003 - The Challenge of Cannibals

Update 10.12.2009: The legendary Govind Brahmania (02.03.1938 ~ 09.12.2009) is no more with us.

It's an unrecoverable loss for all Indrajal fans.



His famous works: IJC logo, several Indrajal covers (starting from #1), illustration of Bahadur.


It's opinion of major part of IJC fans that the his COVERS made IJC so popular.

Photo courtesy:Alok

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Hello friends! Munna Bhai is back. :)


I was expecting to get more new scans in last 4 months as simple visitor. Seems, all are busy, only I'm free. Just kidding. :)))

Going to import here, all my IJC posts from books and comics blog (and will remove from their) - for your convenience. Mostly IJC posted by me were cover to cover. Number of IJC is added in every post as tag, it'll be helpful in search.

Before this post, this blog had
113 -English IJC,
4 - in English & Hindi both; and
4 in Hindi only.
There are approx 300+ IJC posted at BC blog . So almost half work will be done.

For me and many my friends, only first round is over. All blogs which provided at least one new IJC are very few, who are not aware about such blogs, can check my blogroll - and download available versions.

Till today, my plan is regularly posting better & new scans only.

Wish to know your opinion:

1. Is their need to add standard resolution link in future? HQ links of future posts are 40-60 MB.

2. Have a look at colour of followings. Which type of pages you'd like to get in future?



All of us read this Indrajal, time to enjoy cover to cover absolutely new version.

003-1964-Phantom- The Challenge of Cannibals- COMPLETE-HR

003-1964-Phantom- The Challenge of Cannibals- COMPLETE-SR

This comic is cleaned like first option.

There are several such issues are coming soon. Have nice reading!

This Indrajal is contributed by Ajay. All credits go to him.

29 comments:

Krishna on 9 December 2009 at 05:46 said...

Excellent post and site!

Colonel Worobu on 9 December 2009 at 05:48 said...

Dear Prabhat,

Thank you very much for starting to post the cover-to-cover HR IJCs. I love these scans. Are they scanned by yourself or from Ajay?

Colonel Worobu on 9 December 2009 at 05:51 said...

Oh, I just noticed the last sentence in your post that these were scanned by Ajay. Dont know how I missed it.

KK (Kishore) said...

Love them.. thanks for this. Keep up the good work.

giri said...

Excellent brand new comic.My opinion is HQ links are the best. The second type (Thugs in Denkali) resolution is good.

Quizzerix on 9 December 2009 at 20:36 said...

Great show. Excellent work. Keep it coming. All the best

Mr. Walker on 9 December 2009 at 21:42 said...

thanks for the comic..

Rafiq Raja on 9 December 2009 at 22:40 said...

Well, thanks for another HQ Version, MB & Ajay. HQ's are my alltime favorite, so please continue posting the same. But, nevertheless, also add the SR version, as there may not be many out there who can spare the bandwidth for a higher resolution. I was one among them until a couple of years ago, so can feel the pain of waiting for a long download.

Regarding the scan resolution, please maintain the 2nd version, as that keeps the scan in a healthy and extended color, rather than the 1st one which somewhat spoils pixel rates. The 3rd one is nothing better than the usual scan copy.

By the way, when you remove the IJC posts from B&C blog, don't delete them, as deleting the post also means that you will delete all the hardworked comments by our favorite friends. Their time needs to be respected, so please remove the link, and point it to the respective post on MunnaBhai blog. That would be the right thing to do.

Hoping for many more IJC HQs...

Rafiq Raja on 9 December 2009 at 22:42 said...

By the way, love the template, and also the idea of placing a label widget to list down all IJCs by their number on the sidebar.

It will certainly serve as a quick reference for all those aspiring comic freaks. :)

Vedha on 10 December 2009 at 23:16 said...

Dear comics lovers,

It is very sad to inform you people that One of India's greatest ever comics artist Mr Govind Brahmania is No More.

