Arnold Arre

Arnold Arre (born on September 2, 1971 in Metro Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino comic book writer and artist.

Arre has won National Book Awards from the Manila Critics Circle for his graphic novels The Mythology Class (1999), a four-part action-adventure miniseries that was re-released as a Special Collected Edition by Adarna House in 2005 and Trip to Tagaytay (2000), a one-shot future fiction short story. Both were released under his self-owned Tala Comics Publishing. His other titles include the romantic comedy After Eden (2002), published by Adarna House, and the self-published Ang Mundo ni Andong Agimat (2006).

Aside from his comics work, Arnold has done numerous design and illustration jobs for various clients such as The San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts and Sony BMG Music Entertainment Philippines. He has also taken part in local and international group exhibits and has had a one-man fantasy-themed show, Mythos in 2000.

Arnold resides in Quezon City and is married to graphic designer Cynthia Bauzon.