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सर्पसत्र – समीक्षा और रेटिंग अंदर के चित्रों के साथ

ये कॉमिक्स सर्पसम्राट तौसी और विलक्षण मानव नाग नागराज की पहली टू इन वन कॉमिक्स है। साथ ही ये पहला अवसर होगा ज़ब दो नाग शक्तियों वाले सुपरहीरो का शानदार टकराव देखने को मिलेगा। इसका अगला भाग सर्पद्वन्द है जो शीघ्र ही प्रकाशित होगा।

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Zombie Rising – Review and Ratings

Zombie Rising Volume is a prequel to the movie “Rise of The Zombie” – India’s first zombie origin movie starring Luke Kenny and Benjamin Gilani. In this graphic novel, Manav and the rest of the gang, who had just started unearthing the strange happenings in Neolife Pharmaceuticals, are drawn deep into the plot. They also discover the real story behind the disappearance of their friend Sujoy; a senior scientist at Neolife. And then of course…Zombies!

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DAMNED: The Vampire Monks of Piyang

DAMNED: The Vampire Monks of Piyang – Review, and Rating

The year is 2020 and the mysterious and enigmatic duo of Anga and Morphuz are hurtling down towards the Indo-China border in their desi truck. Not much is known about their origins or their intentions, save the fact that Anga has in his possession the Blue Lotus Crystal, and both are meta-humans with very high levels of powers.

Some say Anga and Morphuz are old gods- that cannot be confirmed. Are their superpowers somehow related to Vricadium? Is the apparently dark Anga, really the lightbringer? What is known is that Morphuz has a pretty bad credit rating and is quite poor.

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Latest Review of Hindi Comic Books

In the present times, when the focus of most comic publishers is moving away from publishing comics in Hindi language, some comic publishers are yet committed to print and publish comics for Hindi reading audience. The leading Hindi comic publishers who are publishing Hindi comics for past 30 years are Raj Comics when more than a dozen companies closed their business since then. There would hardly be any reader who have not read raj comics in India. You might think of Diamond comics and Amar Chitra Katha in this section as well but recently they have shifted their focus from hindi to English comics only.

The positive news for Hindi readers is that many new publishers have joined this section recently and are actively publishing Hindi comics since last couple of years. They are Bullseye Press, Fiction, fenil and Maze comics.

There is also Comics India who are bringing reprints of Tulsi comics, Radha comics and Manoj comics in Hindi.

We will try that we can also bring Hindi comics review to you as much as possible. The most important objective of a comic scoop is to create a one-stop destination for Indian comic lover, whether they are Hindi comic reader or an English comic reader

Latest Reviews of Indian Comics in English

Some of the most popular Indian comic publishers publishing Indian comics in English are Holy Cow Entertainment, Yali Dream Creations, Bullseye Press, and Amar Chitra Katha. Check out reviews and ratings of the latest English comics published by Indian comic publishers only on Comic Scoop.

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The great Alexander has stepped on the Holy land of India. One king defiantly stands against the Macedonian King’s plans of total invasion and that is Paurav Raj also called Porus.

However, Porus is defeated and impressed by his valor Alexander appoints him as a satrap to one of his conquered lands.

This is history as we know it.

Enter a mysterious stranger from faraway lands, a stranger who exhibits supernatural powers and has a never-ending thirst for blood.

Who is this stranger? Where does he come from and what role will he play in an interesting era of Indian history?

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Sameer, son of a deceased Bollywood stuntman, is wading through his college life, loneliness, infatuation, and therapy when a sudden twist in fate puts him in a messy situation, and he suddenly finds himself on the wrong side of the law, at loggerheads with organ trade mafia, and unwittingly comes across a secret that has been brewing for over a millennium.
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For Neena Joseph, it was her first night at work as a caregiver in a psychiatric asylum.
It might be her last.

Eccentric chef, patients with disturbing cases and sinister forces lurking in the shadows of the mysterious asylum, and then, there is mysterious cell number 9.

Bullseye press presents yet another macabre story from the mind that gave you INFERNO.”

Caster Volume 1
Forced to question the reality of this world Rajo embarks on the greatest adventure of them all. An adventure beyond the limits of life and death. An adventure that will take him down to the depths of hell and make him soar up to the walls of heaven. Rajo knows he cannot go back to his previous blissful ignorance. He knows this because he is aware now, finally, of the great truth of this universe.
That our thoughts are not our own. That no one is the master of their own fate.

Not even God.



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