6 English Indrajal Comics (Miscellanous) #: 202, 203, 206, 212, 219, 223

Note: It's an edited version of 100th post (& 50th IJC post) at Books & Comics which contains the Phantom all the Daily & Sunday strips as well as rare "The Phantom Annual 1966" also.
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Today is very special day:

 The 60th Republic Day of India, which is:
  • the largest democracy (with longest written constitution by any sovereign nation),
  • the second-most populous country,
  • second fastest growing economy,
  • the seventh-largest country by geographical area in the world.
  • and ............
(Read more details about India: HERE)
Republic Day Wishes
Our life is full of Colors …

I hope this 26th January will add more colors to your life

Happy Republic Day!

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My thanks to all active & passive visitors which love encourage me.
Indrajal comics based on the true stories (some brave fighters of India)
 


202-1974-Miscellaneous-The Tank Battle at Sukha Nallah

203-1974-Miscellaneous-Treasure from No Man's Land

 
206-1974-Miscellaneous-Operation JIG-3

212-1974-Miscellaneous-On The Sands Of Time


219-1974-Miscellaneous-Kunhali Marakkar

223-1975-Miscellaneous-Komagata Maru


These comics are scanned by Ajay Misra for you.

69 comments:

Krishna on 26 January 2009 at 05:39 said...

Fantastic post for republic day! Thanks Prabhat and thanks Ajay. I presume the link for the annual is not up yet?

Anonymous said...

Prabhat,

Congratulations! Thank you so much. Thanks to the scanners too.

Life is short. We may not be able to change the world, but at least we can try to make life a little bit more pleasant for others. All these rare ICs take me back to my childhood. I have a two-year old child. I want him to experience the same joy and wonder that I experienced when I read these comics twenty plus years ago. Particularly because the current generation comics (like movies) are full of special effects and little substance.

I am sure you will hit the 100 milestone and even the zero milestone pretty soon. You will not be forgotten. When my son reads these comics I will tell him that they are from Prabhat uncle. Thank you for carrying the torch forward and for helping to pass it to the next generation.

Best wishes and a happy Republic Day.

AJAY on 26 January 2009 at 09:48 said...

Prabhat congrats on 100th post .
Wish all of you a very happy Republic Day .
Phantom Annual was with me for last 5 years only had not scanned it .

Ajay

Indrajal Comics Treasures on 26 January 2009 at 11:03 said...

Prabhat,
now this is such a outstanding work! i always have some free time but it seems you have 48 hours a day for collecting, compiling and distributing this huge data!

Great! simply great!!

only thing i fear is, the speed with which u post, the data will get over fast! :-))

MaNdrAke dudE on 26 January 2009 at 14:32 said...

#Prabhat: Congrats on the 100th post .:-))
Thanks for these & Wish all of you a very happy Republic Day!!

The Comic Project on 26 January 2009 at 20:03 said...

Congratulations on number 100 buddy..keep the great work going.

Anonymous said...

I PREFER TO WRITE IN-------------------- BBBBOOOOOOLLLLDDDDDDDD LETTERS----------THAT I HAVE NEVER SEEN SUCH A POST BEFORE.
I CONGRATULATE YOU ON THE REPUBLIC DAY AND AT THE SAME TIME I PAY MY THANKS FOR MAKING MY DAY ON GETTING SUCH A GREAT POST--- IT IS FFAANTABULLLOUS.
I AM WAITING FOR THE REST OF THE DAILIES AND SUNDAYS SPECIALLY SUNDAYS-- 17,19,27 AND 107.
ALL THE BEST TO YOU AND ALL THE CONTRIBUTERS AND THANKS AGAIN FOR SUCH A MARVELLOUS POST.
RAKESH

Colonel Worobu on 27 January 2009 at 06:14 said...

Congrats for the 100th post Prabhat! A lot of stuff here to read and absorb. The annual issue looks particularly juicy and can hardly wait for that one.

I sent you an email with a spreadsheet containing missing pages from issue 150 to 200.

