Kalia the Crow, Characters in Indian Comics Series – Informative & researched Kalia the Crow is a fictional comic book character featured in the popular 12 plays, 4 essay-books, 4 autobiographies and 2 travel stories. Kalia is a Tinkle toon, a crow and the main character of his titular series, Kalia the Crow They are both depicted now in Coco, a story line advertising the cereal. Read Kalia: The Crow – 1 book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on Good stories on kalia n the gang. Read more. Helpful.

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As I have mentioned in the post, Shambu,Suppandi,Kalai and other comic characters, as we knew from Childhood, are now owned by ACK Media, who acquired Tinkle and other licensees a couple of years back. Luis Fernandes, the current Editor of Tinkle magazine, and an integral member of the Tinkle creative team, originally proposed this idea, amidst mixed reactions from his fellow colleagues, because of the sheer reason that Indian customs often consider Crow aklia inauspicious.

Rane and currently, Juee Rane.

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Would be eager to read your Suppandi stuff, and will comment on it as I do so. Indian comics — Indian comics are comic books and graphic novels associated with the culture of India published in English and a number of Indian languages. Rane and currently, Juee Rane. Comics frequently takes the form of juxtaposed sequences kalis panels of images, often textual devices such as speech balloons, captions, and onomatopoeia indicate dialogue, narration, sound effects, or other information.


February 01, 9: Thanks for your return visit buddy. Chamataka the jackal and his accomplice and friend Doob Doob the crocodile are usually featured desperately trying to catch two rabbits, Keechu and Meechu.

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Rabbits live in groups, and the best known species, the European rabbit, lives in underground burrows, a group of burrows is called a warren. He has a she-jackal friend named Chamataki.

All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in whole or in part in any form or medium without the express written permission of Jupiter Infomedia Kaliaa. On the next Tinkle comic post at Comicology, we will look at the other famous characters which were missed out from these collector items from Tinkle, but certainly are no strangers in the popularity among comic fans.

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Shonar is a spotted deer that appears occasionally in the comics. You could contact them through their website http: July 09, 9: In Britain, the Amalgamated Press established a style of a sequence of images with text beneath them, including Illustrated Chips. Comics infobox without image Character pop Articles lacking sources from March All articles lacking sources All stub articles.

A nice review post on Tinkles,which also were a very popular series.


The Indian characters, relating to our everyday activities, is very appealing and original. The territory may be enough to hold some young adults. August 12, 9: Golden jackal Canis aureus. Babloo is a bear who is friend of Kalia.

Thanks for the post. Eventually it turned out to be an USP for the series, contributing to its stardom.

Jackals that the jackal would drive off. Tue would love to post more scans, but the copyright issues don’t help that matter. Great read, this took me way back. A fawn called Shonar, also appears in Kalia the Crow series.

On the other hand, Tinkle was an instant success with a circulation of kalis, copies in India, at its peek, by which the comic book Tinkle has managed to capture the imagination of children since s.

Loved Suppandi, one story I recall, storiess has dosa stuck in his teeth, don’t know what else was there.

Chamataka is a jackal that usually features as the chief villain in strips of the Kalia the Crow series. There biggest rival that time was another children magazine named Target, run by Living Media.