Hindi comic book covers

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The following is just a selection of the Hindi comic book covers posted by Aeron Alfrety on his Monster Brains blog. Sadly, we have no details regarding the historic nature of these often surreal images or the artists themselves.

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Please visit Monster Brains to enjoy more Hindi comic books images and much more besides!

Indian horror films on Horrorpedia: 1920: Evil Returns | Aatank | Aatma (2006) | Agyaat | Bandh Darwaza | Bees Saal Baad | Bhoot Returns | Bollywood Evil Dead | Cape Karma | Darling | Darwaza (1978) | Dracula 2012 | Ek Thi Daayan | Horror Story | Khooni Panja | Purana Mandir | Purani Haveli | Qatil Chudail | Veerana (1988)

 

 

 

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Categories: 1980s, 1990s, comic book, Indian, snakes, surrealist, vampire

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4 replies

  1. A lot of these comic books are not of horror genre. The covers sometimes were misleading (by choice) to lure in more readers. Several of theee comic books were only stories of suspense and even comedy. As a reader I often was disappointed with that the publisher sold on the cover.

  2. Hey man, I live in Mumbai. I can do a bit of finding out if you want details.

    • Hey Aditya,

      Any info about their relative popularity, the most popular titles and themes, story content and MORE images, would be great. Thanks for volunteering. Obviously feel free to suggest any Hindi horror movies too – there’s a few on the site already but room for many, many more! We love the 70s, 80s ones rather than recent movies ourselves.

      Thanks, Adrian

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