I saw that I had an issue numbered 199 as "death house of hydra" but it doesn't appear to be so, looking at the deep woods site.

bharat on 27 January 2009 at 11:29 said...

Hearty Congrats on your first Century.Thanks for the huge effort Prabhat.I will have to learn time management from you..
Regards
Bharat

Amith Nag on 27 January 2009 at 12:05 said...

Woooo... I dont even know how to start thanking you guys....:DDD

Purvesh on 27 January 2009 at 14:56 said...

Thnks Prabhat..Indeed this is the best post..lots of hardwork seen.You all guys rock..Keep it up.

And Congrats for century..may u have more such centuries..

Anonymous said...

The Phantom Daily and Sunday strips are availabe (for a fee) at DailyInk web site with a 900 pixels width (instead of 650 pixels).

The Iron Python story exists there at this size (the first sunday stip size is 900x605 and glorious colors).

Happy 60 anniversary.

Amith Nag on 27 January 2009 at 15:55 said...

Prabhat, before you upload the next batch, please verify the links for the following comics:
Fishers of Pearls
Bent Beak Broder
The Governor's Family
The Heavyweight Champion
The Rogue Elephant
The Frame Up (The President's Son)
The Gladiator

comicrazee on 27 January 2009 at 20:33 said...

Prabhat you are simply INCREDIBLE! Thanks to your buddies too who help you in your great job! This 'CENTURY' is really awesome!

Gowtham said...

Great work.I could not find words to praise you.This is the best post I have ever seen.
-Gowtham.

Anonymous said...

Oh my god, I cant believe it. This is such an incredible post.I simply do not have words to praise you.Thank you very much.
Satish

Ashish Pathak on 28 January 2009 at 02:17 said...

Congrats Prabhat for century and Many thanks to the Contributors team.
This post is as wonderful as you promised and i'll also keep my promise... :)
Taking leaves in Feb first half to read all the stuff and also i'll have some time to improve my Blog.

Colonel Worobu on 28 January 2009 at 02:35 said...

Now I know the mystery behind the #199 IJC scan that I have. It is 199 in the TCP numbering scheme and not the real IJC#199. Sorry for the confusion.

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:04 said...

AJAY: Welcome! Thanks for your contributions. You had scanned & contributed my comics. But what you had done for Indrajal fans, it’s simply amazing.

With regards,
Prabhat

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:04 said...

Anonymous: Welcome! Thanks for your contributions.
I’m hundred 100% agree with you. When we share sorrow it decreases, and joy increases. Nothing we bring with us, nothing will take. What we’ll pass generation to generation will remain here.

With regards,
Prabhat

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:04 said...

Krishna ji : Welcome! Thanks for your contributions. You not only helped me (us), in but first person who wished. I’ll soon upload link & inform you by e-mail.

With regards,
Prabhat

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:08 said...

The Skull Cave Treasures: Welcome! Thanks friend. :)))

Indrajal comics are love of millions Indians. Although these are based on strips, I started reading strips just 1 & half years ago.

Once I was very happy downloading these from others blog. I had some comics sent to others &forwarded to me by Ajay, I never write anywhere I read it. Always encouraged others to go these blogs & download. Once Ajay asked to forward his comics me for reading, none come forward. Some months later, due to various reasons when many stopped posting or started slow posting. As a visitor & hardcore fan of IJC, what difficulties I face, trying to eliminate. :)

In one hand these data (IJC) will be over soon, but if I was not posting such ways, neither speed of scanning new scans was increased nor new wave of posting was started. There are many who have nice collection, but only few have time to scan & share their scan.

