Namastey! Presenting Indian Comics Fandom (Volume 6). I would like
to thank all the readers and Indian Comic Fans for their continuous
support from the first issue of ICF last year. This issue covers -
*) – News articles, updates on independent comic scene.
*) – Articles, Updates from Manta Ray Comics, Vimanika Comics, Holy
Cow Entertainment, Amar Chitra Katha, Yali Dream Creations, Raj
Comics, Tricolor Books, Fenil Comics, Comix.India, Yomics, Himalayan
*) – Fan Fic : Sukda Abs (Gamraj) by Karan Virk.
*) – EXCLUSIVE!!! Interview with Mr. Nitin Mishra by Nishant
*) – Memories Section with old comic issues, excerpts from
Cover Pic – Mr. Mayank Sharma and Late Jitendra Bedi ji (Raj Comics
Janoon Mela, June 2008)
- Mohit Sharma (Trendster)
© All Rights Reserved, Mohit Sharma and Freelance Talents. Symbols, titles, images used belong to the above
mentioned comic publications. Use by ICF is informative and educational
1) - A Comical Ride
(Chencho Sherin Thomas for Indian Express)
With legs up on a coconut tree, Cocoman invites the world with this catchy line “Let’s go coco-
nutty”. And who wouldn’t go nutty for this lungi-caped, banyan-clad superhero who uses
coconuts as his crime-fighting weapon? The beefed up superheroes in a body suit carrying
mean machines are old news. Cocoman is all fresh and spanking new in his whacky avatar. His
lean-mean-self comes across as a comical adaptation of a common man in Kerala, who has set
about to fight the crime-ridden world. And Cocoman will hit television soon, thanks to three
youngsters from Kerala, Sinu Chandrasenan, Kishore Mohan and Roshan K.
What happens when two engineers get together and discuss a future together? Inventions?
Sure enough, except, Sinu Chandrasenan and Kishore Mohan who met at an IT company seven
years ago were never the quintessential engineers. Their heart was in art. This was during the
days when their excellent drawing skills were stunning their peers. Kishore and Sinu fou