Featured Comics: Ramayan 3392 AD Reloaded
When I was a boy, my father used to tell me the Great Epic of Ramayana to lull me down to sleep. Now, 20 years later, having my friend discovered these great comic series is a great nostalgia. Click The Picture above to bring you the the whole series (ongoing).
Book 1 Book 2
Although this site originally dedicated to comics, I can't help not to feature these GREAT graphic novels. In black and white, Marjane Satrapi, the author slash artist of the graphic novels told us about her childhood life in Iran and later in Vienna. A little history lesson, Persepolis was an ancient city in Iran, hence the title.
Persepolis achieved so many recognition from the whole graphic novel universe, including this one :) , download it, read it, and you will know why. Here, for further review.
Labels: Graphic Novels
The story primarily deals with the last kingdom of humans who are fighting demons (Asuras) to survive. The series' prime protagonist is the human prince Rama who, alongside his brothers, aims to bring down the demon-lord Ravan. Now a new beginning starts with writer Shamik Dasgupta and artist Jeevan Kang with the guidance of celebrated writer/editor Ron Marz. The story continues after Rama, Lakshman and Seeta escape from Mithila and are teleported to the wastelands of the far north. Rama suffers from severe wounds and is at death's door. (As cited in www.wikipedia.com)