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  • Dirty Linen

    Will the lasting legacy of the 2010 Commonwealth Games be one of chagrin and sheer mortification?
  • Spicy Whole Cauliflower

    Easy to make and sufficiently fancy-looking, this dish is guaranteed to win people over.
  • Immortal Lies

    Amar Chitra Katha comics, translated into almost every Indian language, paint pictures of misleading communal harmony and peace, while perpetrating stereotypes of gender, caste, and creed.
  • Pandemonium and Chaos

    The question remains: Will humanity suffer, or the undying soul of John Constantine?
  • At Least They Got the Address Right

    Comic book literature has never felt more convincing than From Hell.
  • The Rainy Day Chicken

    Pulpy tomatoes and the comforting smell of curry bubbling away in the kitchen—the perfect treat for a rainy day.
  • Khublai Shibhon, Sohra

    Sohra is at most a two-hour drive from Shillong—scenic, with rolling greens and misty blues.
  • Don’t Break the Rules

    In Fight Club, Palahniuk’s literary style hits you like a punch from down south and gets you on the chin.
  • Tonight, We Dine in Hell!

    300 is about harsh realities, going far away from home, and never coming back.
  • Dream a Little Dream For Me

    Neil Gaiman's The Kindly Ones is structurally a greek tragedy, written with the soul of a deranged lunatic on a suicide mission.
  • Blood for Blood, and by the Gallons

    A whirlwind, torrid introduction to exactly what your mother would not want to catch you reading.
  • Kasol Capers

    Visiting Kasol in January is a little bizarre, but an adventure nonetheless.

Testimonial Comics #21

By Nishant Jain