comic art by Menny Martin

Menny Eusobio Martin started drawing at the age of 13. Talented as he appeared to be, Martin started working for Pilipino Komiks in 1950. His first comic character was 'Kelot' for Tagalog Klasiks. Martin continued drawing cartoon strips. In 1956 he won a major award for his work on 'Little Hut'. Through the years, Menny Martin has created and illustrated numerous cartoon characters for the many comic publications in the Philippines. Among his favorite subjects were mothers-in-law and sexy women.

Last updated: 2009-03-06

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