Sunday, November 30, 2008

26 News 9: Batman's Death in Deccan Chronicle & Times of India

Dear ComiRades,

Nature Wrecked Havoc in the form Unprecedented Rains in Chennai City Where Yours Truly Lives - Chennai City In Tamil Nadu - India. The Worst affected was The People Who Travel a Little Bit Longer to their Respective Offices. The Traffic was Affected so much that it Took More than 6 Hours for Yours Truly to reach Home on Thursday Night, which in Normal Heavy-Duty Traffic will be covered in 45-60 Minutes. As Our Organisation is all set to Expand, Yours Truly was Busy to an level whereby I Couldn't even Update the News Content which was ready by 26th Morning in My Blog-Draft. Apologies for the Late-Posting, Which has become a Habit of Sorts with Yours Truly - just Like Lion Comics and Muthu Comics.

Lets Get into the News Coverage of Comic-Related News of this week. First it was on Deccan Chronicle whereby, Quoting, they have informed that the Iconic Character of Batman / Bruce Wayne is all set to die in the November 27th issue of Batman R.I.P Magazine. Thanks to My Brother who SMS' ed me the Same on the morning itself & couple of other overseas ComiRades who tipped me the Same. Here is the Scan of the News Paper Article (By the Way, Kindly note that Yours Truly's Brand New Scanner was Repaired and these Scans were the First one to be churned out of it. A Big Big Thanks to Fellow ComiRade Ayyampalayam Lakshmanan Venkateshwaran Sir who Helped Yours Truly on Colour Correction and other Gimmicks in Photo Shop Works).

Couple of Days Later (29th November 2008 - Saturday), after the Official Book got released, Time Of India Carried out an Article on the Reaction of ComiRades about the Death of Batman. The Correspondent Ms Lakshmi Venkateshwaran has covered this topic in a manner which will make many a Die-Hard ComiRade Proud. Normally what happens in such situations is that the author may not have adequate knowledge on the topic (When it comes to a Matter of Skewed Interest) and hence as a result, the Article suffers. However, contrary to the opinion, Ms Lakshmi Venkateshwaran covered the topic in such a Coherent way that implies that there could be a ComiRade Hiding inside (Need to Verify the same).
Times Of India 29-11-08 
ComiRades May Recall that This is not the first time that a Comic Character is Killed (Invariably to increase Sales of the Magazine). There was this peculiar Case where the Author (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) was fuming on the prospect of His Character (Sherlock Holmes) getting more Fame than the author himself. The End of this situation was on the expected Lines leading to the death of the Character itself. In the Batman series itself, Bruce Wayne's BackBone was Injured and a Temporary Batman Replaced him for certain perod. However, there was a case when mortal loss was happened in the Batman series and that leads to Robin. Here are the cover scans and the Page where Batman carrying the Wonderboy's Body.

On a Fine Sunday when Yours Truly was answering calls pertaining to Office, A SMS of Interesting Matter reached His Personal Mobile. That was from Fellow ComiRade Mr Pathy who informed about the News Paper Article on The Comics Reading Habit. Many a Thanks to Him. Later on When Another ComiRade (Ayyampalayam Venkateshwaran Sir) Visited Yours Truly after a week of outstation visit, He came with the Same News Paper,Coincidence To say the least.

This particular Article was such a Joy to read as it hit the Bulls Eye with the concept of "You Can Always Make a Man Out of a Boy; However, You Can Never take the Boy Out of a Man" advocating the basic nostalgia factor which is driven by the fountain of Youthfulness-Comics Reading. This Particular Author, Anuradha Varma, has gone to the mature Graphic Level after touching the Happy-Go-Lucky kind of comics. Way to go with so many articles pertaining comics as a hobby.

Well, that's all for the time being. As usual, post your comments in the comments section. For those who want to Pen their thoughts in Tamil, Kindly Use the Option provided in the Widget in the sidebar. The next Old Review Post will be on the 6th issue of James Bond Comics. After Which Yours Truly will Review another set of Comics just like what we did in TCU with Iceberg Comics, James Bond Comics.

