Welcome back to TCU after a very short break. Over the last 3 months, the trend on the number of posts and the sequence has been similar. Not much posts in the first 20 days and a continuous uploading of them in the next 10 days. Even in this month, the trend is following and try as hard, TCU couldn’t break the repeating of the same trend. Hopefully from next month onwards the trend may get reversed. However, one good thing for the last 3/4 months is that the number of posts is being constant: A Minimum of 5 posts per month, though most of them are Comic Cuts and TCU Presents series. A Lot of reader request are arriving with post requests on golden oldies of Tamil comics being the top of the request list. TCU is trying the best to accommodate them in the near future.
Moving on to the current post, this Comic Cuts is also similar to that of the News Post 28 (Comic Cuts 28) for the simple reason that all the news items are in Tamil language. TCU will try to differentiate the news articles in language wise in the near future as well. Henceforth the news articles in English will be segregated and posted in a single post and the remaining Tamil news articles related to Comics will be featuring in Tamil Comic Cuts.
01 Puthiya Thalaimurai – Nool Pandiyan: The name Nool Pandiyan is very popular amongst book collectors. Ever since TCU regained the Comics interest, the hunt was on to get the missing issues of Tamil comics and at that time Nool Pandiyan was introduced by one of the ComiRades. Nool Pandiyan is more popular and got more access to many book series than Mylapore Alwar and his book shop. His TV Interview will also be featured in the forthcoming Comic Cuts with the video. Watch out for that.
Note: Nool Pandiyan can be reached at This mobile Number: +91 94444 29649.
Puthiya Thalaimurai - Tamil Weekly - Issue Dated 23062011 - Page No 44 – Article on Nool Pandiyan By Yuva Krishna – Titled ad Pandiyan Parisu
02 Dina Malar – Nool Pandiyan: The very next day, this particular piece was carried out in Dina Malar in the page next to the headliner. Dina Malar has been doing this kind of Un-credited article usage for many years. However, since it has given more mileage to out best friend, we left the stones as they were.
03 Anantha Vikatan – M.S.Subbulakshmi Graphic Novel: TCU has done a complete post on this book and that can be read over here (TCU Presents 04). It was nice to see leading magazines give their due respect to a honest work in the field of Comics. TCU expects much more coverage for the same in the near future.
|Anantha Vikatan Tamil Weekly - Issue Dated 29062011 - Vikatan Jannal Section – Page No 96 - Book Intro - Heritage Press M.S.Subbulakshmi Graphic Biography|
04 Dina Mani Kathir – M.S.Subbulakshmi Graphic Novel: Anantha Vikatan has given only a small introduction about the book. Dina Mani Kathir has given a wonderful review of the same with photos and scans. We expected such work from Dina Mani based on their literary likening. Hopefully their own Children's magazine (Siruvar Mani) may get revamped, just like Dinamalar Siruvar malar gotten for a shorter period.
|Dina Mani Kathir Weekly Supplement to Daily Dina Mani Dated 26062011 Page 01||Dina Mani Kathir Weekly Supplement to Daily Dina Mani Dated 26062011 Page 02|
Kungumam – Graphic Novel on Steve Jobs & Kumudham – Mamathi Chari reading Comics: Most of the Tamilians know that Mamathi chari is a popular RJ/TV Compere. She was also an ex colleague of Yours truly. During those days, the Comics fire was not re-ignited with Yours truly and hence may not looked after those interest. The next time we meet, you can bet on the topic of the 1st question. The Photo of SriDevi was un-edited in the scan for some old timers.
Kungumam Tamil Weekly Dated 27062011 Page No 02 News Way Comics Book on Steve Jobs
Kumudham Tamil Weekly Issue Dated 29062011 Page No 48 Mamathi Chari Reading Tamil Comics Cut
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