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Posts about dhruv comics in pdf written by varunkr5. Nagraj Aur Super Commando Dhruv (Multistar) Download Comics · spcl__h. Nagraj Aur. These issues include two of the most popular characters of Raj comics Nagraj and Super Commando ruthenpress.info issue are full of action,mystery and the. Super Commando Dhruva is an Indian comic book superhero created by Indian comic book artist and writer Anupam Sinha. Here is the link. SUPER.
Dhruva has always had full support of the police department and full access to all police records and classified documents, not only because his foster father Rajan Mehra is the Inspector General of Police but also because Dhruva has always had utmost respect for the law enforcing bodies and has never taken law in his hands.
Later, being a member of Brahmand Rakshak, Dhruva, along with all the other members of the team, was honorarily awarded the powers and rights equivalent to a Commissioner of Police. Costume[ edit ] Dhruva used to wear a yellow leotard over blue full body spandex bodysuit, a brown belt with a star shaped buckle and a pair of brown shoes while performing for Jupiter circus as a 14yr old. After the Jupiter circus carnage, when Dhruva started his fight against crime and evil, he continued wearing the same circus costume.
Later, his belt was converted into a utility belt in which he could carry many useful items. Dhruva does not wear any cape, mask or helmet. Instead, as Wright pointed out, he prefers to sport a "solid-looking helmet of hair". In the title 'Dhruva-shakti', Dhruva's sister Shweta, a budding scientist, gave him some assortments that included a metallic bracelet each for both his hands. While the right bracelet had a cartridge of star blades, the left had a cartridge of star-line. Dhruva could shoot either of them with just a pull of a lever as against the older days when he had to take them out of his belt pocket and then throw them manually.
She also gave him a metallic utility belt as against the older leather one with a star buckle with built-in star-transmitter and a built-in locking system so that no one could cut or pull his belt off from his waist. She also gave him a metallic holding strap for his boots and a wheel cover with push-back wheels that would convert his boots into roller skates with the flip of a switch.
Apart from this, Dhruva's appearance remained unchanged throughout the years. Although Nagayana , the futuristic series set in alternate universe, allowed Sinha to experiment with Dhruva's looks. Equipment[ edit ] Dhruva is not really into too much high tech gadgetry.
Whatever little equipments he makes use of, most of them have the word 'star-' prefixed to them, which gives it a slight campy feel. Four things that really define the character are star-blades, star-line, utility belt and Dhruva's special motorbike. Star-blade is Dhruva's personalised shuriken like razor sharp weapon. Although potentially lethal, Dhruva rarely uses them in a lethal way.
Mostly Dhruva uses his star-blades to disarm his enemy or cut something. Dhruva shoots star-blades from his right hand bracelet.
Star-line, on the other hand, is a thin rope made of nylo-steel which can not be cut, burnt or broken easily. Star-line is attached to a star-shaped grappling hook at one end. Dhruva uses his left hand bracelet, which contains star-line, like a grapple gun and can climb up or swing from one skyscraper to another like Batman.
Dhruva mentions in one of his titles that he should meet Batman someday and thank him personally for inventing this style which is very handy especially in case of traffic jams.
He also uses star-line to trip or tie up his enemy. Dhruva's preferred mode of transport is his special motorbike. The bike is specially designed and optimised to suit his needs. Dhruva's bike is remote control enabled, so that he can start and operate his bike even from a distance. Dhruva's bike has undergone innumerable design changes from the old fashioned s design to a modernised sports bike look. Among all designs one common factor has been that the bike never had any attached firearm to it.
It is said that the sound of the engine of Dhruva's bike is unique and different from any other bike and can be easily identified.
Dhruva also owns a star helicopter, a star plane a literally star shaped plane painted half blue and half yellow , a sonic jet and a star-boat.
