Saturday, July 21, 2018

Comic Review - The Sixth - The Legend of Karna

I have seen Vishnu Chevli's review of "Shiva - The legends of the Immortals" comic and from then I wanted to read comic so badly. The sixth -The legend of Karna is my first-time comic reading experience and it's been awesome. And I started asking myself why haven't I tried comics genre earlier.
Book Blurb
Amid glorious celebrations, the Divine Warrior finally sits down and tells his tale. The Sixth - Vimanika Comics' string of bestselling graphic novels revolving around Karna, the protagonist of Mahabharata are now offered in intricate casing! From humble beginnings of the son of Surya to the modern day Karan Vir's adventure, this amazing graphic novel told in six parts is sure to make every collector drool. Most of these issues are now out of print but for once and once only, our house is re-printing this epic for all those loving fans who want to own a pure piece of mythology. Issues 00 - 06, a grand story in themselves are now bound into a single Comic book ! And with a well-fabricated, nicely stitched cover that would definitely be a beautiful showcase on its own, readers don't have to think twice before getting this home. If all that weren't enough, a brand new poster of The Warrior himself comes absolutely FREE with the box! Here lies the story of Karna, the son of Surya, offered by the Gods themselves and enwrapped in breathtaking beauty. Take it now. You may not get this chance again. Jai Vimanika!
The sixth is the story about one of the characters from the great Epic Mahabharata, the abandoned brother of Pandavas, Danvir Karna. The story brought in a new way of connecting it to the present day affair. Karna was born in this century as Karanvir and slowly realizing who he was. I found the story of the sixth awesome. Do check yourself to know more.

The author has covered every hit formula of an entertainment read in the story. It has mystery, thriller, mother's concern, hero's past life, villains, friendship, generosity. The character of Karanvir, the protagonist, is portrayed wonderfully.  Not just Karanvir, but all major characters of the comic have been planned wonderfully to keep you in the chair and wanting to read more. The graphics of the comic is also great, it felt like I was watching a movie and reading at the same time.

I have loved this comic and I haven't found any flaw in it, and I am eager to read the next part of the comic.

  1. Cover : - 4/5
  2. Content : - 4/5
  3. Character : -4/5
  4. Concept : - 4/5
  5. Overall : - 4/5
Book can be found at Amazon
Review from other readers can be found at GoodReads



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