But it was very well accepted by the audience. His creator was the famous artist and painter Aabid Surti and later this series was continued by Jagjit Uppal. Later another ex-dacoit Lakhan and Bela were introduced as well. I would like to have access to the 34 shortstories which came out as the Timpa series!
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Ever since I started visiting all these comic blogs, I've been waiting for someone to post this particular comic! The comics were published in various languages including HindiEnglish and Bengali. I am printing IJC at 4.
Bahadur-The Red Bricks House ( Indrajal Comics No. 267 )
No offense, I was beginning to think that you were only going to provide links to other blogs in yours, which wasnt very appealing to me. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Though Bahadur dealt with many kinds of villains, he displayed a much softer corner towards kndrajal trying to rehabilitate them. I would like to think Bhadur was such an original and intelligent Indian comic, in tune with our culture and things that are most dear to us.
As far as if one delve deeply into the working style of both these writers Surti was more natural in depicting the scenes of typical village background and Bandit chracters which were the major ingredients of Bahadur's popularity whereas Uppal wrote mostly stories having a urban background. It had seen several times in comics script, that, when one writer took the charge from the original one, he drifted away from the real essence created by the original creator and develop own stories ,may be good or bad,but obviously real-touch comicz missing.
I know that it would be a herculean effort, but that way, we can preserve this treasure for our future generation. Hopefully when Bahadur comes out as a daily strip, someone will post those.
Prabhat's Books and Comics 16 March at Yes,Surti is planning to relaunch Bahadur as newspaper strip but not yet found proper sponsors. Kumar Vikrant rated it it was amazing Sep 28, U already see the same bahqdur Timpa ,Luke comics, now it's Bahadur Shikargarh,Arjangarh etc r his creations But, as u said, Surti's scripting were 'more' taunt, crispy than Uppal Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Also Uppal only carried the legacy of Bahadur created previously by Surti.
Bahadur-The Red Bricks House by Aabid Surti
Thank you so much for making these comics available. Open Preview See a Problem? Hope he may get soon. Archived from the original on 16 October Were the stories based on characters such as Mandrake, Flash Gordon etc original ones? Besides comkcs comics, the series was also featured in dailies and weeklies along with other comic heroes.
I'd no idea that Surti had 2 leave 4 his painting assignment! Archived from the original on March 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Posted by HojO at 5: Surti while rest 63 by Mr. Bahadur himself was the son of a dacoit Vairab Singh, who died in combat with Police. I think there will no problem with strips. Initially i'd no such intentions,was happy what i get One of his assistants Lakhan was also a reformed dacoit.
Archived from the original on July 9, While beginning with dacoits in deep ravines and the small town of Jaigarh, Bahadur later moved to tackling themes such as espionage. You are commenting using your WordPress.