The only significant omission from Dhruva's fleet of transport vehicles is a car which he has never owned. Star-blade, star-line and motorbike are so significant to the character's identity that often, even before Dhruva himself breaks into a crime scene, a flurry of star-blades, a star-line or the sound of Dhruva's special bike announce the arrival of Dhruva. Utility belt[ edit ] Dhruva's utility belt is one of the most significant and defining characteristic of the character's appearance as well the character's most useful and important tool in his crime fighting sojourn.
Dhruva's belt has evolved over the years from a simple leather belt to a leather utility belt with pouches to a metallic utility belt. In its current version, Dhruva's utility belt is a metallic belt with inbuilt locking system to make sure that no one can easily pull it off or cut it as against his older leather belt.
The star shaped buckle has an inbuilt transmitter which enables Dhruva to stay in contact with commando headquarters, police force and even some of his allies including Chandika. Dhruva is known to carry a lot of utility items in his belt pockets.
The various items that he has been shown to carry in his utility belt at various times include, but are not limited to, spare cartridges for star-blades and star-lines, acid capsules, signal flares, star cuffs star shaped handcuffs , a make-up kit and many more items. Dhruva also carries a special transmitter fixed at 'Brahmand Rakshak' frequency which enables him to stay in contact with the Brahmand Rakshak headquarters as well as the other members of Brahmand Rakshak team.
On some occasions he has been shown to carry a separate Brahmand Rakshak transmitter while on the other occasions it has been shown to be integrated with Dhruva's personal star-transmitter. Dhruva also carries a radiation sensor which is either fitted in his collar button or sometimes in his belt and blinks whenever there is threat of hazardous level of radiation exposure.
Commando headquarters[ edit ] Commando headquarters is the base of Commando Force located in Rajnagar. It is the place from where Commando Force operates.
It is equipped with state of the art technology and computer system. Its system can perform various functions that include, but are not limited to, facial recognition, finger print matching, DNA matching, remote hacking of enemy's system and global surveillance through satellite imaging.
Commando headquarters' system also keeps the data on every criminal, can access police records as well Interpol files on request. Teenagers residing in various cities of India receive special training at the headquarters from the Commando Force and then sent back to their respective homes.
These trained junior cadets have special protocol to report any ongoing crime to commando headquarters and not getting involved themselves unless they are sure they can handle it. Dhruva has got surveillance cameras installed all over Rajnagar streets which are monitored at the headquarters for suspicious activities.
Information on any suspicious activity caught by cameras or junior cadets, if requiring Dhruva's attention, is channelled to Dhruva on his star-transmitter. Dhruva himself patrols the city streets every night on his special motorbike. Dhruva's unyielding dedication towards keeping his city safe has earned him the title of 'Rajnagar Ka Rakhwala' Keeper of Rajnagar.
Main article: List of Dhruva supporting characters Dhruva's allies clockwise from top left- Samri, Dhananjay, Kirigi and Jingaloo Dhruva has a large range of supporting characters who have played significant roles in his story arcs. While some help to define the character of Super Commando Dhruva itself, other have played significant roles in giving a direction to the story arcs that they have been part of.
After the death of Dhruva' parents, I. Rajan Mehra adopted him. The psychology of being dependent, of 'I must have a person along with me to protect me from any impending danger,' is essentially a child's psyche. Sinha's first two characters Space Star and Private Detective Kapil didn't become very popular, but served as the early drafts for Super Commando Dhruva. The name Dhruva and the star symbol given to the character were inspired by Dhruva Taara Hindi: Thus, Super Commando Dhruva was born: Most fans feel that Dhruva's character is a mix of Batman and Robin.
On one hand, his crime fighting style is very similar to that of Batman's and, on the other hand, his origin resembles to that of Robin's. In spite of these similarities, there are a lot of differences as well, most notably being the fact that Dhruva doesn't have an alter ego. Because if we had kept in mind how powerful Superman and Batman are We would've reacted to it and somehow allowed that to play a part in our creative process.
Our first goal was to make a total Indian character. We didn't want to copy.
That wasn't going on in our heads. But we were definitely inspired by them. We are still inspired by them. We are inspired by them. After all, everything has an origin. A general GENL issue used to be a to page issue. Dhruva's first issue dealt with the origin of the character. Eventually it was revealed that Chandika was his foster-sister Shweta Mehra.
