Introducing: Super Commando Dhruv!

Vaibhav Srivastav

During the day Vaibhav Srivastav sells Time to a city that doesn't have any. On full moon nights and mostly half past ten, he turns into a writer. He likes doubling his happiness and drowning his sorrows in a pond of comic books and novels. When neither writing or reading he dedicates his life to Fantastic Pop Cultural References and where to find them. He has recently inflicted his collection of short stories 'Borrowed From Tomorrow' upon an unsuspecting world.

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  • Himanshu Rai

    Great read, stumbled upon this on my Facebook feed. Haven’t read Raj comics for a couple of years now. Any tips on where I can get the latest and previous issues?

    • AKC 10

      Comicspassion.blogspot.in
      There is website similar to this one where u can download new releases.

      • Itish Nigam

        Say no to piracy..comic industry is already dying due to this..always buy comic from Rajcomics website. Keep the junoon alive. 🙂

    • Amit Shondik

      rajcomics.com

  • Siddharth Varshney

    This may sound a bit weird to some but I’m a north indian guy who isn’t comfortable with reading Hindi. Are there any titles one can read in Raj Comics that are published in English?

  • saisachin5

    Dhruv Is The Reason Thousands Of Boys Read Comics In India.

  • AnkitJ

    You don’t talk about Batman / Robin and Rogue’s Gallery influence 🙂 I am a die-hard Dhruv fanboy, but there are too many similarities to ignore.