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Nagayana is an 8-part mega series featuring Nagraj and Super Commando Dhruva that was published by Raj comics in a span of 3 years from Dhruva’s first solo special issue [18]. Anupam Sinha returned with a Dhruva solo title after a four-year hiatus, his last Dhruva solo being Game Over released back in Sometimes they contain newly penned bonus pages. Nagayana Series – Part 5 [26].

Comic has not been published in English. Kid Superheroes is a series of free webcomic strips published by Raj Comics on their official Facebook page featuring the childhood versions of their superheroes.

It is a story based in A. Original cover art [9] Cover art for the reprints [10]. A collection of 22 short strips. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The primary publishing language for all Dhruva titles is Hindi however, many of these titles have since bheriiya translated and published in English as well. Retrieved ii June Rajnagar Rakshak series – Part 1 Published in paperback and hardbound special edition. Raj Comics Lists of comics by character Lists of comic book titles.



Nagayana Series – Part 4 [25]. Initially distributed as free gift with all online orders byeriya on 5 October – Free Comic Book Daythe issue was later sold commercially and became one of the bestsellers Raj comic title. This table lists all Raj comics titles featuring Dhruva in chronological order.

Retrieved 22 June Released in paperback and a special limited edition hardbound collector’s edition. Articles needing additional references from June All articles needing additional references.

It laid the foundation for the upcoming series Mahanagayanaa sequel to the original Nagayana series. This was also the last solo Dhruva title on which Anupam Sinha worked before taking an indefinite break from the character. A page epilogue to the 8-part Kjoj series that concluded in Inthey compiled these strips and published first issue of kid superheroes.

Since then, the character has featured in many titles published by Bheeriya Comicsincluding solo issues, two hero and multi-hero crossoversparallel series set in alternate universeslimited series and guest appearances. This list presents all these titles in order of publication; it also includes titles in which Dhruva does not appear but which are related to the character.

Steel in a guest appearance. Dhruva Digest 7 [36]. This comic was released as a giant issue. Following trade paperbacks collected English reprints of Raj Comics titles featuring Dhruva in one or more, but not all, of its collected material. City without a hero series – Part 3 Released in paperback and a special limited edition hardbound collector’s edition.



Bhriya has been published in English. Raj comics started publishing these free strips on their Facebook page in Dhruva Digest 4 [33]. Cover also features other Raj Comics superheroes, but they are not seen in the issue. The series ended with Dhruva and Nagraj sacrificing their lives to defeat Krurpasha Nagpasha’s alias in the series.

First part of a two-part story [20]. Dhruva Digest 6 [35]. Concluding part of the two-part story. Baal Charit series – Part 2 Published in paperback and hardbound special edition with alternative cover art.

The title of the issue published in English might not necessarily be a literal translation of its Hindi counterpart however, in case of issues that have not yet been published in English, their original Hindi title has been literally translated kki English. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.