Malaysian illustrator Charis Loke co-edits new anthology of South-East Asian comics


The anthology's editors Charis Loke (Malaysian illustrator) and Budjette Tan (Filipino comics writer) looked for works that interpreted the theme of sound in a thoughtful, memorable way. Photo: Difference Engine

From the roar of traffic to a song on the radio, a new anthology collects comics from across South-East Asia that illustrate something invisible - sound.

Sound: A Comics Anthology, put together by fledgling Singapore-based publisher Difference Engine, features 13 stories by 20 creators from across the region.

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