261 (1976) TheTen Days

 Jalal-ud-din Mohammed Akbar (Nov. 23, 1542 - Oct. 17, 1605) was the third Mogul emperor of India. The administrative system that he built was copied by the British, and it is discernible in contemporary India.

Free from prejudices and tolerant to men of other beliefs he was able to weld the conflicting elements of his kingdom into a strong and prosperous whole.


This story is based on Jain sources. 


Script: Rajmal Jain
Illustration: Govind Brahamania


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251 (1976) The Killer Computer

Today is 100th Birthday of  the American writer, director and producer, best known as the creator of the popular comic strip Superheroes "The Phantom" and "Mandrake the Magician": Lee Falk (real name Leon Harrison Gross) (April 28, 1911 - March 13, 1999).


Happy Birthday Master...' 

 V V Ramanan  & IJC Online team

( This autograph was received by our team member "V V Ramanan" in 1995  from Lee Falk.)



Sharing Mandrake's  D-156: Super-Elec (21 Jan 1974 - 30 Mar 1974)

Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Fred Fredericks

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271 (1977) The Wonder Jewel

 At 100th birthday of Lee Falk (April 28, 1911 - March 13, 1999) enjoy one the Phantom Comics which is reprinted & coloured version of  D-129.
Script: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry

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282 (1977) The Savages Of Arboria

It's S136 - "Ming!" (12/14/75 to 2/29/76) .

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288 (1977) Brukka The Ruthless

It's D2-099 - "Nomads of Mongo" (9/8/75 to 11/29/75)

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283 (1977) The Crime Wave In Mawitaan

It's D-131: S.S. Blitz (The Crimewave)      
Original newspaper run: 2 Aug 1976 -  30 Oct 1976
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry

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289 (1977) The Monster From Mars

It's S-098: The Blue Giant (28 Dec 1975 - 11 Apr 1976)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry

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287 (1977) The Dare Devils

It's S-097: The Golden Beach (17 Aug 1975 - 21 Dec 1975)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry

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284 (1977) The White Ghost's Den

It's 3rd Bahadur comic.
Written by Abid Surti 
Illustrated by Late Govind Brahmania.

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285 (1977) The Slave Traders

It's IJC version of last Charlton (#74 - Jan1977)      Charlton's story title: The Phantom of 1776    
Writer & Artist: Don Newton

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277 (1977) The First Phantom

This Indrajal contains 2 comics.
1. The First Phantom: It's S-96- The First Phantom (18 May 1975 - 10 Aug 1975)
Artist: Sy Barry
Writer: Lee Falk
2. A Strange Barter: It's S-128 - The Plane Hijackers (9 Nov 1975 - 28 Dec 1975)
Artist: Fred Fredericks
Writer: Lee Falk 

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275 (1977) The Masked Assassin

It's S-095: Little Girl (5 Jan 1975 - 11 May 1975)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry

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274 (1977) The Haunted Beach

It's D-161: Super Shark (18 Aug 1975 - 15 Nov 1975)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Fred Fredericks

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266 (1976) The Strange Hunt

It's reprinted version of Charlton #70 (1976).
Writer: Bill Pearson
Artist: Don Newton

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264 (1976) A Deadman's Promise

It's reprinted version of the comic from Charlton #61 (1974).
Artist: Santi D'Amico

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270 (1977) The Blood Sucker

It's 2nd Bahadur story written by Abid Surti & illustrated by Late Govind Brahmania.

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260 (1976) The Killer Gang

 It's IJC version of D074 - The Swamp Rats (15 Jun 1959 - 3 Oct 1959)
Script: Lee Falk
Art: Wilson McCoy



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P.S "The Swamp Rats" is also published in Gold Key #5 (1963), however it was re-written by Bill Harris (based on original script by Lee Falk) and redrawn by Bill Lignante.
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38 (1967) Man In Space

Sharing a Miscellaneous Indrajal at 50th anniversary of the first human space flight & 30th anniversary of the space shuttle flights.


People have been dreaming of going into space for centuries.  Russia, formerly the Soviet Union, has long been at the forefront of the space frontier, beginning 50 years ago with the historic Oct. 4, 1957 launch of Sputnik - the world's first artificial satellite.

1st Human in Space: On April 12 1961, aboard the Vostok 3KA-3 (Vostok 1), Soviet spaceman & pilot Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (March 9, 1934 -  March 27, 1968) circled Earth at a speed of 27,400 kilometers per hour, and then parachuted to a landing 108 minutes later in a Russian field. At the highest point, Gagarin was about 327 kilometers above Earth.

On the eve of the 50th anniversary of human space flight, Russia sent a fresh crew to the International Space Station. The Soyuz FG rocket carrying the Soyuz TMA-21 (named Gagarin) spacecraft with a crew of three lifted off from Site 1 in Baikonur Cosmodrome on April 5, 2011, at 02:18:20 Moscow Summer Time. The vehicle departed from the same facility, which hosted the historic launch of Yuri Gagarin and the blastoff of the world's first artificial satellite. After a nine-minute powered flight, Soyuz TMA-21 entered orbit safely, the docking of the Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft with the MIM-2 Poisk module of the International Space Station took place on April 7, 2011, at 03:09:17 Moscow Time.

