About PC

The Story of PC

We are a bunch of like-minded people who became fast friends because of our common fandom, which was initially about Japanese culture (read: anime, manga, etc.).  Pixelated Crayons came from the idea of putting up a web zine that talked about our fascination with Japanese pop culture at one side while talking about other cool stuff as well. There are a lot of magazines and websites out there that featured the otaku fandom quite extensively, and we didn’t want to be just “another website”. Our varied backgrounds gave us the leverage to write and talk about other great stuff that we think other people like as well, but not necessarily shared in cyberspace.

Why Pixelated Crayons?

Truth be told, finding the appropriate name to christen our website was nothing short of a miracle. There were several of us banging our heads on the wall to come up with a good name that didn’t sound too weabo-ish or too lame. Pixelated Crayons came from the idea of painting the web scene with the multi-faceted colors of Pinoy fandom that’s shaping our culture as we know it.

What’s in PC?

  • PC Bulletin – The latest stuff you need to know, hot off the PC press!
  • Spotlight – The PC segment highlighting 8 interesting features that will tickle your fancy.
  • What The Fudge?! – The PC opinion segment where the staff dish out their thoughts about a particular topic.

Here’s what to expect under the Spotlight Section:

Boob Tube – Thinking of what TV show you want to stay glued to? Here’s our take on some of the popular and not-so-popular shows on the tube that may or may not be worth your time to watch.

Silver Screen – Flick reviews of what’s up and about in the movies both locally and abroad.

1UP – Video game aficionados as well as closet gamers can have their fill of some of the hottest games to hit the scene.

Kawaii
– Explore the cute and colorful collection of Japanese animation as we feature well-loved classics to the latest hits that everyone’s raving about.

Tankobon – A look inside the broad-minded world of manga or Japanese comics. Whether you’re young or old, a guy or a gal, we’ll make sure we’ll recommend a good manga series for you to check out.

Food Trip – From restaurant reviews to your mom’s secret recipes, this PC section talks about our never-ending tryst with all things yummy (and the not-so-yummy).

Myuzeek – Great stuff about what feeds our mind and soul (and probably some stuff that will make you go “tugz…tugz…tugz”).

Bibliophiles – Turn to this page to know more about great reads to curl up to.

Boob Tube – Thinking of what TV show you want to stay glued to? Here’s our take on some of the popular and not-so-popular shows on the tube that may or may not be worth your time to watch.

Silver Screen – Flick reviews of what’s up and about in the movies both locally and abroad.

1UP – Video game aficionados as well as closet gamers can have their fill of some of the hottest games to hit the scene.

Kawaii – Explore the cute and colorful collection of Japanese animation as we feature well-loved classics to the latest hits that everyone’s raving about.

Tankobon – A look inside the broad-minded world of manga or Japanese comics. Whether you’re young or old, a guy or a gal, we’ll make sure we’ll recommend a good manga series for you to check out.

Food Trip – From restaurant reviews to your mom’s secret recipes, this PC section talks about our never-ending tryst with all things yummy (and the not-so-yummy).

Myuzeek – Great stuff about what feeds our mind and soul (and probably some stuff that will make you go “tugz…tugz…tugz”).

(Toys)

Bibliophiles – Turn to this page to know more about great reads to curl up to.

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