Even with the suggestion from the health department that it is best that if we did not go to public places because of the 2019 nCoV ARD but did not stop us from going to the Komiket at SM Mega Mall. We ventured on last Saturday February 8, 2020 and by we I meant me and my son Jarod.
The Komiket usually happens at Centris Elements but this time its a new venue, SM Mega Mall Trade Hall A. I don’t usually go to Mega Mall anymore because I felt it was too far away and I had other malls closer to home to shop for what I need.
Since it’s the Komiket and I have been waiting for a copy of Russel Molina’s Sixty-six, my son and I planned our commute.
The ticket cost 100php and totally worth it. The ticket itself is a great piece of art by comics creator and artist Mervin Malonzo the author of The Tabi-Tabi Po books, a Spanish era horror series you guys should really check out here.
They opened the gates of the Mega trade hall A around 11 AM. Which is a good thing Jarod and I were there at 11 AM.
The first 1,000 ticket holders get a copy of the Komiket Kommunity Anthology with this year’s theme: Manila 2019-2050 City of Future.