Happy Reading. Thanks & Regards,

King Viswa.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

14 Review 08: James Bond Comics No 5 - Parakkum Gundu பறக்கும் குண்டு

Dear ComiRades,

Here comes the fifth instalment of the James Bond Comics in Tamil Language Edited By Mr RamaJayam titled as - “Parakkum Gundu - பறக்கும் குண்டு – The flying Bomb”. Incidentally this happens to be the first issue in the new size B 5, After the first four issues were printed in the A 4 Size. The Editor & the publishing house has to bow down to the pressures of the Distributors and the Basic Law of Comics (The Godzilla Law) which was discussed in the previous post, relating to the Size of the Comics Book and the Sales related to that book in Tamil. Here are the Cover scans of the Tamil James Bond Comics and the corresponding Cover Scan of the Semic Press Publication issue.

Title: Parakkum Gundu (பறக்கும் குண்டு – The Flying Bomb)

Semic Title: Code Name -Romeo

Cover Design: Art By V.Chinnaiah

Cover: Soft Cover, Non-Laminated.

Serial Number: No. 5.

On Sale From: 1st September1988 Onwards.

Total No. of Pages: 64 Pages (Story 48 Pages), Black & White in Tamil.

Price: Priceless for Comic Fans; For others, INR 2/- for Tamil Version.

Story: Sverre Arness

Original Artwork: Joseph Gual.

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This particular issue was the 13th James Bond Adventure to be printed by the Semic Press in 1985. The Story credits goes to Sverre Arness and the artwork is done by Joseph Gual (Yes, the same Gual who was the artist for many of the Commando Comics and Creepy Comics over the years). Many a ComiRade will straightaway put down Gual by saying his artwork was un-inspiring, to say the least. Apart from this story, Tamil Comics fans have come across Gual in Rani Comics stories such as “Paadhi iravil oru Parakkum thattu - பாதி இரவில் ஒரு பறக்கும் தட்டு – Operation UFO”.

Now, moving on to the storyline: Across the world, two major terrorist attacks are carried out by flying bombs, which the assassins have code named, after Shakespeare’s much acclaimed Drama Character, 'Romeo'. 'Juliet' is a small transmitter planted on the target and when the assassins release the bombs from a small plane 'Romeo' will seek out 'Juliet' with deadly results, causing mortal destruction. Regular ComiRades may recall a similar storyline featuring James Bond Himself: Eri Natchathiram – எரி நட்சத்திரம் - Rani Comics Story in which the villain himself plants a transmitter on the Targets in the form of a Pen, or a Locket or a Chain and then sends his helium based Balloons to finish them off.

The head of the CIA will be visiting London in three days time and James Bond is assigned by his agency to track down the assassins and stop them before they can strike at this tempting target. James Bond does this in his and gets injured a tad in the end. This is an okay, but rather generic action story. There is nothing really 'James Bond'-ish about the actions of the hero in this particular story & even if you replace James Bond with another Action Hero, Say, Remington Steel, You will not find much difference, and the weak artwork by Joseph Gual does nothing to lift the storyline.

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The Norwegian author Sverre Arness has a penchant for writing such action packed stories. His other story, Operation – blucher was never meant to have starred James Bond. And as a matter of fact, the story was later turned into a Norwegian movie, without Bond. Imagine such a situation whereby you make a Phantom Movie even without the Character of Phantom. Goodness, Gracious me. The story on its own is pretty thin, but with the added complication of having to have a British agent as the main protagonist, it falls completely apart.

 The editor defends the decision to change the size of the book by saying that he actually has obliged to the requests of the readers. If it is true, then Hats off to the editor who gives the Due respect to his readers opinion. At a Time when the Tamil ComiRades also facing the same issue with reference to the Change announcement of Lion Comics, this page is relevant in many ways.

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The next issue in the Tamil James Bond Comics is Paalaivana Por - பாலைவன போர் – Dodande Sand – The Desert war”. By the way, have a look at the name of the person who has won the prize for the best review: it is our own Long Time ComiRade Mr S Suresh John of ulundhurpettai (உளுந்துர்பேட்டை  சுரேஷ் ஜான்).  Suresh, if you happen to Read this, Kindly mail to yours truly. And in the letters to the editor section, the first letter that got featured was that of R.Amudha of Vadugavirutchiyur (வடுகவிருட்சியூர் ஆர்.அமுதா) who has a penchant for writing to the comics publications in those days & fellow ComiRades may recollect his (Yes, His) letter about Lion Diwali Super Special 1987 in the next issue.

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The Back cover features the Art work of the “Greatest ever Tamil Artist” Mr Chellam.BackWell, that's all for the time being. As usual, post your comments in the comments section. For those who want to Pen their thoughts in Tamil, Kindly Use the Option Provided in the Widget in the sidebar. The next Old Review Post will be on the 6th issue of James Bond Comics.

