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  2. The Indian graphic novel is here to stay
  3. Paris Review - Margaret Atwood, The Art of Fiction No.
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How much do you know about India's ever-growing and diverse graphic novel scene?


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Paul Gravett, an expert in the field for over 30 years, runs through a brief history of the form, mentioning some of its most illustrious examples. Comics in India used to be under-appreciated as cheap, undemanding, throwaway entertainment mainly for kids or the sub-literate.


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It is the modern Indian graphic novel which is radically repositioning the comics medium and bringing it into the 21st century. Significant general literary giants like Hachette, Harper Collins and Penguin have published them, as have smaller picture-book companies like Tara Books and the political press Navayana, as well as comics-only specialists like Blaft, Phantomville and Manta Ray. In that sense, India is now part of this movement.

There is a growing library of Indian graphic novels of the non-genre variety which emerged as a vibrant turn-of-the 21st century phenomenon is are building a strong community of creators and readers. Crucial to this development in any culture is to break free from the formulas of genre fiction, for example science fiction or heroic fantasy. If there is one specifically Indian genre which persists, it must be the endless retellings of the Ramayana and Mahabharata epics. They are modernising them with technically impressive computerised illustration, which imitates the Hollywood blockbuster look of slick Western comic-book output from Marvel and DC and appeals to their fan audience.

Of far greater interest are graphic novelists like Amruta Patil, Abishek Singh or Vikram Balaogpal, who are bringing to these timeless tales their more personal and refreshing takes. In graphic novels in India, as elsewhere, it is the real world which offers so much scope. One recurring theme from the start has been a socio-political concern and a desire to surface issues under-reported in conventional news media. Sen began working on his cartoon journalism in by making several trips to the Narmada Valley in western India to research the impact of building the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the local populace.

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Anand and drawn by Durgabal and Subhash Vyam, by revisiting the biography of Dr. Bhimarao Ambedkar , the great legislator and champion of affirmative action and an untouchable himself. Delhi Calm is part history lesson, part wake-up call to those too young to remember or have experienced it. Urban India is a common setting of these books. The way these progressive graphic novels are made in India relies less on the corporate conveyor-belt production system of editors, writers, pencillers, inkers, colourists and letterers.

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In , Harper's Bazaar Singapore launched its website. In November , the magazine officially started a collaboration with Fashion Group. In September , it began a copyright cooperation with Harper's Bazaar.

The Indian graphic novel is here to stay

After three years of copyright collaboration, the magazine changed its name to Harper's Bazaar in The targeted audiences of Harper's Bazaar China are successful women over 25 that have high income, good taste, love fashion, and pursue perfection. It collects money through an auction, to be used for charities that support causes for impoverished children, medical aids, disaster recovery and many others.

Sometimes they regard charity merely as our strategy to gain attention, but I want to say that, if behind the glamorous dresses, there is a true willingness to help others, we should also applaud for them. Harper's Bazaar Taiwan was launched in February, Its chief editor is Elaine Liao.

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Its chief editor is Xaven Mak. As well as showcasing local and regional fashion, beauty and lifestyle trends, the title has secured a number of world-exclusive covers and interviews with celebrities including Rihanna , Kendall Jenner , Kim Kardashian , Rita Ora , Sofia Boutella , Sophia Vergara , Nancy Ajram , Sarah Jessica Parker and Janet Jackson.

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