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Wednesday, 10 April 2019

The Stock Exchange - An Easy Introduction

Presenting a rare comic book on the stock market published in India in the year 1988. This comic book was conceptualised by noted fund manager, Ajit Dayal. An unique feature about this comic is that it was illustrated by the legendary Vasant B Halbe. He is renowned for his illustrations in Tinkle magazine and is creator of the iconic Indian comic character Shikari Shambu.

Monday, 8 April 2019

Vidyarthi Mithram Comics - Inspector Eagle

Presenting a rare cover from Kottayam based publishers Vidyarthi Mithram , featuring Inspector Eagle. This comic book has two stories titled the 'The Haunted Palace' and the 'Beauty Contest' and was published in the 1980's.

Monday, 25 June 2018

Chennai Super Komics- Chennai Super Kids Vol.2

Presenting cover of Chennai Super Kings Comics titled 'Chennai Super Kids' issued in  2011 , published by Cartwheel Creative Consultancy Ltd and distributed by India Book House. Not sure how many comics were published in this series. Anymore information on this series is welcome

Sunday, 18 June 2017

Star Comics-Amitabh Bachchan Supremo Comic Vol.1No.11

Presenting another action packed and enchanting Supremo cover from the 1980's. This is Vol.1 No.11 titled, 'The Hijack'

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Amar Chitra Katha-Oz Naatu Mayavi

Presenting a rare gem of a Tamil cover today. This can be described as one of the ten 'mythical' forefathers of Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) as we know it today.I call them as mythical, because everyone knows that the first ten issues exist, but it is extremely hard to find one.

 As history goes, the first ten issues of ACK were reprints of popular western folktales and it was not until issue No.11 that indigenous stories began appearing, starting with 'Krishna'.Another interesting fact is that these ten issues were published only in regional languages and not in English.

This is issue No.8 and titled in Tamil as 'Oz Naatu Mayavi' which as you would have guessed from the cover stands for 'Wizard of Oz'. This comic was published sometime in 1967

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Champak- Freedom Struggle Special

A patriotic Champak cover from twenty years back. Wish you all a happy Republic Day!

Thursday, 25 December 2014

Spectrum Comics- The Amazing Spiderman-The Deadly Mission

Presenting another rare comic cover from the Spectrum Stable. Published in September 1986, this is Issue No.23. 

This issue features an exciting story involving the 'FoolKiller' as the primary villain. For those who are not familiar with the 'FoolKiller', Wikipedia has a detailed entry about him (

As for the story itself, it originally appeared in the Amazing Spiderman issue No.225 which was published by the Marvel Comics Group in February 1982.A detailed review of this story can further be found on this link (

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