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4th May '15 11:12:17 AM nombretomado
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On the surface, Servant is a Franchise/{{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Franchise/SpiderMan, Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like KingArthur, ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'', and [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' and ''Franchise/StarWars.'' What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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On the surface, Servant is a Franchise/{{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Franchise/SpiderMan, Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like KingArthur, ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'', and [[ClassicalMythology [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' and ''Franchise/StarWars.'' What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.
9th Mar '14 5:43:34 PM Aiguille
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Servant is a {{Superhero}} ComicBook produced in the {{Philippines}}. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Franchise/SpiderMan, Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} and {{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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Servant is a {{Superhero}} ComicBook produced in the {{Philippines}}.UsefulNotes/ThePhilippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Franchise/SpiderMan, Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, KingArthur, ''Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh'', and [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' and {{Star Wars}}. ''Franchise/StarWars.'' What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.
9th Mar '14 5:38:48 PM Aiguille
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Servant is a {{Superhero}} {{Comic Book}} produced in the {{Philippines}}. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as {{Spider-Man}}, {{Thor}}, {{Captain Marvel}}/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} and {{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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Servant is a {{Superhero}} {{Comic Book}} ComicBook produced in the {{Philippines}}. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as {{Spider-Man}}, {{Thor}}, {{Captain Marvel}}/{{Shazam}}, Franchise/SpiderMan, Comicbook/TheMightyThor, Comicbook/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} and {{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.
7th Apr '13 1:02:09 PM EarlOfSandvich
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On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as {{Spider-Man}}, {{Thor}}, {{Captain Marvel}}/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and {{Hercules}}, and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} and {{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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On the surface, Servant is a {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as {{Spider-Man}}, {{Thor}}, {{Captain Marvel}}/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and {{Hercules}}, [[ClassicalMythology Hercules]], and even more recent works such as the {{Lord of the Rings}} and {{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.
28th Dec '12 12:03:38 PM S0n0fKabun1an
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{{Servant}} is a Superhero Comic Book produced in the Philippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a Superman analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel/Shazam, as well as other traditional legends and myths like King Arthur, Gilgamesh, and Hercules, and even more recent works such as the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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{{Servant}} Servant is a Superhero Comic Book {{Superhero}} {{Comic Book}} produced in the Philippines.{{Philippines}}. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a Superman {{Superman}} analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel/Shazam, {{Spider-Man}}, {{Thor}}, {{Captain Marvel}}/{{Shazam}}, as well as other traditional legends and myths like King Arthur, Gilgamesh, {{King Arthur}}, {{Gilgamesh}}, and Hercules, {{Hercules}}, and even more recent works such as the Lord {{Lord of the Rings Rings}} and Star Wars.{{Star Wars}}. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.



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{{Chick Magnet}}: Aside from his two main love interests, he gets a lot of female attention from both friends and foes.
28th Dec '12 11:58:12 AM S0n0fKabun1an
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Servant is a Superhero Comic Book produced in the Philippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

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Servant {{Servant}} is a Superhero Comic Book produced in the Philippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.



!! SERVANT contains examples of:

* {{Archetypal Character}}: Servant himself is a {{Heroic Archetype}} that would fall under {{The Cape}}, {{The Chosen One}}, {{Ideal Hero}}, {{Super Hero}}, {{The Paragon}} and {{The Working Class Hero}}, among others.

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!! SERVANT contains examples of:

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* {{Archetypal Character}}: Servant himself is a {{Heroic Archetype}} that would fall under {{The Cape}}, {{The Chosen One}}, {{Ideal Hero}}, {{Super Hero}}, {{The Paragon}} and {{The Working {{Working Class Hero}}, among others.
* {{Badass Bookworm}}: Servant often bases his decisions on his scientific knowhow, instead of just relying on his [[{{StockSuperPowers}}divine powers]].
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28th Dec '12 11:38:43 AM S0n0fKabun1an
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* Archetypal Character: Servant himself is a Heroic Archetype

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* Archetypal Character: {{Archetypal Character}}: Servant himself is a Heroic Archetype
{{Heroic Archetype}} that would fall under {{The Cape}}, {{The Chosen One}}, {{Ideal Hero}}, {{Super Hero}}, {{The Paragon}} and {{The Working Class Hero}}, among others.
28th Dec '12 11:21:46 AM S0n0fKabun1an
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* [[Archetypal Character]]: Servant himself is a [[redirect:Heroic Archetype]]

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* [[Archetypal Character]]: Archetypal Character: Servant himself is a [[redirect:Heroic Archetype]]Heroic Archetype

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28th Dec '12 11:19:23 AM S0n0fKabun1an
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* Archetypal Character: Servant himself is a [[redirect:Heroic Archetype]]

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* Archetypal Character: [[Archetypal Character]]: Servant himself is a [[redirect:Heroic Archetype]]
28th Dec '12 11:15:59 AM S0n0fKabun1an
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Servant is a Superhero Comic Book produced in the Philippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a Superman analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel/Shazam, as well as other traditional legends and myths like King Arthur, Gilgamesh, and Hercules, and even more recent works such as the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.

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Servant is a Superhero Comic Book produced in the Philippines. Created by Geoffrey Borgonia, Borgonia in 1997 and has had releases in 2003 as a mini-comic, 2008 as full comic book, and the latest being a digital comic in 2012, it follows the stories and adventures of a college student/call center agent/ pagan god/ superhero by the name of Gal Ang/Gabriel Barreon.

On the surface, Servant is a Superman analogue. However, there are also familiar elements that can be found in the origins and backgrounds of other comic book characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, Captain Marvel/Shazam, as well as other traditional legends and myths like King Arthur, Gilgamesh, and Hercules, and even more recent works such as the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. What makes the comic book unique is the exploration of the largely untapped Philippine culture and setting.setting.

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!! SERVANT contains examples of:

* Archetypal Character: Servant himself is a [[redirect:Heroic Archetype]]
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