Devi: Rebirth #1 (Graphic India) STORY: Siddharth Kotian ART : Mukesh Singh (art), Nanjan J (colours) & Jenny Frison (cover) This issue marks a revival of a relatively in-limbo character of Devi by Graphic India. Originally published by someone else … Continue reading Devi: Rebirth #1 (Graphic India, 2016)
The tension in the room was enough to make even the toughest of the tough break out in a sweat. Guns were drawn and as my eyes roamed over those present before me I felt my pulse hammer waiting to … Continue reading Last Meals (SHORT STORY)
I found this on the internet (where else) and besides my amusement, I was genuinely curious and looked it up and it actually seems not too far fetched! Plus you gotta admit, Cesare looks a lot more like this quintessential … Continue reading Is this Jesus? Or is it not?
All-Star Batman #1 (DC Comics) STORY : Scott Snyder ART : John Romita Jr. (pencils), Danny Miki (inks) & Dean White (colours) Post his swan-song over on the main Batman book before the big DC Rebirth rebootage, Scott Snyders not … Continue reading All-Star Batman #1 (DC Comics, 2016)
Well so I read a few of these article in quick succession today and the thought that immediately jumped across my mind was: Damn! Pokemon is not only helping save lives but also helping police clear out old cases! Check … Continue reading CSI: Pokemon GO?
I received this video clip on my phone and in a rare instance, really wanted to share it (originally from Huffpost somewhere/when). A photographer named Platon talks about how a photograph he took without even realising some details about what … Continue reading The power of a picture to open minds.
The Flintstones #1 (DC Comics)
STORY : Mark Russell
ART : Steve Pugh (interior art) and Chris Chuckry (colours)
One of the latest efforts in the DC Comics company-wide revamp has been to take old Hanna-Barbera cartoons and, well, revamp them for a new age and a new audience. Now the warning sign in these situations usually is that some things were fun because of what they were and changing them too much can make them nothing but hollow reimaginings that might have been better as purely new concepts with new characters instead of pandering to nostalgia – THIS to me is the big “?” when it comes to these new Hanna-Barbera titles. Continue reading “The Flintstones #1 (DC Comics, 2016)”