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‘Black Cat’s ongoing series announced
2:00 pm PDT 22/02/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Recently Marvel Comics has announced an ongoing Black Cat series which is all set to drop this summer, and it will get into some hair-raising heist drama. The upcoming series will be written by Jed Mackay while Travel Foreman will be doing the artwork. J. Scott Campbell created the cover, which can be seen below. Black Cat’s solo outing will be based in a recent Marvel Comics run. The book will be an offshoot of Amazing Spider-Man, which is ongoing at the publisher. This spinoff title … Read More


‘Leaping Windows’: A cafe accompanied by a stunning library of Comic books
6:00 pm PDT 21/02/2019 By Parth Kaushik

Strolling across the fag end of West Mumbai’s Yari Road, an upscale vicinity of Versova, my gaze fell on a smattering of comic-book characters sprayed on the bordering wall of what looked like a pretty decent cafe to hang out for a soirée. Leaping Windows, an interesting place I cajoled my friend into accompanying me to, for a cup of coffee, looked apropos on some fronts. It was a sunny afternoon. So the prospect of a roof and some refreshments already constituted … Read More


Royal Mail launches special stamps featuring popular Marvel superheroes
3:30 pm PDT 20/02/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

The Royal Mail has launched a series of special stamps, featuring some of the most popular superheroes from the comic books to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Marvel. People will be able to buy the special stamps in post offices soon. Philip Parker from the Royal Mail commented: “Generations have grown up spellbound by the adventures and the personalities of these superheroes. Our epic new stamps celebrate each in characteristic pose, emerging from the stamp frame.” (According to BBC) Designed … Read More


DC Comics cancels ‘Second Coming’ comic series following a petition
4:00 pm PDT 19/02/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

DC Comics has lately announced to have cancelled the upcoming comic series Second Coming featuring Jesus Christ who’s sent on “a holy mission by God” to know “what it takes to be the true messiah of mankind”, following a petition that termed it as “outrageous and blasphemous”. Due on 6 March from DC imprint Vertigo, Second Coming was written by Mark Russell and illustrated by Richard Pace, its story followed Jesus’s return to Earth and is shocked to discover what … Read More


‘Chacha Chaudhary and Kumbh Mela’ spreads the significance and relevance of Kumbh
6:00 pm PDT 18/02/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Recounting the cultural, historical and traditional legacy of Kumbh Mela, Diamond Toons has recently launched a new comic book, Chacha Chaudhary and Kumbh Mela featuring the legendary Indian comic hero, Chacha Chaudhary, to teach the legacy and relevance of Kumbh to children. Being the joint initiative of Diamond Toons and Government of Uttar Pradesh, the comic has described fascinating facts about Ardh Kumbh Mela that’s held at Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. The book details out the initiatives taken by the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Aditya Nath to make this auspicious event … Read More


Tinkle series ‘Kalia the Crow’ to be re-launched as ‘Big Baan’
6:00 pm PDT 15/02/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

Tinkle is loved all over the country for the fun comic series it carries with every issue. The iconic series from Tinkle, titled Kalia the Crow is getting a reboot after 38 years. The series will be re-launched as Big Baan, which will see a larger forest, more animals, and more adventures in the second issue of February. Kalia the Crow was the first character to feature in Tinkle and appeared in the very first issue of Tinkle, in November … Read More


Blaft Publication: Taking India to the world, one story at a time
7:00 pm PDT 13/02/2019 By Parth Kaushik

We often fawn over the stories from the mainstream wellsprings of the international platforms. The stories that have captured imaginations across the world on account of their scale and grandeur. The preoccupation with the mainstream stories that inundate the repository makes the content reposed in the niches escape our attention. Nevertheless, those stories represent the true spirit and essence of the geography they emerged from, being just as worthy of a wider platform. It is commendable that publications and institutions take … Read More


‘Tibu Comics’ completes one successful year on Instagram
6:00 pm PDT 12/02/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

Tibu Comics is a page on Instagram which is grabbing eyeballs for the past year. The protagonist, Tibu, is fun, naughty, sweet, and smart, just like any other kid in every household. She is all that any person as a kid would have loved to be, imaginative, expressive and loveable. Created by Magic Elements Studios, Tibu Comics landed on Instagram keeping in mind the direct and clear delivery of content to keep the audience engaged. “Before any thought it was … Read More


The comic that sheds light on the basic ‘Adhikaar’ of women
7:00 pm PDT 04/02/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

“One is not born, but rather becomes a woman!” – Simone de Beauvoir Since the inception of universe, women have always been considered the “second sex”. In fact, they were also being deprived of their basic right of enfranchisement – voting. From then, women have come a long way fighting for their position in the society including their household. As Oprah Winfrey said, “Their [men] time is up”, the wave of women empowerment has swept the world off its feet … Read More


A meditation on Graphic Novels.
6:00 pm PDT 04/02/2019 By Parth Kaushik

Many profound works of animation have managed to puncture a hole in the long-held yet ignorant perception that animated cartoons only appeal to kids. Yet there is some ground to cover when it comes to giving the same credence to comic books and graphic novels.  Last year when political commentator and comedian Bill Mahr publically lampooned and undermined the fandom around Stan Lee and comic books, the debate of whether comic books and graphic novels are sources of depth and substance or … Read More


Review: Treble Comics’ ‘A Song of Heroes’ is a gripping comic-book
6:00 pm PDT 01/02/2019 By Parth Kaushik

A Song of Heroes opens with servile overtures as the winged minions that serve the Red Wizard buzz about in his service. Here we witness how Red Wizard’s oppressive emerald eyes have an evil glint as he looms over his fiefdom, setting the tone for what he is up to. As we go along learning about the motives of characters, we are made aware of the object they are all in search of; the proto-skull. The multiracial microcosmic universe in … Read More


Hear it from the first Indian to write for DC Comics – Ram Venkatesan on ‘Batman Secret Files #1’
7:00 pm PDT 28/01/2019 By Sharmindrila Paul

There’s hardly any comic lover who doesn’t admire Batman. He has always been a fan-favourite since its inception in the comics universe in 1939 (Detective Comics). The Dark Knight has an overwhelming fan-base across the globe and has been featured on innumerable comics over the years, including Batman Secret Files #1, the latest one in the Secret Files and Origins. Secret Files and Origins is a series of one-shot comic books and mini-series produced by DC Comics. Published in October … Read More