Sunday, April 26, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
now i am posting the original photograp(reproudection) of artist Bill Evertt.
Artist Bill Everett and his autograph on the origin story of his brainchild -- the Sub- Marinner.
पिछली post में मैंने आपके लिये artist Bill evertt की original drawing प्रकाशित की थी .इस बार artist bill evertt का अपनी comic The Sub-mariner पर औटोग्राफ देते हुए एक बहुत ही दुर्लभ photograph.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
You read that on the last news that the Diamond Comic Company going to published Disney Comics. Before Diamond comic Company some comic company already published Disney comics. I checked so many blogs but i didn't found any blog that published Disney comics
Because of this i am uploading this Disney comics
If you have any Disney comics keep upload on the blog.
your's Usman Ali Khan.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Monday, April 6, 2009
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Indian comics are all set to go digital
, with Raj Comics planning to convert its library of 3,000+ titles into motion comics. The company is also taking the same to the Mobile, Online, TV and Home Video platforms. The first three titles being developed there are 26/11, Hallabol and Japan Series at a Delhi based studio. Each title will be of 22 minutes and will be available in both English and Hindi.
The titles are slated for May 09 release along with their print editions. These will first be available on the mobile platform and Raj Comics’ agency is currently in talks with various service providers in India for the same. Raj Comics is looking at launching two motion comic titles every month and every comic title of the publication will henceforth be launched with its motion comic version.
Talking to AnimationXpress.com Raj Comics Studio Head
26/11 and Halla Bol will feature Raj Comic’s famous characters Nagraj and Doga. 26/11 is based on the recent Mumbai terrorist attacks while Halla Bol is based on Indo-Pak terrorism. The revenue model for motion comics on the mobile platform will be based on pay per download and pay per view. The company is investing approx INR 15 lakhs in converting each title into the motion comic format. It is also in talks with different studios for its upcoming motion comic titles and is also planning to establish its own in-house .
The company currently has a circulation of approximately 80,000 copies every month (including India and abroad) and is introducing a series of new superhero characters this year. Theses include characters named Bhokal and Yodha.
“In 2008 the comic space in India grew by 10-20% and is continuing to grow. Hence in 2009 we have plans of taking our superheroes Nagraj and Super Commando Dhruv to feature film and TV platform through the medium of animation. Already the character of Doga has been licensed for being adapted into a live action film which will be directed by Anurag Kashyap,” adds Sanjay.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
A Journey to the centre of The Earth.