CEBU, Philippines – Actress, Air Force reservist and rockstar RC Muñoz explained that she worked with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to make an illustration for a comic book of 12 series.

Muñoz posted photos of herself doing the illustrations on her Instagram page on Wednesday, October 20, 2021.

She said the comic aims to educate young people about waste reduction and promote proper waste separation.

“Meet the Minji and Chimchim Defenders of the Earth. As an environmental defender, I collaborated with the DENR (Department of Environmental and Natural Resources) and I had the honor of creating / illustrating characters for a 12 series comic. Our goal is to educate our citizens on how to reduce plastic waste, promote proper waste separation / disposal, and make recycling fun for children, because children are our future, ”she said .

“And also for jimin’s birthday i thought about creating my character inspired by jimin and (chimmy) because he touched my life on so many levels and i want to share that in a very substantial way”, a- she declared.

“If you have any ideas and suggestions for the stories, submit them in the comments. Let us all unite to save the planet! #zerowaste #uselessplastic #savetheplanet #enviromentalist #happybirthdayjimin #chimmy, ”she added.

Muñoz is an avowed otaku or anime fan. His followers adore him for transforming into his favorite characters like in Sailor Moon and Nezuko Kamado, a fictional character from Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer manga: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

Muñoz is also a huge K-Pop fan. She shared that two of the comic book characters are inspired by her favorite BTS member Jimin, also known as Chimmy.

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