From Philippine Mythology, "Malakas at Maganda" by Nestor Redondo

From Philippine Mythology, "Malakas at Maganda" or Strength & Beauty by Nestor Redondo

New Arrivals :: The Art of Nestor Redondo

The Art of Nestor Redondo. San Francisco: Auad, 11 x over 100 black & white illustrations, French wraps. Nestor Redondo was Philippine's foremost comic book illustrator since the earl

Redondo - Weird Mystery Tales 17, Intro Splash Comic Art

Redondo - Weird Mystery Tales 17, Intro Splash Comic Art

New Arrivals :: The Art of Nestor Redondo

Comic & Sequential Art :: Golden & Silver Age :: The Art of Nestor Redondo

Robert Fawcett, Lesson in creating patterns of light & dark given at  Famous Artists School 1950s

Robert Fawcett, Lesson in creating patterns of light & dark given at Famous Artists School One scene from 3 perspectives.

Article here:  http://www.aswangproject.com/philippine-mythology-deities-creatures-heroes/

Philippine Mythology is fascinating, beautiful, terrifying, and confusing. This regional chart gives us a greater understanding of its magnificence.

Serbian Karakondzula has a human form - she is old and skinny women, with long messy hair, long nails... Karakondzula attack Serbian housewife's with a cauldron dropping on the victim’s head.

Serbian Karakondzula has a human form - she is old and skinny women, with long messy hair, long nails. Karakondzula attack Serbian housewife's with a cauldron dropping on the victim’s head.

So what exactly is a Penanggalan? The name translates literally as "head with dancing entrails", and little more physical description should be necessary. Sometimes shown trailing an entire set of viscera or even a spinal cord, the traditional Penanggalan consists solely of woman's head and digestive tract, floating through the air like some bloody, dripping jellyfish.

The Penanggalan - southeast Asian vampire depicted solely of a woman's head and digestive tract, floating through the air like some bloody, dripping jellyfish.

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