Pandemic, anime style: Ernest Ng’s 'Covidball Z' webcomic has been turned into a book

‘I hope everyone pulls through this tough time and we all beat this thing,’ says Ng, who is worried about the spike in Covid-19 cases. His new book compiles the few first months of his pandemic series during the MCO. Photo: Filepic/Ernest Ng

It's the battle against the pandemic like you’ve never seen it before. The notorious Covid-19, depicted as a monstrous, heavily muscled green alien figure, out to wreak havoc on the world. And various politicians and public figures, many also depicted as cool, overly muscled figures, all rise to fight him.

In the past few pandemic months, comic book artist Ernest Ng has been drawing web cartoons about current affairs in the country and abroad.

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