2nd Human in space: The accomplishment was a serious blow to American pride. Less than a month after Gagarin's flight - on May 5 1961, Freedom 7 (the first piloted Mercury spacecraft No. 7) carrying Alan B. Shepard, Jr. (Nov 18, 1923 - July 21, 1998), was launched from Cape Canaveral by Mercury Redstone (MR3) launch vehicle. It was the first American space flight involving human beings. He reached a speed of 8160 kilometers per hour and his flight lasted 14.8 minutes only. At the highest point, he was about 187 km kilometers above Earth.

Sergei Pavlovich Korolev (December 30, 1907 - January 14, 1966), sometimes spelled "Korolyov," is considered the father of the Soviet space program. Largely due to the efforts of Korolev, the former Soviet Union became the first nation to put a satellite into orbit around the Earth, send a person into space, and land an unpiloted spacecraft on the moon.

Dr. Wernher Magnus Maximilian Freiherr von Braun (March 23, 1912 - June 16, 1977) is considered as the father of USA space program. Without his efforts; US couldn’t be just inches back from Soviet Union & finally winning Human landing at the Moon.

As of April 5, 2010, a total of 517 humans from 38 countries have gone into space according to the FAI guideline, (523 people have qualified when including the Department of Defense classification). Of those totals, 3 people completed only a sub-orbital flight, 514 people reached Earth orbit, 24 traveled beyond low Earth orbit and 12 walked on the Moon. Space travelers have spent over 29,000 person-days (or a cumulative total of over 77 years) in space including over 100 person-days of spacewalks.

At present Russia, USA & China have capability sending into space & returning safe only. 5 more countries: India (2016), Iran (2017), European Union ESA (2020), Japan (2025) & Romania (to be announced) are planning to join this elite club.


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For more details, read:

Yuri Gagarin (wikipedia)

Gagarins-flight


Sergei Korolev (wikipedia)

Wernher Von Braun (wikipedia)

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Astronaut (wikipedia)

Soviet Space Program (wikipedia)

Spaceflight Records (wikipedia)

List of space exploration milestones 1957-1969 (wikipedia)

Satellite (wikipedia)

First satellites of countries (wikipedia)

Space_accidents_and_incidents (wikipedia)
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259 (1976) Apollo's Chariot

 This Indrajal is edited  version of
  • S130 - "Hideout in the 25th Century" (7/21/74 to 9/15/74) - Same storyline run in daily D2-095
and
  • S131 - "Rome" (9/22/74 to 11/10/74) - Same storyline run in daily D2-096.
Artist: Dan Barry

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258 (1976) Hoogan The Witchman

Enjoy Indrajal version of D#116- The Witchman (10 Jan 1972    8 Apr 1972) 
Artist: Sy Barry
Writter: Lee Falk

Summary: An epidemic is being spread in the jungle. The tribes are refusing medical aid. President Luaga turns to the Phantom for help, it soon becomes clear that the blockade has been ordered by the powerful but backward witchmen and their feared leader Hoogan.

Luaga orders Hoogan’s arrest, but the furious witchman replies with a threat to kill Luaga with voodoo. Laughing this off, Luaga gladly accepts the challenge, but as the tom-tom drums announce the Phantom’s death in a dramatic encounter on Witchman’s Peak and the President falls violently ill, the jungle braces itself for troubled times ahead...

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273 (1977) The Professional Killer

First time online the REAL scans of  English Indrajal #273. 

In fact, it's reprint of Charlton #73 (Oct 1976).
The original story title: The Torch   
Writter: Ben S. Parillo   
Artist: Don Newton

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255 (1976) The Shining City


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This Indrajal contains the Phantom comic "The Shining City" which was printed in Charlton #69    (Feb    1976).


Script: Joe Gill
Artist: Demetrio Sanchez
   
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253 (1976) The Nightmares

It's D-158: The Cobra and the Cube (5 Aug 1974 - 2 Nov 1974)
Script: Lee Falk
Artist: Fred Fredericks
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256 (1976) The Goggle-Eye Pirates

It's S056 - The Goggle-Eye Pirates (30 Oct 1960 - 26 Mar 1961)

Script: Lee Falk
Art: Wilson McCoy
Summary: A giant cruise ship is robbed and looted by a masked gang dressed in peculiar costumes. The thieves dump the implicating loot and then assume their “normal” identities as “robbed” passengers. No clues are discovered after this perfect crime.

Through the tom-tom traffic the Phantom learns of yet another pirate threat and decides to intervene. Employing daring tactics to put himself at risk, the Phantom soon learns that this resourceful gang is planning one last robbery before retiring. A “Mr. Walker” is a passenger by the time the ship sails...

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