Superhero comic books: The movies, TV shows and comics today are meant for adults and you have to be really careful when introducing really young children to them. However, pretty much all superhero characters have kid-friendly versions of their stories.
Tinkle's Tantri the Mantri becomes king: “Since he was behind most of the attempts of King Hooja’s life, he would now be paranoid about someone pulling a Tantri on him,” says Rajani Thindiath, Editor-in-Chief, Tinkle.
As the 38th album in the Adventures of Asterix — Asterix and the Chieftain’s Daughter — is set to release in 2019, it’s time to introduce your kids to the legendary comic book heroes, if you haven’t already.
The narration of stories clubbed with images makes it easier for a reader to travel to distant lands and explore other cultures. Pictures help one to understand and imagine the meaning of the text better.
The eighth edition of Delhi Comic Con is all set to be celebrated on December 7-8. Before you take your kids to the event, remember comics are not just meant for them. Check the reader age group of comic book you pick up before giving it your kids.
“People know and love characters like Nancy, Alley Oop and Popeye,” said Andrew Farago, curator of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. “Their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents know these characters.”