Based on the character created by famous Bengali author Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay (Pather Panchali, Aranyak) Taranath Tantrik is a reluctant psychic investigator with a dark and dubious past. Though looking like a man in his mid fifties Taranath or TnT is almost a century old. Presently he leads a quiet life in his humble domicile somewhere in the urban hustle of Kolkata. His lonely existence is interrupted by the frequent visits of his young friends Shankar, an officer in the C.I.D and Vibhuti an aspiring horror novelist.
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This is my first brush with graphic novels and i liked it. Art work looks great and the story has an interesting premise straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster. Taranath Tantrik is a very interesting character and i hope the next issues put more light on him.
got the delivery on time..nicely packed...the first volume of TNT now in my hands and i just completed reading it...i must say ...we all know Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay one of the best authors of India..Getting his characters in a Reboot Launch as TNT with the same Origin Story and a Rebooted new story for Comic Lovers...This is a really wonderful graphic novel and a must read for all comic lovers globally....There're so many Strong Heroes in Indian Fiction...we all should experience these...
Well-written Supernatural Storyline, with good artwork
The Bengali author Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay is famous for many of his works and off late I am seeing quiet a lot of direct/indirect derivations of his work. The comic book series, Taranath Tantrik (TnT), is an adaptation which is written by Shamik Dasgupta. The artwork is done by Vishwanathan Manokaran and Bikash Satpathy.
In this first issue of the series, Shamik's writing does not beat around the bush... the action starts right from page one and is well-written. I have read several of...