5 Comics That Make Us Feel Nostalgic and Gen Z is Missing Out On!
If you were born in the 1980s or 1990s, you would definitely have the happiest childhood memories. Prior to the internet, there was a world full of comic books. One can also remember the excitement of subscribing to one's favorite comics and waiting for them to come in the mail every month. You might also grab a few comic books from your buddies and complete them in a couple of hours.
Now the e-comics can never beat the smell of the paperback, thin comics. Even though you might know the stories and riddles, but might not get the same feeling. Hence, we are here to take you on a journey to the nostalgic world and rediscover the spells that shaped our childhood.
Once caricaturist Pran came across an image of a smart old person who solves his bright intelligence problems. Therefore in 1971, Chacha Chaudhury was born. Sabu, a tall and powerful Jupiterian, provided Chaudhary with excellent company. To face any tough challenge, a fusion of knowledge and wisdom was formed. It is said, "The brain of Chacha Chaudhary functions quicker than a robot". Every episode ends with a bit of humor, even though they battle the robbers and the tricksters.
Pran was searching for a high school student to appear in his comic strips in 1973. As a result, he produced a boy with long hair that covered his eyes and called him Billu/Billoo. This lanky was so popular with readers that the publication's editor requested the cartoonist to extend the stories from one page to two. Billu is seen on the streets with his beloved pup, Moti. When he's at home, he's glued to the television. Billu and his gang, which includes Gabdu, Jozi, Mono, Bishamber, and others, are at odds with the wrestler Bajarangi and his aide Dhakkan.
There were two friendly people, one fat man (Motu) and a slim man (Patlu), based on Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, who showed themselves engaged in stupid plots and appeared stupid which was hilarious to read. Dr. Jhatka, Ghasitaram, and Chingum were with them, and there are a few secondary characters that are a little seldom seen are Chaiwala and Boxer, and the antagonist of the cartoon is John and his goons. These characters were created by Kripa Shankar Bhardwaj and were also written under the name Ajay Bhardwaj. This was later directed into an animated series that currently airs on Indian television. So doesn't matter if your kids couldn't read these, you can still show them on TV.
Pinki was founded in 1978 by cartoonist Pran Kumar Sharma. The comic is published in ten different languages. Pinki is often seen with her pet squirrel, Kut-Kut. Her neighbor Jhapatji, as well as her friends Bhiku and Champu, are also notable characters in this comic. Pinki has also starred in comic books by Chacha Chaudhary and Billoo. Whenever she wants to assist her neighbor Jhapatji, she still destroys everything, and the whole neighborhood is afraid of her heinous acts.
Aabid Surti produced Bahadur (The Brave One) as the first Indian comic book Super Hero in 1976. Bahadur managed to come on the scene at a time when the dacoit threat was at its height in north India. As a result, the majority of the previous stories have centered on this topic. Bahadur was the son of a vicious bandit named Bhairav Singh, who was killed in an altercation with a police officer named Vishal. Though he dealt severely with outlaws, Bahadur had a soft spot for those who wished to return to civilization and live happily as proud people of the country.