Brother, friends are scanning for all, for themselves they have it. They wish it should shared with friends quickly, I also feel same because it’s not my property. And if there were mine, I had done the same. :)

There is another side of coin. If I’d go slowly, may be these would never be available as many friends (who are scanning) would lose interest, may be I also. One we all have to go, everything have it cycle. I’m clear plans what to post, may be some more will add in journey. Let see how long time & energy will permit me to continue. :)

I created this blog not for IJC. The name of this blog is Books & Comics. I love books, if other would active I’ll concentrate on these. There is long way to go, may be visitors will changed, but 1-2 years (min) I’ll continue.
If you are interested can tell you my plans:

1. IJC (English & Hindi)
2. All ACK –wish to make in this sense unique that blog
3. Superman Hindi
4. All Goversons Hindi –wish to make in this sense unique blog
5. Zorro
6. non IJC Phantom (other publications & strips) –wish to make in this sense unique blog
7. Mandrake (Non IJC but Indian only)
8. Some demanded comics by visitors (which will match with profile of this blog)
9. Books (Ancient to modern) – I’m almost ready, just a little diverted for sometimes due to some personal problems.

Wish to read Mandrake non Indian comics & strips only. Bala ji had already done great job, my full faith & support to him. Even if he would like to post regularly, I could forward all Indian Mandrake comics with permission of contributors. Hoping soon I’ll collect my Diamond Comics, then with my scans too.

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:10 said...

Rakesh: Welcome! Very correctly you said, the team had made possible to reach this post number. Some strips are missing, if I would not able to locate some of these. Hoping some selfless contributors will come forward. Inspiration is very dangerous disease. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:10 said...

TCP: You are welcome! Thanks. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:10 said...

SagNik: You are welcome! Thanks. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:14 said...

Colonel Worobu: Welcome! Very soon you’ll have this link.
Thanks for email, I checked & replied you. Soon you will have some of these.
Pls continue further verification, we’ll try our best to eliminate all problems, especially major. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:23 said...

Bharat: Welcome! I’ve such good friend, I’m thankful to God. Your collection is amazing. You not only helped me with scans many times, but gave the good idea to post strips. One day I’ll come to you or send some friend from your city (who comes here regularly) with 1000 GB hard disk, wait. I wish to run this blog for some years. :)

With regards,
Prabhat

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:30 said...

Amith Nag; Welcome! Glad to know you also find this post useful.:)

I’ll check all links asked by you. Some are good, but …….

I’ll inform you through this blog, after reloading.

If you find any more file pls inform about those too.

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:33 said...

Purvesh: Welcome! Thanks friend. :)

Let see what future prepared for me. I’m interested to continue.

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 05:57 said...

Anonymous; Welcome!

HAPPY 60TH REBULIC DAY.:)

Where you were my friend for such a long time, when I was searching. But it’s not late. You are a right person who can help us.

I visited site, but not found it’s free. If you found these pls contribute followings:


Some are missing, some with low resolution (available files size could be easily checked in Sunday & Daily strips folder).

Daily strips: D207 to 224
Sunday strips: 5, 17,19, 22, 26, 27, 40, 47, 53, 54, 61, 64, 79,80, 86, 87, 88, 107, and 153 to 168.

A VERY BIG THANKS FROM ALL OF US GURANTEED. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 06:03 said...

comicrazee: Welcome Elder Brother! In this century your efforts are also included. You not only created a marvelous header for this blog, but in time of confusion always guided me. Thank you very much.

With all my regards,

Prabhat

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 06:07 said...

Gowtham: Welcome! Really very happy to find you liked. Gems are forever. All credits to creators & contributors. I’m a librarian of this e-library only. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 06:11 said...

Satish: Welcome! It’s for you and people like you. Enjoy & share with others. :)

PBC on 28 January 2009 at 06:26 said...

Ashish Pathak: Welcome! Glad to know you liked it.
You are doing a very nice & steady work. Your posts are awesome. You blog at present is low profiled. But don’t give up, soon it’ll be recognized as it deserve. Some comics I never liked to read, but when I found at your blog, started downloading & reading. I’ve every comics posted by you. :)

Anonymous said...

I COULDN'T STOP MYSELF TO THANK YOU AGAIN. I AM SO DELIGHTED TO HAVE SUCH A POST. IT IS REALLY A TREAT.
ALL THE BEST.
RAKESH

anurag said...

Dear prabhat,
Belated congratulations on the 100th post which is just outstanding. It's great to be a part of your team.
Anurag.

