Prafulla is married but is shunned by her wealthy father-in-law, Haraballabh, because of a spat between him and her father on the day of her wedding regarding the dowry amount. By custom prevalent at that time, a girl, once married, could not be divorced or remarried. Heartbroken at the fate of his only child, her father died and her mother followed after a few years.
Rakshak Crackdown 01 has been published last week and the story started very well from the point where it left off its readers in the epic finale showdown of Rakshak 1. So, after the incidents of Azimganj, Delhi police has taken a zero-tolerance policy and established a crackdown against the vigilantism.
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.
The village is a horror graphic novel with spectacular art and a kind of story that you might have never heard before. The village is based on the story written by world renowned Stephen King’s ‘one for the road’. Shamik Dasgupta has not just retold the story but has completely melded it into the Indian settings. The village is a must have Indian graphic novel.
Rakshak is a must-read comic book to get hyped for the first comic-based superhero movie in India. Although the Rakshak is among us for a couple of years, it is just this month most of us started knowing he exists. That is such a shame that comics such as Rakshak and the publishers such as Yali Dream go unnoticed by the young India who loves superheroes arguably more than anyone in the world