In conversation with Jai Undurti and Jasraman Grewal, creators of the Hyderabad Graphic Novel project.
A world of magic, marvels, and miracles; a world borrowed, stolen, yet far moved from the innocence of the happily-ever-afters.
The Transmetropolitan series of graphic novels is satiric, dark, and wonderfully profane.
Bryan Talbot’s The Tale of One Bad Rat should be forced on to everyone with half a working mind and half a decent heart.
Grant Morrison’s Kill Your Boyfriend is brilliant because it is darkly humorous, satirical, and poetically unjust.
Mister Wonderful is not a book I would read too many times, but definitely a book I would want everyone to read at least once.
If Barbie dressed like an early 20th century European country girl, started overdosing on Nazi philosophy, and wanted to marry Jesus, then you would probably get Hansi.
Neil Gaiman’s Death: The High Cost of Living makes you realise how Death is kind, compassionate, loyal, and brave.
A book with a plot that cleverly weaves in emotions as the narration digresses from the usual fare of bloodthirsty violence.
An exclusive interview with Pratheek Thomas, author and founder of Manta Ray Comics, a new comic book company that prefers to take the road less travelled.
An exploration of the various graphic novels from which the story lines and characters were developed for Christopher Nolan’s remarkable Batman series.
Witness the Joker’s transformation from a joke-spewing man of wits to a drain-rat, thirsty for power and ruled by insanity.