May His soul rest in peace.(Info courtesy: Usman Bhai)

Vedha
Govind Bramania (02-03-1938 - 09-12-2009) R.I.P

Quizzerix on 11 December 2009 at 12:23 said...

It is really very very sad to know that Mr. Govind 'Bahadur' Brahmania has left for his heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace. His legend will continue through his creations like Bahadur etc...We all should keep his memory alive.

A very sad IJC and Bahadur fan :(

Rafiq Raja on 12 December 2009 at 13:41 said...

Sad news for one and all, I am planning to honour Mr.Govind Brahmania by posting a Bahadur/Shuja post sometime soon.

My bits for the legacy established by Brahmania Sahab.

May his soul Rest in Peace.

Anonymous said...

An irreparable loss for all of us.
He was a real Hero.
My condolences to his family.

Rakesh

Jolly Jumper ஜாலி ஜம்ப்பர் on 12 December 2009 at 15:40 said...

very very sad news.

i was planning to post a topic on this as he is also the illustrator of King bhima series which were published in tamil in rani comics. many people do not know this.

now that Dr 7 has posted it here (http://akotheeka.blogspot.com/2009/12/blog-post.html), many people will also post.

may Brahmani's Family have the strength to overcome this loss.

Rafiq Raja on 13 December 2009 at 00:27 said...

Every comics bloggers who frequents IJC blogs, and have been an ardent fan of Indian comics artists work knows that Brahmania sahab is involved in Shuja aka Bhima stories.

Those who felt that this was new to others, only have to appreciate themselves.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:12 said...

@KK (Kishore): I’ll try as much as I can. Pls check regularly.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:12 said...

@Colonel Worobu: Not a single comic is scanned by me till today. :)
The contributors are quick in scanning, I’m in putting online.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:12 said...

@Krishna ji: Welcome! Testing some more advanced templates,, before replacing – I’ll ask opinion of all active friends.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:14 said...

@ Mr. Walker: Welcome dear!

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:14 said...

@Quizzerix: I was deeply saddened to hear about Govind Brahmania ji.

For people like us, the magic of Indrajal is not going to over. Keep visiting!

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:14 said...

@giri: Thanks for your opinion. 1st type cleaning is easier for me; however I’ll try to clean as you asked.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:16 said...

@ Vedha: We are not going to forget Brahmania ji. We, all fans, are with his family during this time of grief..

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:16 said...

@ Rafiq Raja: I’m eagerly waiting for your post about Brahmania ji . He left this world, but immortal in our heart. Your pen is powerful. Alok is also interested; he can help with material. You both together can provide unforgettable post.

Thanks for valuable suggestions.
I’ll try to clean as you recommend & SR links will be continued.

Going to import all IJC posts with all comments. So nothing will be lost. I’m posting for friends; their opinions are very valuable for me.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:19 said...

@Rakesh: Like a bird singing in the rain, let grateful memories survive in time of sorrow.

PBC on 13 December 2009 at 06:41 said...

@ Jolly Jumper ஜாலி ஜம்ப்பர்: My deepest sympathy to his family! What a Fantastic Artist he was!!

I’ll like to read that post. Can you put translator in your blog?

Except Indrjal comics, I read Shuja in childhood.

Mr. Walker on 13 December 2009 at 20:28 said...

oh..that's very bad..i'll alaways miss a person like G. Brahmania..who crated many cover pages of ijc..rip

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:14 said...

@ Jolly Jumper ஜாலி ஜம்ப்பர்: My deepest sympathy to his family! What a Fantastic Artist he was!!

I’ll like to read that post. Can you put translator in your blog?

Except Indrjal comics, I read Shuja in childhood.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:14 said...

Every comics bloggers who frequents IJC blogs, and have been an ardent fan of Indian comics artists work knows that Brahmania sahab is involved in Shuja aka Bhima stories.

Those who felt that this was new to others, only have to appreciate themselves.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:14 said...

Love them.. thanks for this. Keep up the good work.

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