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Tulsi Comics was an Indian comics publisher in the late 80s, 90s and early s, and was a division of Tulsi Pocket Books. Backed by Tulsi Pocket Books, a popular publishers of Hindi novels in India, and backed by an established and vast customer base of the novels, Tulsi comics shut down in , but after creating some of India's most famous and cherished superheroes. Another reason for Tulsi Comics failure was that they produced story arcs in a minimum of 2—3 parts, and they never usually gave a complete story in a single issue. Since most of the comic readers in India are children who had limited pocket money, this practice ultimately backfired, and it lost popularity among its reader base. Though this whole series was among the best Tulsi has ever offered creatively, [ citation needed ] this long continuing series, along with introducing a lot of new characters like Yosho who was blessing of God sun formerly advertised as Osho , Yoga, Baaz and Mr. India led to its death.

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It has been more than a decade since several of the comic book companies folded, leaving us only with Diamond and Raj Comics. Tulsi Comics was among those companies. Tulsi Comics was similar to Manoj Comics in more ways than one. It had its small but impressive catalogue of superheroes, and they complemented these comic book well with their offering of Fantasy and Horror comics. The biggest and best selling characters in Tulsi Comics were Jambu, who was a super computerized robot, and Angara, a kind of a mutant, whose body was made of body parts of different animals.

In the age of innovative superhero ideas coming from every comic book publisher, Angaara was a completely unique concept. These were his powers derived from different animal body parts that he possessed. Angara was made in a laboratory by Dr. Just like our beloved Super Commando Dhruva , he had to communicate with animals and birds. This ability of his helped him to come out of his exploits victorious. Upon his creation, he was given special training for a brief period of time.

Kunal, who was concerned about the welfare of wild animals, created Angara using body parts of various animals and birds, in order to save the remaining wildlife on the island. Thus Angara came into being.

He was easily the best selling comic book character in Tulsi comics, along with Jambu. But no matter what, Angara will always be remembered among comic book fans as one of the most beloved superheroes of the 90s. Primary Menu. Search for: Search. I am a fitness freak and love hitting the gym thrice a week.

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It has been more than a decade since several of the comic book companies folded, leaving us only with Diamond and Raj Comics. Tulsi Comics was among those companies. Tulsi Comics was similar to Manoj Comics in more ways than one. It had its small but impressive catalogue of superheroes, and they complemented these comic book well with their offering of Fantasy and Horror comics. The biggest and best selling characters in Tulsi Comics were Jambu, who was a super computerized robot, and Angara, a kind of a mutant, whose body was made of body parts of different animals.

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