Thanks & Regards,
King Viswa.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

27 Review N4: Lion Comics No 205 - Yemanin Ellayil எமனின் எல்லையில்

Dear ComiRades,

This Year is the Best Year for Tamil ComiRades as for as Number of Issues are concerned. To Topple that, we Have Yet Another Issue from M/s Prakash Publishers. Yes, Am talking about Lion Comics Issue No 205 - Yemanin Ellayil (எமனின் எல்லையில்), the third and the concluding installment of the Current Tex Willer Series, arrived on 19th Nov 2008 (Which Happens to Be One of My Favourite RJ Ophe's Birthday. So Yours Truly Take this opportunity to Wish Her - Happy Birthday Imsai Arasi). Here is the Cover scan of the latest issue of Lion Comics: Instead of Being a Vertical Cover, This time we Have a Horizontal Cover, something which has not been done since the cover of Nizhal Onru Nijam Onru.

As per the Season In Tamil Nadu, India whereby every one of the Cinema Heroes are Acquiring a Tag Name Themselves (Now our Beloved Hero J.K Ritheesh should be called as "Rising Star JKR"), Our comics editor has also given a Name to Tex Willer (Top Star Tex Willer), although he must be called so because, he is, infact, the Top Star in Tamil Comics. Kindly Have a Look at the first page where the synopsis of the previous part is given. That is Followed by Page No 88 from which the cover art is inspired off. Finally, we have the last page of the story.

02_EmaninEllaiyil_Wrapper-IIBrand: Lion Comics (Prakash Publishers,Tamil Nadu, India).

Yemanin Ellayil (எமனின் எல்லையில்).

Subject: Claudio Nizzi e Fabio Civitelli

Script Writer: Claudio Nizzi

Original Artwork:

 Fabio Civitelli

Cover Illustration:

Claudio Villa

Cover Design: Hard Cover, Laminated.

Serial Number: No. 205, Part 3 of Tex Willer's 3 Part Saga.

On Sale: 19th Nov 2008 Onwards

Total No. of Pages: 116 (Story 110 Pages), Black & White.

Price: Priceless for Comic Fans; For others, INR 10/-

Next Issue: Phil Corrigan (Agent X-9) in Maandavan Meendaan (மாண்டவன் மீண்டான்)

Scan Courtesy: Avadi Venkateshwaran

For those who came in Late, here is the complete Review to make sure that you catch up the previous happenings:

Part 1:Lion Comics Issue No 203 Maranathin Munnodi (மரணத்தின் முன்னோடி) Tex Issue No 475 - IL presagio: The vindictive Navajo witch doctor, Yanado, with a false omen, makes the rebel Orso Veloce (Swift Bear) believe that he will kill Aquila della Notte and annihilate the “blue coats”. The rebels thus begin to massacre the farmers and the army goes into action. Tex rushes to Fort Defiance to avert an Indian war but is arrested by Major Wellman, enemy of the Native Americans. An enormous flood of the Puerco River sweeps away the stagecoach that carries Tex to the Holbrook jail and the ranger saves himself by a miracle! Meanwhile, a military column moves towards the central village of the Navajo reservation.

Part 2: Lion Comics Issue No 204 Kaatril Karaindha Kazhagu (காற்றில் கரைந்த கழுகு) Tex Issue No 476 - L'uomo venuto dal fiume:  Carson and Kit Willer look for Tex, refusing to believe him to have died in the Puerco River flood. And, in fact, Tex is safe, at the ranch of the widow Sydor, whose husband had been killed a few days earlier by Orso Veloce’s rebels. Having eliminated Sciacallo Danzante, one of the leaders of the revolt who had shown up at the ranch to complete the slaughter, in a duel, Tex learns that it is the merchant, Overend, who arms the Navajos. And while Piccolo Falco and Carson go to Gallup to seize the trafficker, Tex returns to the reservation to punish the infamous witch doctor Yanado.

