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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

9 113 - Vetaal Cup

 As I was hoping, 2010 has started well for Indrajal fans. Several blogs are active again.

Are these wishing to win "The Grand Prize"?  The English title of this Indrajal is same. ;)

May be, may be not. Like this title, an Indrajal Olympic has begun, it's sure. Keep up real spirit of the Olympics, I'd like to download every NEW scans. :)

 There were many more active than others always and will be. There was always space for everyone and will be.  I'm not going to blame mine or others boots if couldn't find time to participate or didn't had desire. ;)

The goal of this blog:
Not for medals - just sharing  as much  can.
None should beg again for NEW scans as I once.
Not an Indrajal more, Not an Indrajal less*.
Please, carry on love for Indrajal respecting everyone's effort - together as team or individual as many wish.

 This comic is the daily strips #78 "The Gurk Twins"  (08 Aug 60- 29 Oct 60).

Artist:  Wilson McCoy
Cover: Govind Brahmania

113-1970-Phantom- Vetaal Cup

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All credits go to Ajay Misra for this C2C New version.

Hoping you'll like this comic!

* "Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less" - Jeffrey Archer.


Amit Pachauri (अमित पचौरी) said...

Thanks a lot for this invaluable treasure, "The Grand Prize". Its always a joy to read the Indrajal in Hindi. बचपन की पुरानी यादें ताज़ा हो गयीं !

Rafiq Raja said...

Thanks for another HQ Prabhat & Ajay. Love the Vetal Cup design of Brahmania sahab. I don't think any English versions would have thought of making the wordings fit along with a styled Cup in the background.

On the IJC Oscars, well it's everyone choice to either join hands or carry on their own. I should admit, that I was disappointed initially, when I started the comic review blog. I expected it to be run as a collaborative effort, but then found that people wanted to have their own space. But, later I started agreeing the fact, that everyone is entitled for their fair share of fame, and if they decide to do it alone. We aren't going to stop them from doing so. May be the discussions would be scattered across places, and people including myself may not find time to spend on all those webpages, but the Show must Move on :)

Hope that IJC blog here, would always be alive and kicking no matter what happens on the outside world. Sharing is the key, and we love doing so :)

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Amit Pachauri: Welcome Amit! You was lucky, I read only digital copy.
There are several Hindi Indrajal are coming. One more going to post today.

Krishna said...

Ok here I go. Both great comics! Thanks Prabhat

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Krishna: Welcome! There is one good news, a friend is joining this & BC blog minimum as the contributor with his physical and digital collection.

@Rafiq Raja: I'm going outdoor for 4-5 hours, on return reply you.

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Rafiq Raja: This cover is really good.

About Oscar: My goal was never to get or will be. However I’ll appreciate every person who get or deserved to get, but didn’t. Only expectation, they will be fair - what they do and say.

Love for Indrajal (or comics) is not mushrooms which could disappear after the shower. :))

I’ve very good experience about team work – as student, as manager or as blogger. Always tried & trying to help/promote who were/are active. Sometimes people take politeness as weakness, and try to use. Feel sorry for such persons. None is fool in this world. Earlier I tried, today again saying – let merge all similar blogs at a new address and post, if really interested to serve only and can work as team.

Or, keep own identity & go alone. Result will be absolutely different and be happy what get – No need to blame directly or indirectly – success is yours & failure also.

Did you read "Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less" by Jeffrey Archer?

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Rafiq Raja: Sadly, the blogs will not merge. If merge, someone will specially put hurdles and....

Rafiq Raja said...

and I can sense wht would be the next words... :)

By the way, didn't read Archer's novel... but heard rave reviews about the title.

PBC said...

@Rafiq Raja: Then, you must read. This book is as good as Puzo's "Godfather" - Every man's handbook.

As I read this one, it became one of my golden principals.

Although all others are good, his 3 more books I like:
Kane and Abel
Shall We Tell the President?
First Among Equals

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