, an epic set against the background of the American Northwest when the Europeans first intruded into the domain of the Indians...
- Alfredo also wrote novels himself which he, of course, drew as well. Among the more memorable ones were “Ukala”, an epic set against the background of the American Northwest when the Europeans first intruded into the domain of the Indians...
- Sample comic book cover featuring Ukala
- Second sample comic book cover
- Third sample comic book cover
- Fourth sample comic book cover for Ukala (Ang Walang Suko), 1950s, Alcala Legacy Milestone of the Master
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