Hugely popular in the Philippines, "Pugad Baboy" (Pig's Nest) has been showcasing general sentiments on Filipino politics, culture, and society since it first appeared in Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 18, 1988.
The characters, most of whom are obese, talked about pop culture...
And most especially, each other.
The comic strip's creator, Pol Medina, has also developed story arcs that appear on a strip-by-strip basis, which are then compiled and printed into booklets.
However, Philippine Daily Inquirer has suspended Pugad Baboy from its publication after this strip appeared on the June 4, 2013 issue.
This comes after St. Scholastica's College tweeted a statement that threatens to sue PDI.
PDI, led by its publisher Raul C. Pangalangan, has released an apology to SCC.
The broadsheet has also dismissed rumors that it has fired Medina.
At first, Medina suspected a "consPIGracy."
But this morning (June 7, local time), Medina has stated that he has apologized "on air" to SCC the night before.
In the meantime, Medina has been posting his latest Pugad Baboy strips on Facebook while his indefinite suspension is in effect.
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