Part 3: Lion Comics Issue No 205 Yemanin Ellayil (எமனின் எல்லையில்) Tex Issue No 477 - Sfida selvaggia: The arms merchant, Overend, who has stirred up the rebellion of Orso Veloce (Swift Bear)’s Navajos, in order to sell his guns, corrupting the witch doctor, Yanado, tries to reach an agreement with Major Wellman of Fort Defiance who intends to sweep the Indians away from the reservation in order to be able to seize their gold deposits of the Navajo’s. But Carson and Kit Willer intervene, sending their plans up in smoke. Orso Veloce, after having massacred the village of Ala Rossa, guilty of having abandoned the revolt, challenges Aquila della Notte (இரவுக் கழுகு ) to a duel in order to regain prestige. Tex wins the duel and offers a chance for swift Bear & instead of taking that offer; he foolishly tries to attack The Ranger & dies in that process. The rest of the warriors who were involved in the massacre were taken to fort defiance as prisoners. Tex then visits the Vindictive Navajo with Doctor Yanado and burns down his place after narrowly missing from the Hypnotic spell of Yanado.

Finally Tex arrives at the village where the Widow of Sydor and her son are. She wants to say something and finally ends up without saying what she intended to say to Tex. Our Fellow Blogger Ayyampalayam Lakshmanan Venkateshwaran Guessed this even before reading the story. Hats off to Him.

Now that the story review is over, let us do a Poll on the issue as with the previous Muthu Comics Polling: Kindly do the voting in a democratic way & no Cheating's Please (கள்ள வோட்டு வேண்டாமே?).

The Previous Two Issues Maranathin Munnodi (மரணத்தின் முன்னோடி) and the 2nd Part Kaatril Karaindha Kazhagu (காற்றில் கரைந்த கழுகு) cover Art's had a Similarity with the Original Versions from Italy in terms of the cover art. Here are the Original covers of Tex Willer series No 475, 476 & 477.

And here are the covers of the Current series: Lion Comics Issue No 203, 204 & the supposed to be Cover of Issue No 205 which was later changed. The editor, in fact, set a precedence by publishing the next issue;s cover in the back wrapper of the current issue & he kept the same for the 2 issues & when yours truly expected him to follow suit, he just changed the pattern straightaway. However, the Art work By Lion Comics itself looks Good As well

Last, However not the Least, is the issue on the size of the next lion comics issue. In the editorial, Mr S.Vijayan has categorically said that he has 3 options as the increase in the rates of paper left him without any other option other than changing the present pattern:

Option 1: Keep the same Size and Format (100 to 114 Pages, Laminated Thick Cover) & increase the price of the Book to INR 12.00/- from the current Price of 10.00/- (A Price increase of 20% when you consider the fact that the paper cost has increased by 40%). The editor himself says that the increase in price will lead to a issue of Change when purchasing the books from the shop as the shop owner may not have adequate change.

Option 2: Keep the price a Constant thing (i.e Keep it As Rs 10.00/- itself, which is the present rate) and reduce the Number of Pages from 114 to somewhere along 82. Here also the Editor says that Most of the Tex willer stories are off 110 pages length and it will be tough to print them as a single issue.

Option 3: Keep the Price the same (i.e Rs 10.00/- per issue) and change the size to A4 or something like that in a Bigger size with 44 Pages and the cover will not remain thick and Laminated; Instead, the cover will be off Soft GSM Paper and Lamination also may not be there. Here, the editor also suggests that there could be another option to go for still smaller size.

The Editor requested for the inputs of our readers on the same. To help on this cause, yours truly has set up a Poll in which you can go and choose what size you want the next issue to be. Still, the better way of doing will be to Vote on the poll and then comment why you choose a particular option. the results will be sent to the Editor Himself so as to make his job much easier.

As a Pattern, Yours Truly will Be sharing the Happenings of Comics Houses in the cyberspace. Here are they:

(1) Rafiq Raja of Comicology has Re-Designed his Blog Kindly visit this and comment on the efforts made by him to make our reading better. And He also started to Cover Media Articles in his Blog, which is a welcome sign. May Be, he will post more as he has started doing so. Also to be noted is the fact that he is updating the older posts, which many of us are not noticing. Recently he has added a widget for that to make sure we watch what he is updating. The previous one that Rafiq updated was Thorgal post in which he added the coverage of Rani Comics.

