432 - The Magician's Challenge Part 2





432 - 1982 - Mandrake - The Magician's Challenge Part 2

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It's contributed by Ajay Misra.

16 comments:

Simple person in a complex world on 8 July 2009 at 17:56 said...

Great quality. Thanks!!!

Venkitachalam Subramanian on 8 July 2009 at 19:49 said...

The earlier version on the net was the same as Part-I.

Thanks Ajay & Prabhat (Or is it Munnabhai?).

BTW, the last Bahadur Vol 25-41 will soon make its appearance. I am in the process of cleaning it up. Should be done by the weekend.

So it leaves just 4 IJCs left. Man, what a journey it has been in the last 6 months. Six months ago, there were less than 300 online. Now it is almost 800.

Like Prabhat once said, now people have more digital IJCs than the paper ones.

But one fall-out is that some people have started selling DVDs of these scans on the net!

PBC on 8 July 2009 at 20:39 said...

Simple person in a complex world: Welcome!

PBC on 8 July 2009 at 21:10 said...

Venkitachalam Subramanian: It’s really sad some are try to make money from scans. All contributors /bloggers had distributed free. Can you give me link of site where these are avialble for sale.

My appeal to all Indrajal fan who had downloaded these: Please share with every person interested, FREE to discourage such disgusting things.

: Pls download 431, it's better than I send you 4-5 days ago.

There are only 6 Indrajal not posted at net:
272 1977 Mahabharata Part 1
278 1977 Mahabharata Part 2
V21N07 1984 The Mantle of Mystery
V25N32 1988 The Maze of Deceit
V25N41 1988 The Dreaded Fugitive
V26N34 1989 The Veiled Secret

However only 2 are not under scanning
V25N32-1988-Mandrake-The Maze of Deceit
V26N34-1989-Dara-The Veiled Secret. ( This comics may be available with one friend, soon he’ll confirm).

AJAY on 8 July 2009 at 22:30 said...

Dfriends , in case , you come across any person selling these scans on dvds , kindly offer on that website / blog etc dvds scans on cost basis just to discourage these selfish persons .

We know lot of persons have these missing comics but they are not taking pains . Let them enjoy our labour .
V21N07 1984 The Mantle of Mystery
has been sent to Prabhat for posting .

Ajay

Old Man Mozz on 9 July 2009 at 02:40 said...

Hi guys,

Amazing work....it is been a real project to digitize all IJC. TCP came up in Jul-05 and now we are in Jul-09. That is 4 years of sheer pleasure that you and the team have given us...

Thanks TCP, Prabhat, Sameer, Ajay Misra, Anupam, Chandoba, Venkit and all the others who have actively or indirectly been responsible to keep it going...

Words are inadequate to measure the efforts put in.....but you definitely have me on your fan list forever....Salute !

Colonel Worobu on 9 July 2009 at 05:31 said...

Thank you Ajay & Prabhat for these beautiful scans!

I would like to join Mozz in thanking all our scanners & contributors!

:o)

Munna Bhai on 9 July 2009 at 05:52 said...

AJAY: Hoping many fans will help those who came in late.

Soon I’ll post V21N07 1984 The Mantle of Mystery.

Munna Bhai on 9 July 2009 at 05:53 said...

Old Man Mozz: Minor correction, TCP has started in April 2005. :)

Munna Bhai on 9 July 2009 at 05:56 said...

Colonel Worobu: Without collective efforts, it was not possible to complete this project in this period.

Rafiq Raja on 9 July 2009 at 11:33 said...

Munna Bhai, & Ajay Thanks for another missing piece on IJC Digital Collection. I should apreciate Ajay's dedication in providing two versions of all his scans, for both time of internet users. So good to even witness the wonderful artwork in a full blown screen layout.

Thanks much for continuing the momentum from TCP, and seeing it to its completion. More than anyone, I guess TCP would be the happiest person to see that the project he started has finally closing down to a happy end.

Looking forward for the next 6 in the line. After that we need a virtual party on net... to celeberate the occassion :)

ÇómícólógÝ

PBC on 10 July 2009 at 00:41 said...

Rafiq Raja: Many of visitors, may be don’t know Ajay is using slow speed internet connection. To make us happier, he sends all pages (approx size 1,5 to 2,5 MB) separately.

We’ll celebrate virtually, however not against to enjoy a real party after some times. :)

There is good news for Indrajal Fans: One fresh blogger ‘Mr. Walker’ is going to start posting fresh scans of Indrajal Comics. It’ll be great help to replace some low resolution comics & making all pages versions of many Indrajal. Hoping all visitors will encourage him for his good intentions.

Address of blog is http://walkerindrajal.blogspot.com/

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

Hi guys,

Amazing work....it is been a real project to digitize all IJC. TCP came up in Jul-05 and now we are in Jul-09. That is 4 years of sheer pleasure that you and the team have given us...

Thanks TCP, Prabhat, Sameer, Ajay Misra, Anupam, Chandoba, Venkit and all the others who have actively or indirectly been responsible to keep it going...

Words are inadequate to measure the efforts put in.....but you definitely have me on your fan list forever....Salute !

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

The earlier version on the net was the same as Part-I.

Thanks Ajay & Prabhat (Or is it Munnabhai?).

BTW, the last Bahadur Vol 25-41 will soon make its appearance. I am in the process of cleaning it up. Should be done by the weekend.

So it leaves just 4 IJCs left. Man, what a journey it has been in the last 6 months. Six months ago, there were less than 300 online. Now it is almost 800.

Like Prabhat once said, now people have more digital IJCs than the paper ones.

But one fall-out is that some people have started selling DVDs of these scans on the net!

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

Great quality. Thanks!!!

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

Munna Bhai, & Ajay Thanks for another missing piece on IJC Digital Collection. I should apreciate Ajay's dedication in providing two versions of all his scans, for both time of internet users. So good to even witness the wonderful artwork in a full blown screen layout.

Thanks much for continuing the momentum from TCP, and seeing it to its completion. More than anyone, I guess TCP would be the happiest person to see that the project he started has finally closing down to a happy end.

Looking forward for the next 6 in the line. After that we need a virtual party on net... to celeberate the occassion :)

ÇómícólógÝ

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