An exuberant and delightful graphic memoir, Blame This on the Boogie is a decidedly different rendition of the immigrant narrative.

– East Bay Express

Latest Stories and Strips

Death Anniversary

Let’s reminisce about the times you had to act as a proxy for your parents whenever they couldn’t attend all those Filipino family events. Originally published in Whirlwind Wonderland.


Just a lil’ comic about growing up Filipino in the Burgh.

Too Proud to be Prejudiced

Sometimes it’s funny when you’re so busy working on something, and later on you forget you ever made it. I don’t even remember drawing this, but I love being able to read it again. (Page from Blame This on the Boogie.)


For Filipino American History Month, here is an old comic about a trip back to my parents’ hometown in the Philippines. We traveled for the funeral of my Lolo whose journey to the United States in the 1930s led to my family’s American experience and forged an eternal connection with a town a thousand milesContinue reading “Lapog”


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