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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

9 089 - The Gray Gang

 This comic was first appeared as D040 - The Gray Gang (4 Dec 1950- 24 Mar 1951)

Artist: Wilson McCoy

089-1969-Phantom- The Gray Gang-C2C New Scans

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One more contribution by Ajay Mishra. Hoping you'll like this comics.

Wilson McCoy (1902 - 1961, USA)

Wilson McCoy studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, The American Academy, and the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, where he later served on the faculty. Working as a commercial artist, he made paintings for Liberty Magazine covers, calendars, prints, pin-ups and advertisements for major companies. When his friend Ray Moore served in the military during WWII, McCoy took over the responsibilities of illustrating the syndicated newspaper strip, 'The Phantom'. His wife, Dorothy, did the lettering. McCoy continued drawing the strip until his death in 1961, after which it was continued by Bill Lignante for a short while, and then Sy Barry. Wilson McCoy's popular work on 'The Phantom' has been featured in comics and continues to be reprinted today.

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

4 013 - The Phantom And Samaris

Today enjoy another  Indrajal Comics - cover to cover new scans.

 The Artist of this story is Bill Lignante.  It was first appered as Sunday Strips #059 (5 Nov 1961- 13 May 1962): Queen Samaris XII.

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Bill Lignante (b. 20/3/1925, USA)

Bill Lignante is a longtime artist of 'Phantom' comic books. After a three-year-stint in the US Navy, he enrolled at the Pratt Institute in New York. Upon graduation, he began his career as a cartoonist, starting with 'Ozark Ike' and later 'Let's Explore Your Mind'. Lignante's first involvement with Lee Falk's 'The Phantom' was finishing a daily strip after Wilson McCoy's death in 1961. He then did the Sunday comic for a while, before becoming the main artist of the Gold Key and King comic books featuring the character. Lignante had also worked on animated cartoons for Hanna-Barbera. In 1968, he settled in California and began a career as a courtroom artist for ABC Network News.

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It's scanned by Ajay Misra.

Hoping you'd be happier to add one more C2C Indrajal in your collection.

Monday, December 28, 2009

2 299 - Vetal Ki Svapanpuri

 One promised Hindi Indrajal Comics - (C2C version)

299 -1978 - Vetal Ki Svapanpuri 

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It's scanned by  Ajay Misra.

Hoping you'll like this comics!

Tried to keep colours alive,  and clean all portion- not only balloons. What you think about such type of pages?

Friday, December 25, 2009

13 011 - The Phantom's Treasure

Today observed:
 1. The Mail Readers has increase  from 14 to 49 since last post.
2. The blog has crossed  10000 visits mark.
3.  32950+ pages were viewed.

 Thanks friends! such feedback encourages us.
   Today we brought for you another new and C2C version - Indrajal Comics # 011 (1964) The Phantom's Treasure.

Hoping you'll like this comics.

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It's contributed by Ajay Misra.

Good news for Hindi readers: Some Indrajal Comics, which are not avilable in Hindi online, are coming very soon.

Cleaning a comic takes lot of time. I'll try to post more Indrajal Comics in next 2 weeks. keep visiting!

Friday, December 18, 2009

10 010 - The Phantom's Ring

This version contains more pages than earlier available. However, still some advertisement and supplementary pages are missing. Hoping, you'll like it.

010 - 1964 - Phantom - The Phantom's Ring (More pages)

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It's scanned by Ajay Mishra.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

6 007 - The Man Eating Plant

Absolutely new scans - all pages version.


It's scanned by Ajay Mishra.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

26 003 - 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


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.

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