(2) Our Beloved Friend From the Union Territory of Pondy, Mr Khaleel has also fallen in Love with the Comics Blogging concept and has started a Blog Called Mudhalai Pattalam (Based on the Evergreen Comic Hero Bruno Brasil). Kindly visit the blog & post your comments by clicking here: முதலை பட்டாளம்

Well, that's all for the time being. As usual, post your comments in the comments section. For those who want to Pen their thoughts in Tamil, Kindly Use the Option Provided in the Widget in the sidebar. The next Old Review Post will be on the 5th issue of James Bond Comics. I Have Planned last week that The Next Actual post will be on a News Paper article about the 60 Years of Comics in Tamil; However as Mr Venkateshwaran Has covered that already, am working on a different story now.

Thanks & Regards,

King Viswa.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

16 Review 07: James Bond Comics 04 - Marma Kottai (மர்ம கோட்டை)

Dear ComiRades,

This is the fourth Instalment in the James Bond Comics Series Started By Mr Rama Jayam. Regular Visitors to TCU May Recollect Posts on Issue No 1, Issue No 2 & Issue No 3 and the subsequent controversies regarding the Right to change the storyline & content so As to Make it more suitable to the children. Anyway, all said and done, Rani Comics have done it & let us not dwell on it so as to Be-Little the efforts made by them towards the Tamil Comics Ulagam. 

Moving On to this Post, Marma Kottai (மர்ம கோட்டை - Secret Castle) is the last issue to get printed in the A4 Size as the next issue was of the same size as that of Rani Comics & Present Day Lion Comics, thus depriving us the charm of Reading a Comics Book in Tamil in that size. ComiRades may remember that Even Mr Vijayan has once described about the dismal sales and the Number of returns they have to take the next month when they were printing XIII Series issues No 6, 7, 8. This may be the curse of Tamil comics that any magazine, from the late 80's till now, which gets printed in Bigger size doesn't has a Longer run.
Yours truly had the privilege of Meeting couple of Comics Publishers (Still continuing to publish, but not Comics) who echoed the same feelings. One Publisher very copulatively said that "The size of a Tamil Comics Book is Inversely proportional to the sale of the book". Which literally means, the bigger the book is, the lesser the sales will be & the smaller the Book is, the better the sales is. The same was noted by Mr Vijayan way back in 1984 when he shifted to Pocket size. As a Matter of Fact, many of the first set Comics Classics issues were not available now-a-days & the same period Comics of Lion/Muthu are available even with the publisher themselves. Amazing Huh? But this is true only. Remember the Tagline for the Hollywood movie Godzilla: Size does matter. It matters, infact.
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Enough of the size Talks, This particular issue's story was written by Jack Sutter (Who has a Penchant for Robotic/Unusual Villains) and was published originally in the semic press under the title "Operation - Little" in 1984 as the eighth installment of their series on James Bond Stories. Have a Look at the Tamil James Bond cover and the original cover for the same story: Operation little and the cover from which this Tamil James Bond cover was inspired. These editors - My Oh My- they do really have some kind of a Sense to catch the attention of the ComiRades. Have a Look at these covers and judge for yourself: Which Cover looks more attractive - The Tamil James Bond Comics Cover (Even though this itself is Inspired from) or the Semic issue cover?
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The story line is as follows: The worlds best assassin is a dwarf who goes by the name 'Little' (Very aptly Named by Sutter), he lives in an impregnable castle in Switzerland, where he drives around underground on a large toy train, and he kills any intruders by remotely controlled flying saucers, and various other fancy gadgets. But now someone is trying to kill him and Bond is sent in to discover who it is. Bond also is Captured By Mr Little who informs that the reason why many countries try to kill him is an Identity crisis & he gives some tips towards un-Locking this mystery.
Bond, As usual romances with the Russian Army officer (She was the tip - Come On Ya, this is a James Bond Story and we have to get some female character) and gets to a Video tape which shows that somebody looking like Mr Little Assassinating the Russian Top-Guy. Based on the video Tape only the Russian and other Governments (They also have a similar tape) try to eliminate Mr Little.  Bond Discusses this with Mr Little, who discovers that the Identical personality in the Video Tape is in fact an Ape.  Later on They discover the secret about one Mad Scientist Named Dr Kurth who is bent on to Rule the world with his Animal soldiers who were transformed with serum into an Intellectual level superior to that of Human Beings (So Typical of Jack Sutter). 
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Bond and Mr Little get into Dr Kurth's Place and destroy everything & in that process, Mr Little is changed into another Animal-Soldier and Bond, Taking a Tough Call, Kills Mr Little. He was to be visited by Felix (Remember him in old Rani Comics Stories as Another Secret agent who loses his Hand in Rani Issue No 9 - Mandhira Theevu மந்திர தீவு). ComiRades can have a look into the Editors Write Up on the censorship about the Panels by an ardent fan from Ambur. Look into the part where the editor announces about the English edition of the James bond Comics from this particular month (August 1988) onwards. moving on to the letters to editor page, you can see that many of the Readers were inspired by the cover art work & someone went to the level of saying that the Cost of the book is worth for the wonderful cover itself.
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Look at the Original Semic Panel and the corresponding panel in Page No 11 (2nd Page)
Semic08 Corresponding Panel
Finally, the Back wrapper of the book where the ever-present Night visit Vivek with the wonderful art work of the Immortal Great Artist of Tamil Comics Ulagam, Mr Chellam.