TheBlabberingBard on 30 January 2009 at 14:00 said...

Amazing 100th Post...I cannot even attempt to understand the efforts that you are taking for each of your posts...You and this blog simply rock!!

Phuktya on 30 January 2009 at 17:41 said...

I am stuck, can't write, how did I miss to read your post? Kind find words to praise you and all other behind our wonderful comic world. simply amazing.!! Thats a lot of info in one dose.

PBC on 31 January 2009 at 02:08 said...

RAKESH: Welcome, friend! I remember your demand about page to page post....... Now mostly contributors are trying to scan all pages. These scans are not coming serial wise, main reason is that many IJC are posted, mostly are missing ad. pages only. All contributors are interested to scan first - missing, half posted & damaged IJC. Hope you will understand.

PBC on 31 January 2009 at 02:22 said...

Anurag: Welcome friend! Your support for this blog & me, I’ll never forget. You come forward with scans in very early stage. We (I, all visitors & rest contributors) are lucky that you are with us, who is making this blog unique with your priceless contributions.

With regards,

Prabhat

PBC on 31 January 2009 at 02:33 said...

TheBlabberingBard: Welcome! I was missing you.
The secret of this result is TEAM work only. I posting, but the heroes are known & unknown contributors.

PBC on 31 January 2009 at 02:40 said...

Phuktya: Thanks! Glad to find out I’m going in right direction.

Comic World on 31 January 2009 at 13:54 said...

Prabhat,sorry for belated comments.Its really a fabulous post,seems you are the luckiest guy on earth as you are having such amount of time to devote for the blog and a wife to tolerate/allow such a time consuming activities.
Uploading all possible strips is not a easy task as one have also to sustain his interest in this monotonous work.
A great post indeed which will be considered as reference for downloading the strips.Wish you could also be able to do a similar work for Mandrake also.

PBC on 1 February 2009 at 08:43 said...

CW: Welcome! Glad to know you liked the post. :)

I really lucky to have such good wife …… It’s not my work alone. I’m lucky always have many friends, always succeed to collect a good team.

May be free time I have less than many. Just 1 year ago I had 2 drivers. Now per day (2-3 days in a week) drive 400-500 km or come late.

Yes I’ve interest to continue this thankless job. It’s not tough to reorganize time. So I sleep just 1 hour less & try to minimize wasting time.

About Mandrake, let we all together help Bala ji. He has done already half work. I wrote all my contributor friends to send him Mandrake scans. Some I’ll forward myself. Good news for us, he is back in mood.

Anonymous said...

bro the blog was indeed good and after reading the comics i just feel like goin back to my childhhod days..serioulsy i feel like to be a little child reading your blogs all the time.. thanks for the initiative that you have taken and bringing back the memoirs to the new generation who would have might missed it.. hats off to yo bro..
Rahul raj singh

Amith Nag on 2 February 2009 at 18:14 said...

Hi Prabhat, can you please check-up the following comics - I am seeing that the download speed "dies" out after sometime

~~~~~~~~Dailies~~~~~~~~~
Fishers of Pearls
Bent Beak Broder
The Governor's Family
The Rogue Elephant
Ruler of Baronkhan
The Man-Thing
Great Raptor of Rhua
Prince Bongong
The Dakk Pirates
Jungle Mystery

~~~~~~~~Sundays~~~~~~~~~
Castle in the Clouds
Hamid the Terrible
The Trophy Bearer
Jungle Mystery

PBC on 7 February 2009 at 12:56 said...

Amith Nag: Soon I'll solve this problem & inform you. Pls wait.

PBC on 7 February 2009 at 12:56 said...

Rahul Raj Singh: Welcome my youngest brother! Once we lost our physical treasure. Don’t worry, this time not only we’ll have, but all comics’ fans will have these. You concentrate on your studies, just last one & half years remained. In my next visit I’ll bring you these on DVDs. Hope you are enjoying engineering student’s life along with studies. If not, enjoy this phase!

Your brother & friend.

Alain said...

