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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 185. Not illustrated. Chapters: Nagraj. Excerpt: Nagraj ("Snake-King") ( in Devanagari script) is an Indian comic book character from Raj Comics who arguably can be termed as the longest living Indian action comic Superhero. Created in the Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 185. Not illustrated. Chapters: Nagraj. Excerpt: Nagraj ("Snake-King") ( in Devanagari script) is an Indian comic book character from Raj Comics who arguably can be termed as the longest living Indian action comic Superhero. Created in the late 1980s by Sanjay Gupta, Nagraj has changed a lot in his life of more than 20 years both in terms of looks as well as stories. Despite the fact that comic culture had once almost vanished in India, his fan base still increased and is expected to increase tremendously after his first animated movie is released. The debut issue of Nagraj was written by renowned writer Parshuram Sharma and drawn by Pratap Mulick. Mulick successfully drew the character for about 50 issues till 1995. Since 1995, the illustration work of Nagraj has been taken over by artist and writer Anupam Sinha. Today whatever Nagraj is, is because of these legends of the Indian comic industry Pratap Mullick and Anupam Sinha. The character of Nagraj is believed to be inspired by mythological Ichchhadhaari Naags (shape shifting snakes), historical Vishmanushya (venomous human). His stories serve a rich blend of mythology, fantasy, magic and science fiction. Many of Nagraj's fans believe that over time Nagraj's comics have developed a Snake Mythology of its own which is unique to the popular Indian beliefs about snakes prevalent among the masses. Nagraj was originally conceived as an enemy of international terrorism. Interestingly, in his debut, Nagraj was unleashed as an international terror weapon by the evil scientist Professor Nagmani. Nagraj in this first mission was tasked to steal a golden statue of a Goddess from a temple protected by tribal devotes, snakes and by a mysterious more than 300 years old Sadhu named Baba Gorakhnath. Nagraj succeeded in his task but upon confrontation with Gorakhnath and his mystic Black Mongo...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 185. Not illustrated. Chapters: Nagraj. Excerpt: Nagraj ("Snake-King") ( in Devanagari script) is an Indian comic book character from Raj Comics who arguably can be termed as the longest living Indian action comic Superhero. Created in the Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 185. Not illustrated. Chapters: Nagraj. Excerpt: Nagraj ("Snake-King") ( in Devanagari script) is an Indian comic book character from Raj Comics who arguably can be termed as the longest living Indian action comic Superhero. Created in the late 1980s by Sanjay Gupta, Nagraj has changed a lot in his life of more than 20 years both in terms of looks as well as stories. Despite the fact that comic culture had once almost vanished in India, his fan base still increased and is expected to increase tremendously after his first animated movie is released. The debut issue of Nagraj was written by renowned writer Parshuram Sharma and drawn by Pratap Mulick. Mulick successfully drew the character for about 50 issues till 1995. Since 1995, the illustration work of Nagraj has been taken over by artist and writer Anupam Sinha. Today whatever Nagraj is, is because of these legends of the Indian comic industry Pratap Mullick and Anupam Sinha. The character of Nagraj is believed to be inspired by mythological Ichchhadhaari Naags (shape shifting snakes), historical Vishmanushya (venomous human). His stories serve a rich blend of mythology, fantasy, magic and science fiction. Many of Nagraj's fans believe that over time Nagraj's comics have developed a Snake Mythology of its own which is unique to the popular Indian beliefs about snakes prevalent among the masses. Nagraj was originally conceived as an enemy of international terrorism. Interestingly, in his debut, Nagraj was unleashed as an international terror weapon by the evil scientist Professor Nagmani. Nagraj in this first mission was tasked to steal a golden statue of a Goddess from a temple protected by tribal devotes, snakes and by a mysterious more than 300 years old Sadhu named Baba Gorakhnath. Nagraj succeeded in his task but upon confrontation with Gorakhnath and his mystic Black Mongo...

38 review for Indian Comics: Nagraj, Super Commando Dhruva, List of Amar Chitra Katha Comics, Doga, Lion Comics, Bhokal, Mayavi, Bheriya, Shakti, Tinkle

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nidhi Sinha

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    Avinash Singh

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    Raj

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    Pratik Gupta

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    Rohit Kalyani

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    Shubham

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    Ravi

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    Bella

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    Jaya

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    Ankit TiwAri

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    Sarah Kabir

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    Shweta

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