Ramayan 3392 AD, Vol. 2 (Ramayan 3392 AD, #2)



A Story Thousands Of Years In The Making, A Re Imagining Of One Of The Greatest Tales Ever, Retold In The Post Apocalyptic Future Mankind Has Been Devastated And In Its Wake The Monstrous Being Ravan And His Dark Hordes Threaten To Wipe Out What Little Is Left Of Humanity But Hope Is Alive In The Form Of Mighty Warrior Prince Ram Along With His Brother Lakshman And The Lovely Seeta, Daughter Of Mother Earth, Rama Sets Out On A Perilous Journey To End Ravan S Bloody Grip On The WorldRamayan AD Is An Epic Adventure Which Has Been Called India S Answer To Lord Of The Rings By The Times Of India And Features A Surreal Cast Of Fantastical Creatures And Spectacular Battles, All Within An Astonishing Quest To Save Humanity From A Darker Evil That The World Has Ever Encountered BeforeRamayan 3392 AD, Vol. 2 (Ramayan 3392 AD, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Ramayan 3392 AD, Vol. 2 (Ramayan 3392 AD, #2)
  • Shamik Dasgupta
  • English
  • 23 January 2018
  • 1934413127

10 thoughts on “Ramayan 3392 AD, Vol. 2 (Ramayan 3392 AD, #2)

  1. says:

    Vol 2 of Ramayan series takes up from where it left the story this time our heroes are on run and meet Vanars and they arrive at a city of thieves to get some provisions but they get in eventroubles This was another solid read with the same issues which plagued vol 1 book i.e poor quality of glue used for cover This time too it came of as soon as opened the books Now on to the third part.

  2. says:

    Artwork has defiantly changed in terms of colour palate and line work This one leans into the sci if theme a littlewith some great images The city in the dessert especially were great The pacing is better and the dialogue has been tightened Still there are issues Rama launches his quest to recover Seeta by the end of this novel Yay However, I do feel robbed This is the second volume and Rama is in love with Seeta no development just in one panel he was No fair Overall a quick Artwork has defiantly changed in terms of colour palate and line work This one leans into the sci if theme a littlewith some great images The city in the dessert especially were great The pacing is better and the dialogue has been tightened Still there are issues Rama launches his quest to recover Seeta by the end of this novel Yay However, I do feel robbed This is the second volume and Rama is in love with Seeta no development just in one panel he was No fair Overall a quick enjoyable read Not as different or as compelling as I was expecting Worth picking up if you are looking for a tale which is spring from a different inspiration pool

  3. says:

    A Marked improvement on the first volume and muchheart thumping and pacier And the artwork is glorious, to say the least Clear, bright and definitely engrossing I loved the side story arcs of Panchvati being a deranged city that delights in gladiator games, the tracks of Dushan,Surnaka with Ram and Sita, the introduction of Prince Angad riding steampunk desert bikes and lotsvery interesting twists to the version we ve grown up listening to.Almost making Ramayana INTERESTING So A Marked improvement on the first volume and muchheart thumping and pacier And the artwork is glorious, to say the least Clear, bright and definitely engrossing I loved the side story arcs of Panchvati being a deranged city that delights in gladiator games, the tracks of Dushan,Surnaka with Ram and Sita, the introduction of Prince Angad riding steampunk desert bikes and lotsvery interesting twists to the version we ve grown up listening to.Almost making Ramayana INTERESTING Someone called India s answer to Lord of the Rings Maharishi Vishwamitra certainly makes for a Gandalf figure but Rama and his brothers are infinitelyinteresting than the Hobbits of Shire but maybe they pale compared to the rest of the Fellowship I could write a paper but I will hold off Fantastic exciting stuff from Graphic India and Westland Breaking new grounds and HOW Eagerly awaiting Vol.3 now

  4. says:

    Really enjoyed this one, too, even though the art was not as vibrant and colourful as the first volume Then again, that could be because the locations didn t lend themselves to be.I also want to say how frustrated I am by Virgin Comics for mucking up the ISBNs and covers of Ramayan 3392 AD Tome of the Wastelands, and John Woo s 7 Brothers I ordered this book a few times when it just came out, and kept getting 7 Brothers and no, ordering 7 Brothers didn t get me this book , and now again the Really enjoyed this one, too, even though the art was not as vibrant and colourful as the first volume Then again, that could be because the locations didn t lend themselves to be.I also want to say how frustrated I am by Virgin Comics for mucking up the ISBNs and covers of Ramayan 3392 AD Tome of the Wastelands, and John Woo s 7 Brothers I ordered this book a few times when it just came out, and kept getting 7 Brothers and no, ordering 7 Brothers didn t get me this book , and now again the cover is that of 7 Brothers, even though the ISBN belongs to Ramayan Tome of the Wastelands ARGH

  5. says:

    Very much impressed with this outing of rama.Grate art work , brighter in terms of color and overall tone.Grate improvement over the previous installment of story , in terms of art work , story,plot development, character interaction it is way better than its predecessor.Its in every way a better read than vol.1.The only disappointment is its reduced volume.Highly recommended.

  6. says:

    The art work is much better and clear than the previous volume The plot thickens as the story progresses But during the phase of rebellion, I found it bit lagging Overall, the imagination is brilliant

  7. says:

    I thought this is an amazing twist to the Ramayan epic and this comic potrays the story in a very unique and different way this allows the readers to get a different insight to the Ramayan story I recomend it to all Indian readers or to all people who have read the Ramayan

  8. says:

    The storyline here is less cohesive Plusthe art isn t as pretty.

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