I have to confess I remain just k.o. when considering the rhythm and contents of the posts so regulary put into your blog. But this one is even something different as seven decades of Phantom dailies and Sunday pages are available here… a real achievement and I underline it is so very kind of you to share with others all this material. No doubt this page is now a reference for the collectors. You may be pride of your work for them.

PBC on 20 February 2009 at 20:38 said...

Alain: Welcome! As I always say, a team gives a better result. This way wished to find these strips online, these were not available. So decide to post. Many selfless known & unknown contributors worked hard, and are working hard to gift us these gems. All credits to them only. I just recollected these with help of friends to make search easy. I’m not proud, but really being happy when someone find it useful. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi all,

fantastic post.

However, beware of the size of the latest stories (both Dailies [width = 525 pixels] and Sundays [width = 650 pixels]): it is ridiculously small (sorry).

BUT: they are available (for a fee, $15 a year last time I checked) as a width of 900 pixels [pretty good].

PBC on 9 March 2009 at 16:36 said...

Anonymous: Welcome!If you have password, pls download & share with all.

ilovecomix on 31 March 2009 at 23:39 said...

I love this post. will add all of the trips that I do not have to the online newspaper comix archive. -Steve/ilovecomix

PBC on 1 April 2009 at 13:31 said...

ilovecomix: Welcome! You can add, we'll be happy. If you would post links, pls add original links, the uploader could check numbers of downloads. It’ll encourage them in future projects.

Keep visiting. :)

Ryan on 13 May 2009 at 09:01 said...

Thank you, and may god bless you and everyone else who helped put this together... fantastic collection!

/Ryan

PBC on 13 May 2009 at 09:30 said...

Ryan: Welcome! The collective help by known and unknown friends made it possible. All credits to them, I am just a face.

DR PC on 20 May 2009 at 20:25 said...

Awesome site and wonderful effort. Thanks, guys. The link for THE PHANTOM ANNUAL 1967 is dead. Can we please have it back?

PBC on 10 June 2009 at 21:52 said...

DR PC: THE PHANTOM ANNUAL 1967 is now alive.:)

Manoj Kumar on 13 June 2009 at 14:42 said...

Thanks a lot.

I am introducing my 13 years old son to these treasures, which I enjoyed as a child from Indrajal Comics, The Illustrated Weekly, Desh (Bengali), The Assam Tribune.

Rafiq Raja on 25 August 2009 at 12:41 said...

Excuse me for such a late response, the reason I discovered your blog only after March this year. Congrats on the first milestone you achieve with your 100 post, Prabhat.

Awesome collection of Phantom strips, going to take my sweet time to download them all. Thanks much brother. Keep going strong, and may the force be with you.

PBC on 26 August 2009 at 00:18 said...

@Manoj Kumar: Welcome! My son will soon 9. I understand you. I had targeted to some favorites only, which were loved by majority in our childhood. Keep visiting.

PBC on 26 August 2009 at 00:21 said...

@Rafiq Raja: It's said in Hindi: Der aaye durust aaye. No matter you came late, but you are one of the most active visitors, hoping we'll be friends not at net, but in real life too.

Rafiq Raja on 26 August 2009 at 16:17 said...

You can count on that, Prabhat Bhai :)

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

@Manoj Kumar: Welcome! My son will soon 9. I understand you. I had targeted to some favorites only, which were loved by majority in our childhood. Keep visiting.

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

DR PC: THE PHANTOM ANNUAL 1967 is now alive.:)

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

Thanks a lot.

I am introducing my 13 years old son to these treasures, which I enjoyed as a child from Indrajal Comics, The Illustrated Weekly, Desh (Bengali), The Assam Tribune.

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

I love this post. will add all of the trips that I do not have to the online newspaper comix archive. -Steve/ilovecomix

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

Thank you, and may god bless you and everyone else who helped put this together... fantastic collection!

/Ryan

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

Prabhat,
now this is such a outstanding work! i always have some free time but it seems you have 48 hours a day for collecting, compiling and distributing this huge data!

Great! simply great!!

only thing i fear is, the speed with which u post, the data will get over fast! :-))

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