Original novel of Netflix Pinoy anime Trese available online, 1st chapter free

Netflix Pinoy anime Trese online
Fans can now check out the preview of the first volume titled “Trese: Murder at Balete Drive” online. Photo and illustration from Trese.

Fans who can’t get enough of “Trese,” the new Netflix anime based on the award-winning Filipino graphic novel of the same title, can now read the pilot chapter of the original komiks for free online.

The preview of the first volume titled “Trese: Murder at Balete Drive” from creators Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo is available on the online reader platform Penlab.Ink, which empowers Filipino authors by exclusively hosting Pinoy comics on its website.

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The comic book series’ first chapter “Case 1” introduces Alexandra Trese who gets called in by the police to investigate the supernatural horrors lurking in the dark underbelly of Manila.

According to writer Budjette Tan, the first volume of “Trese” can also be ordered online on Comixology and Amazon for international readers.

New fans and long-time readers of the comics finally got to see Alexandra Trese in action on the screen as she made her debut on Netflix on June 11, 2021.

Netizens earlier celebrated the release of the Philippine-made anime as “trese” and the hashtag #TabiTabiPo became top trending topics on Twitter Philippines.

Filipina actors Shay Mitchell and Liza Soberano are the voices of Alexandra Trese, alongside an all-Filipino voice cast for the English and Filipino language version of the series.

Check out the pilot chapter of “Trese” here. The graphic novel preview is available to read in English.

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