1 Hindi ( #232) & 3 English (#160, 168 & V21N31) Indrajal Comics



A version of these two English Phantom IJC are already posted in this blog. These are new & original  Indrajal scans  contributions by Anonymous.
160-1972-Phantom-The Skull Cave This one is new & better version.

168-1972-Phantom-Where is Diana (Full) This is a complete (all pages) version.


A rare IJC in Hindi.

In fact these all are rare, but this one is very special for me. I never read this one before. After a long search, few days ago found in Hindi only. Many many thanks to Anurag Dixit.













This Indrajal Comics is already available online. It's for those friends who missed this better version scanned by AJNAABI. In May 2008, I posted many Ajnaabi's scans. Few days ago he pointed me, I missed it.

All thanks & credits go all three contributors:
Anonymous, Anurag Dixit & Ajnaabi.

11 comments:

Colonel Worobu on 30 November 2008 at 02:52 said...

I am first! :o)

The second link to the "Where is Diana?" comic points to the "Skull Cave" book again, although the file is named as "160 - The Vanishing Thieves.cbr".

Thanks for all the comics!

PBC on 30 November 2008 at 03:04 said...

Colonel Worobu: Welcome friend! Sorry, links are fixed.

CHANDAN said...

Prabhat,Anonymous, Anurag Dixit & Ajnaabi...thanks to all of u......

Keep up the great effort....

Chandan

Colonel Worobu on 30 November 2008 at 20:52 said...

Thank you Prabhat! Thanks to Anurag, Ajnaabi & Anon for the scans.

Colonel Worobu on 30 November 2008 at 20:56 said...

Great stuff by the way. All ad pages and Henry/Ripley pages were intact. This is the kind of completeness I really love! Thanks to Anonymous for taking the pains to rescan the "Where is Diana" comic.

Deb said...

Thanks, Prabhat, Anurag, Ajnaabi & Anon.

You're right, Prabhat. These IJCs are indeed rare.

Ashish Pathak on 1 December 2008 at 09:46 said...

Thanks, Prabhat, Anurag, Ajnaabi & Anon.
Feels bad that couldn'tmake it in earliest comments,i was on a trip to Washington for a Meeting and couldnt get a chace to Browse my Favourites.

PBC on 4 December 2008 at 04:56 said...

CHANDAN: Welcome! Hope you are happy, 232 was your choice.

Colonel Worobu: I also really very impressed with ANON's efforts & enthusiasm. Due to selfless efforts of all contributors in last few months IJC is posted more than previous 2-3 years.

Deb: Once I had a lot of physical copies, today not a single one. But thanks to all known & unknown scanners, we are collecting it again. As I started counting contributions, Ajay is leader, but I’m very thankful to all friends who scanned &/or posted at least one IJC. This collective effort gave us opportunities to collect so many in very short periods.

Ashish Pathak: Don’t worry, I post for sharing with all fans not for comments. I know you are with me. I’m personally thankful to many bloggers, but not always able to leave a comment. Thanks for regular active presence.

Rafiq Raja on 25 August 2009 at 12:44 said...

Thanks for that wonderful Bruce Lee IJC, Prabhat. Any idea which publisher originally owned this character or comic series.... Let me see if I can find that on the comic itself

PBC on 26 August 2009 at 00:46 said...

@Rafiq Raja: I'd attended Karate classes for 4 years, our teacher (an engineer & had good knowledge of anatomy) was 3rd rank in Russia, explained very well differences and similarities between several different traditions & gave lessons to other elements from other arts which were not available in Karate. So any topic related to Martial arts is very interesting for me. In fact, I'm not satisfied with legendary Bruce Lee stories published by TIO, however can't resist to read.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:19 said...

CHANDAN: Welcome! Hope you are happy, 232 was your choice.

Colonel Worobu: I also really very impressed with ANON's efforts & enthusiasm. Due to selfless efforts of all contributors in last few months IJC is posted more than previous 2-3 years.

Deb: Once I had a lot of physical copies, today not a single one. But thanks to all known & unknown scanners, we are collecting it again. As I started counting contributions, Ajay is leader, but I’m very thankful to all friends who scanned &/or posted at least one IJC. This collective effort gave us opportunities to collect so many in very short periods.

Ashish Pathak: Don’t worry, I post for sharing with all fans not for comments. I know you are with me. I’m personally thankful to many bloggers, but not always able to leave a comment. Thanks for regular active presence.

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