Caravan Vengeance Synopsis
The Caravan Vengeance graphic novel is one of the popular releases of the year 2020. It is a sequel to caravan volume 1 released in 2012.
Let me give a quick preview of the Caravan story first if you have not read it. No one ever asks why there are so many abandoned villages across the Rajasthan border as everybody thinks that the villagers moved in search of water. But the truth is something else, and it is as terrifying as hell. A vampire’s group who disguise themselves as gypsy circus roam through the outskirts of the Rajasthan border and feed on every living soul they found. They leave no trace behind when they leave. One day caravan took their chance on a small batch of a border security force campaigning in Bhangarh Fort. Coincidentally, Asif took shelter there as well who is a sole survivor from Caravan’s wrath years ago. As night prevailed, vampires started their massacre. Though it did not go as easy as it had been through the years for the vampires. The ferocious leader of the BSF, Daroga Bhairon Singh along with her niece Durga, Asif (the survivor), and inspector Jai ended their reign. But only Durga and Asif survived at the end.
The Caravan Vengeance starts from where the first part left off. Yes, you can skip Caravan Blood Wars (volume 2) if you want to stick to the story that is told in the first part. Caravan Vengeance has doubled the seduction, love, blood, and war but the first installation remains the best part of the series. This does not mean that Caravan is bad. Caravan is good and that is a good remark for a 160 pages long graphic novel. The only complaint we have is that the story was over-stretched. The biggest plus points of the story are its improved art that is going to make you feel like you are watching a movie.
Caravan Vengeance – Story – 6.5
The story lifts off slowly after the events happened in the end of the caravan volume 1. Jai and Durga escaped the ruins of Bhangarh fort and before they say goodbye to each other they decide to spend a day together. Both knew that the religious difference among them will not let them live peacefully in the society they live. While the two think horrors of the Bhangarh fort are done and dusted, a vengeance story started escalating in the deserts of Rajasthan. One of the pawns of the queen, Madhurakshi survived and has started writing a revenge story that will bring her queen back to life. On the other hand, Daroga Bhairon Singh was spotted on his way back from the deserts as well. Will Madhurakshi be able to resurrect her queen? On the finish line who will be taking revenge; Madhurakshi or Daroga Bhairon Singh? What about Asif and Durga’s Love life? You need to read Caravan Vengeance 2 to find out answers to all your questions!
Concept – 6
The concept of the story is simple, but the story took a long route to reach the finish line. It would have been a better experience if it has remained on the course of vengeance but Shamik Dasgupta tried to explore love story in the better part of the book.
Pace – 6
The story takes a lot of time to build the pace as writer has given a lot of space to explore the love life of Asif and Durga. We could not connect to the chemistry between them emotionally. As a result, the story seemed over stretched for the most part of the first half.
Grip – 6
The grip of the story has many ups and downs throughout. We thought there were too many unnecessary scenes and details that were not required for the essence of the story. For example, the family of Durga has given so much attention throughout which made us feel like they are going to play a major role in the final fight. Yet, that did not happen.
Impact – 8
The overall impact of the Caravan vengeance is above average. Where the second chapter start improving your experience, the final chapter mark the end of the flagship at higher note. The story concludes at a guaranteed satisfaction.
Caravan Vengeance – Dialogues and Letters – 9
We did not find any difficulty in reading dialogues. They are easy and clear for a casual English reader too. The letters and graphics job has gone well. There were a couple of funny conversations that you will enjoy for sure as well.
Caravan Vengeance – Cover Art – 10
You cannot deny that you love the awesome cover art of the caravan Vengeance. The cover art is illustrated by Partha Pratim Sarkar and colored by Vitorio Astone.
Caravan Vengeance – Inside Art – 10
The inside art of Caravan vengeance has been pencilled by three artists. Chapter one by Gaurav Shrivastav, chapter two by Bikas Satpathy and chapter three by Abhilash Panda. The sequential art of Caravan vengeance is its strongest part, and all three artists has done their work brilliantly.
Caravan Vengeance – Team
- Story and Script – Shamik Dasgupta
- Editor – Ryan Foley
- Letters – Vibhav Pandey
- Cover Art – Partha Pratim Sarkar
- Cover Colors – Vitoria Astone
- CEO and Producer – Asvin Srivatsangam
Chapter one – Dawn
- Artist – Gaurav Shrivastav
- Colors – Prasad Pattnaik and Periya Pillai
- Chapter Cover – Saumin Patel
Chapter Two – Dusk
- Artist – Bikas Satpathy
- Colors – Periya Pillai
- Chapter Cover – Yogesh Pugaonkar
- Special Thanks – Prince Ayush
Chapter Three – Night
- Artist – Abhilash Panda
- Colors – Periya Pillai
- Chapter Cover – Shamik Dasgupta and Periya Pillai
Caravan Vengeance – Product Information
- Pages – 160
- Paper Type – Glossy
- Cover – Paperback
- Language – English
Caravan Vengeance – Where to Buy
You can buy caravan vengeance through its official website as well as from comicsadda.com. If you want to buy on amazon the link is here 👉 Caravan Vol. 2 – Vengeance
You can also click on the below cover image of the book to reach amazon product page.
Caravan Vengeance Review by Comic Scoop
Caravan Vengeance - Summary
The Caravan Vengeance starts from where the first part left off. It has doubled the seduction, love, blood, and war but the first installation remains the best part of the series. This does not mean that Caravan is bad. Caravan is good and that is a good remark for a 160 pages long graphic novel. The only complaint we have is that the story was over-stretched. The biggest plus points of the story are its improved art that is going to make you feel like you are watching a movie.