Over the course of next few issues, some key elements were added to Dhruva's character including star-line, star-blade, a utility belt, ability to communicate with dolphins and ability to breathe underwater. Sinha was very sure about one thing: He would not have Dhruva kill anyone as he wanted Dhruva to be a role model for young kids, his main audience.
In the initial few issues, Dhruva carried a pistol as a measure of last resort, but never used it. Dhruv used the pistol in Aadamkhoro ka Swarg. He used and fired two rounds on the Rhino-men in the Nagu Islands. This was the first and last time he ever used his gun.
Soon after, the pistol was removed from the character. During the initial few years, Anupam Sinha preferred to work alone on his brain-child Dhruva, both writing as well as illustrating all Dhruva titles on his own while the cover arts for the titles were mostly supplied by Vijay Kadam , an independent freelance artist. This issue brought Nagraj and Dhruva together for the first time. In this issue, Dhruva was shown to kill a lot of criminals.
This was due to the fact that this issue was written by Sanjay Gupta , the writer of Nagraj, and not by Sinha. The next special issue was a landmark issue in many ways. It added a lot of new elements to the character's story.
It introduced Swarna Nagri Golden City , which is located at the base of the ocean and hidden from human eyes. Dhananjay, a warrior from Swarna Nagri, initially fought Dhruva, but became his friend and gave him the power to breathe inside water. Natasha went on to become the first and only person to know Chandika's secret identity. Dhruva's ability to communicate with animals and birds was well established but this issue explored Dhruva's ability to communicate with dolphins as well.
In , Black Cat alter ego: Richa was introduced in a self-titled issue to further complicate Dhruva's love life. Initially, Dhruva's stories were detective-based stories, with science fiction elements as well. With the success of special issues, Raj Comics scrapped the publishing of general issues for its top two heroes Dhruva and Nagraj, although they continued to publish general issues for other superheroes.
From to , the frequency of Dhruva's solo general issues kept on decreasing and solo special issues kept on increasing. Since then, Dhruva has only been seen in the special issues. With this transition from general issues to special issues, Sinha's storytelling also changed. Dhruva's comics now contain more science fiction-based time and space travels. Instead of fighting thugs, he was now fighting against supervillains , aliens, and even demons. He was not solving cases anymore, but was saving the world from bigger threats.
Although a few fans objected to this transformation of the character, most accepted this change. In the midst of these superhero acts, Sinha came up with some iconic and critically acclaimed issues exploring Dhruva's personal life and human side of his character. This issue dealt with Robo's and Natasha's past and brought turmoil in Dhruva's love life eventually ending with Natasha leaving Dhruva and joining Robo's crime syndicate once again.
Although Dhruva's origin was explained very clearly in his first issue itself, not much was known about his family background. Not only was it the hundredth special issue published by Raj Comics, it was also the first of an iconic three part series that dealt with Dhruva's family background. Dhruva comes to know that his biological father was actually a French citizen on the run, wanted for murder.
What ensues was an emotional journey for Dhruva to prove his dead father's innocence and remove the stigma of being a murderer from his name.
SPCL "Gupt", dealt with the turmoils and side effects of being a superhero without an alter ego. A new supervillain Alchemist targeted Dhruva's foster family forcing him to wonder whether it was a mistake to become a crime fighter without a secret identity and jeopardising his family's security. Around the year , when Sanjay Gupta got busy with the development of a new superhero Doga , he handed over the job of writing and drawing Nagraj to Anupam Sinha.
This paved the way for one of the greatest superhero partnerships in Raj Comics. Dhruva and Nagraj, though popular individually, failed to make a mark when they came together twice before, both issues written by Sanjay Gupta. This mega 90 page issue brought the 2 superheroes together for the third time overall but for the first time under the writing of Anupam Sinha.
