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India’s First Comic Con Draws 15,000, Homegrown Heroes Are a Hit

Editorial by Andrew Dodd, editorial director, Campfire DELHI: It has never happened before, but it’s sure to happen again. Last weekend, fifteen thousand comic book […]

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Is There a Global Market for Indian Comics and Children’s Books?

By Edward Nawotka The first annual Comic Con in India was held last weekend and, according to Andrew Dodd of Campfire Books, it was a […]

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Is Reading a Graphic Novel Adaptation of a Classic “Cheating?”

By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story looks at the publishing program of Campfire Books, an Indian graphic novel company that is exporting comic book versions […]

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Advantage India: Delhi’s Campfire Classics Hark Back to Golden Age of Comics

• Indian graphic novel publisher Campfire Books has begun exporting affordable Western classics to the US and other English-speaking nations around the world. • Among […]

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