Title:Marma Kottai (மர்ம கோட்டை - Secret Castle)

Cover Design: Art By V.Chinnaiah

Cover: Soft Cover, Non-Laminated. 

Serial Number: No. 4. 

On Sale From: 1st August 1988 Onwards. 

Total No. of Pages: 16cmx24cm, 36 Pages (Story 24 Pages), Black & White in Tamil & Colour in English. 

Price: Priceless for Comic Fans; For others, INR 2/- for Tamil Version and INR 4/- for English Version.

Partner in Crime: Kovai Dr Sathish.

Story: Jack Sutter

Original Artwork: Sarompas.

and the next issue announcement.

As a Pattern, Yours Truly will Be sharing the Happenings of Comics Houses in the cyberspace. Here are they:

(1) The New Blog Comics Pookal - காமிக்ஸ் பூக்கள் by Ayyampalayam Venkateshwaran has been completely revamped with better designs. Worth a Visit & Kindly park in your thoughts over there.

(2) Our Own Comics Doctor Has Woken & Posted a New Blog Topic which was Long pending in a Blog which was very recently started. As usual, Doctor has done deep research on the topic & come out with flying colours. So Enthralled was the Readers, that they have Best-Owed the Title "Captain VijayaKanth of Comics" for his style of presenting the facts.

(3) Our Beloved Poet Mr Josh (Of the Share Hunter Series) has started a New Series on the western style where 3 Cowboys which is quite innovative & there is a Surprise Element in the characterisation of the Lead Roles in that story. Read it to find out. Click here to read that.

(4) Going by the popularity of the 2011's Comics Chief Minister Dr Sathish's Blog, There is another Blog (க.கொ.க.கூ = கடத்தல் கொலை கலகக் கூட்டமைப்பு) which is very similar to that in Title of the Blog & Post of the same. However, the similarity ends there itself as the Pretender has a long way to reach the heights of Comic Doctor. Anyway, it is so nice to know that the Blogging interest is now on with reference to Tamil Comics which was not the same case some 2 Months back when yours truly started TCU, Wherein Muthu Fan & Rafiq were the only entrants in Tamil Comics Cyberspace.

Coming Back to Yours Truly, the Non-Appearance of Myself over the last 2 Weeks in the Tamil Comics Blog's in any form (Be it Comments, Visits, Reply's, Posts etc) was for the fact that Our Beloved Pet Dog Browny was Admitted in Hospital for the last One week & Has passed away on 15th Nov 2008 (Saturday evening 4 PM). This particular post was ready by last week itself & could not be posted because of the Mental Agonies we, as a Close Knit Family, were going through. The best Part about Browny was that,within 22 months, it has become such a close part of our Family that even a Person Like My Father (Participated in 2 Wars for India in His career with Indian Army) broke down when he saw Browny on Saturday Morning.
Browny had so much affection towards My father, that it started crying and so was my Dad. In My lifetime, this is the first time am Seeing My Father Crying. Words really, REALLY cannot describe the impact left by Browny with our family. Kindly excuse me if i do not reply to your personal mails, or Comments on the Blogs for the next few weeks as i have to take care of both my "Patient" Parents after the loss of Browny.

Well, that's all for the time being. As usual, post your comments in the comments section. For those who want to Pen their thoughts in Tamil, Kindly Use the Option Provided in the Widget in the sidebar. The next New Comics Review post on this blog will be the review of Lion Comics Issue No 205 (எமனின் எல்லையில் - Tex Willer Adventure). However, the next Old Review Post will be on the 5th issue of James Bond Comics. The Next Actual post will be on a News Paper article about the 60 Years of Comics in Tamil.

Thanks & Regards,

King Viswa.

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