It was a huge critical and commercial success for Raj Comics. This year saw all Raj Comics heroes featuring in two hero crossover issue with each other. Since then both Nagraj and Dhruva have appeared in many two-hero and multi-hero issues all of which have been huge hits. The biggest and most ambitious project of Raj Comics, " Nagayana ", based on Hindu epic Ramayana , was an 8 part futuristic series set in an alternate universe published in a span of 3 years from to This series too was a two hero project featuring Nagraj and Dhruva.
Fans have likened the partnership of Nagraj-Dhruva with the Superman - Batman partnership in DC Comics, an invincible superhero and a superhero with no supernatural powers. Dhruva was one of the few Indian comic book heroes that continued to be published regularly during The Dark Age of Indian Comics  between and owing to his dedicated fan base. All Raj Comics superheroes including Dhruva became a member of this team.
From to , Anupam Sinha worked on every single Dhruva solo titles as well as most of the multi-hero titles featuring Dhruva. In though, much to the disappointment of the fans, he declared that he will be taking an indefinite break from Super Commando Dhruva. Sinha continued to work on Nagraj solo titles as well as multi-hero titles featuring Nagraj and Dhruva but stopped working on solo Dhruva titles. Sinha always maintained a character continuity in his storylines throughout his solo and crossovers storylines.
After Sinha left, with multiple writers working on the character simultaneously, it became more and more unclear as to which Dhruva storyline belongs to the original continuity and which does not. New Writers added subtle changes to the character, although keeping the basic essence of the character still intact. They tried to introduce some new facets to the character.
Writer Abhishek Sagar tried to break away from the Anupam Sinha style of writing by giving his stories darker undertones. Even the artists showed the tendency to use darker colors in Sagar's stories unlike Sinha whose artwork used to be brighter and more colorful. Nitin Mishra came up with contemporary storylines like 'Hum Honge Kamyaab' in , which was his take on the controversies attached with the Commonwealth Games conducted in India in In this title Dhruva was shown to be more tech-savvy as compared to his earlier versions.
In this title, one of the Toads mentioned that Dhruva is a lover boy and Dhruva even displayed his musical talent as a good flautist. This was in contrast to Sinha's Dhruva who never showed any inclination towards music, acting or solving realistic cases based on contemporary issues.
It was a deluxe edition that contained the reprints of the debut issues of Nagraj and Dhruva on jumbo In December , a series named "Bal Charit" was launched, with its first issue "Hunters" being released. This series is projected to be a milestone, with Dhruv's childhood to be told in great detail for the first time.
In , "Rajnagar Rakshak" series was launched, with the first issue of the same name being released in January. This series is special because Dhruv is featured for first time with Inspector Steel in a 2 in 1 comic, despite both the superheroes being in action in the same city for a long time.
Dhruva was born to a couple who worked as trapeze artists in Jupiter Circus. He received most of his martial art, acrobatic, and stunt training in the circus itself. At the age of 14, having lost his parents in a conspiracy that arose out of a business rivalry, he swore to fight against crime for the rest of his life.
Eventually he was adopted by the then Superintendent of Police Rajan Mehra. Dhruva was born to Shyam and Radha, two trapeze artists who used to perform in Jupiter Circus situated on the outskirts of Rajnagar.
Dhruva was brought up in the circus itself. Growing up amongst the tigers, elephants, and other pet animals of the circus, Dhruva learnt to communicate with the animals. Dhruva was loved by every Jupiter Circus performer, started learning their respective skills from them. Strongman Hercules taught him body building. Ringmaster taught him how to control animals.
He learned to throw knives from the knife thrower, along with shooting and bike stunts. At the age of 14, he started performing in Jupiter Circus shows and his stunning performances helped Jupiter to become a hugely popular circus.
Boss, the owner of rival Globe Circus, hatched a conspiracy to destroy Jupiter Circus and sent Jubisko, his strongman and Bond, a sharpshooter to do the task. Jubisko burnt the Jupiter Circus killing everyone in it including Dhruva's parents.
