Media: Graphic Novels
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- Archie Comics - Will Delhi Accept Kevin?
For 70 years, there was no homosexuality in Riverdale High School. At least nobody talked about it.
- Graphic Novel Review: Level 10 Studios' Comic Jump
The artwork is sumptuous and visually rich, not quite manga, yet the action-sequences owe a lot to the typical shonen manga series.
- Nawwab and I: Dot & Buddy
You drive on the highways frequently. That does not make you an expert highway engineer.
- Comic Review: The Ghost Who Walks 01 - The Phantom Returns
Most of us of a certain age have fond memories of Phantom comics, with their ability to transport us to another time, another place
- A Landmark Love Story
Come Friday and I'm making no plans, except to trek back to my favorite bookspot and just savour the feeling of being able to walk
- Kindling The E-Book Revolution
Did the Amazon Kindle kindle my enthusiasm for e-books? You betcha!
- Genocidal Indigenous Forces: Teaching Kids War Games
I wonder how youth are trained and motivated to support and even become Taliban, Al Qaeda?
- Swingtown, Dexter & The Sopranos - Questioning Absolute Truths
There are no absolute truths in life; when shades of Gray are delved into, some are accepted and some are denied fervently.
- Sleep-talking: An Ode to Neil Gaiman's Sandman
So if my words sound a little odd, don't think them so. I am just talking in my sleep.
- Reading Tintin - The Thin(?) Line
Now I will always be looking for racial tones in Tintin comics which I earlier dismissed as racial quirks.
- Converfession: Heart to Heart
What gamut, what threshold, what sublimity, what facet of love has been left unexplored and hidden from these wordsmiths?temporal
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- Comic Detectives of India
And I don't mean "comic" as in "funny"
- Comics Review: Virgin Comics' Ganesha by Deepak Chopra
The memory of elephants is a boon and a curse, especially when combined with the passion of humans.
- The Prickly Porn Pickle: Does Erotica Thrill, Chill Or Kill A Relationship?
Does porn in a relationship crowd the bedroom and result in intimacy issues?
- Comic Review: "Courtney Crumrin" by Ted Neifah
There are very few books (and even fewer comics) like this which capture your attention right from the first page.
- Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson & Tintin Will Make Movies
Tintin is only going where he belongs - the big screen. This fan is excited.
- Spider-man Vs. Shaktimaan
I have recently come to a conclusion that being "Shaktimaan" is a way better career choice than "Spider-Man".
- Indian Comics vs English Comics
Recently every time I have read Indian comics, my reactions oscillate between uncontrollable laughter and skin crawling.
- Movie Review: The Spider-Man 3 Report Card
A diverse cast struggles to entertain us in the third installment of the money-spinning franchise
- Nina Paley's Sitayana: The Storm to Come
Itís not just a religious story, itís a human story
- Movie Review: Spiderman 3 - Dark Promise Unfulfilled
A bit more focus towards the darker side would have added a lot to the movie
- Movie Review : 300 Is a Visual Treat.
I forsee myself watching it multiple times on the big screen
- Book Review : Beowulf - The Graphic Novel
Book review of Gareth Hinds' graphic novel, Beowulf
- Graphic Novel Review: Daisy Kutter: The Last Train
A Sci-Fi Western that looks better than it reads
- Book Review: Marvel Zombies
Your favorite superhero makes a gruesome zombie
- Graphic Novel Review: 300, Frank Miller
Accuracy is besides the point in Miller's bold depiction of the Battle of Thermopylae.
- Book Review: The Little Book of Hindu Deities, Sanjay Patel
A kid-friendly look at Hindu Mythology
- Graphic Novel Review: Virgin Comics' Ramayan 3392 AD
Ramayan 3392 AD combines the ancient with the futuristic and although it holds a promise it does not blow your head off.
- Graphic Novel Review: Virgin Comics' Devi
Devi, Virgin Comics' second series after Sadhu is a much better effort. Recommended for fantasy fans.
- Graphic Novel Review: Virgin Comics' Devi
Though the message on the surface may seem simple, yet there is a deeper undertone to the series.
- DVD Review: MirrorMask Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean
MirrorMask is a remarkable story told in remarkable fashion by two of the best storytellers around right now.
- Comics Review: The Sadhu 01
The Team can sit back, happy with the knowledge that they have provided Virgin with a solid, quality start.
- Comics Review: Virgin Comics' The Sadhu - Issue 1
I won't say that it will do for Indian stories what Manga has done for Japanese comics!