Dhruva who survived the carnage, vowed to avenge the deaths of his loved ones and eliminate the evil from the society. The series of events that followed resulted in the shutting down of Globe Circus as well. Later, the city police chief Rajan Mehra adopted Dhruva as his own son.
Dhruva chose to carry on his struggle against crime choosing Rajnagar as the base of his operation. Dhruva is a young adult who started his crime fighting career at a young age of He is probably the youngest amongst all Raj comics superheroes. He is not really bulky, muscular or heavily built.
Instead, he has an athletic, flexible and strong body. Although Spanish writer Chris Wright opined that the character "has the most pronounced calf muscles of any superhero". The following are the vital statistics of the character as of 18 June as described on Raj Comics official website: Dhruva comes out as a humble, gentle and down to earth kind of personality.
He is very soft-spoken and mild-mannered guy who respects his elders. He is always well dressed with buttoned collar and sports well kept hairs.
Anupam Sinha knew that being a hero with no superpowers and no alter ego, Dhruva was probably the closest thing to reality in a world of comic book superheroes, a character that children could relate to, a character that children could try to emulate.
Sinha wanted Dhruva to become a role model for the kids. He wanted to show the kids that one can be tough as well as well mannered at the same time.
In Sinha's words: Sinha also gave Dhruva a very 'morally correct' image.
Dhruva has been shown to have utmost respect for human life and has vowed not to take a human life ever. Dhruva never takes law in his hands and always works in conjunction with the law enforcing bodies. He believes that as a protector of the city of Rajnagar, his only job is to catch the criminal alive and hand him over to the police and the court shall decide the punishment for the criminal.
As a result, there is always an air of uneasiness between Dhruva and some of his allies including Black Cat and Doga who don't think twice before killing a criminal, and he always makes it a point not to let them take the law in their hands in front of his eyes.
Dhruva received such strong moral codes from his biological parents during his childhood and subsequently during his adolescence from his foster parents. Released in paperback and a special limited edition hardbound collector's edition. The limited edition had 4 additional pages featuring Nagraj, Shakti, Parmanu and Ins.
Steel in a guest appearance. Published in paperback and hardbound special edition. A list of titles related to Dhruva, however, the character itself doesn't appear in these titles. This list enlists the limited series story arcs published by Raj comics featuring Super Commando Dhruva.
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 It is a story based in A. The series was co-written by Anupam Sinha and Jolly Sinha, and the artwork for the series was handled by a team of various artists led by Anupam Sinha himself.
Largely based on the Hindu epic Ramayana , the story of Nagayana as a whole as well as most of its sub-plots narrowly follow the same storyline as that of the Hindu epic with Raj Comic characters Nagraj, Dhruva, Visarpi and Nagpasha filling in the roles of original characters Rama , Laxmana , Sita and Ravana respectively. Earlier supposed to be a four-part series, this series was later converted into an 8-part series in order to fit in various sub-plots.
The series ended with Dhruva and Nagraj sacrificing their lives to defeat Krurpasha Nagpasha's alias in the series. Nagayana ends with the progeny of Dhruva and Nagraj taking over the responsibility to fight evil forces.
Five years later, in , Raj comics published a page epilogue to the iconic 8-part series, thus laying a foundation for sequel to Nagayana, Mahanagayana. 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. These strips are usually humorous and are targeted towards young children as part of a promotional policy to expand the publisher's reader base.
Raj comics started publishing these free strips on their Facebook page in In , they compiled these strips and published first issue of kid superheroes. Initially distributed as free gift with all online orders placed on 5 October - Free Comic Book Day , the issue was later sold commercially and became one of the bestsellers Raj comic title. Many Dhruva titles have been reprinted in trade paperback format. Some of the titles have been translated in English and published in trade paperback format.
These are special collected editions that collect all the titles of a single story arc or titles whose stories are closely related. Usually they are published in hardcover with alternative cover art. Sometimes they contain newly penned bonus pages. The following are collections of titles featuring Dhruva in trade paperback format. Following trade paperbacks collected English reprints of Raj Comics titles featuring Dhruva in one or more, but not all, of its collected material.
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