The debut collaboration between writer Aditya Bidikar and artist Nitin Veturkar.
You can read the original short story here.
In a word: Fantastic!
Excellent plot+adaptation+inks. Great way to start off things or as they say, LAF FTW!
Thanks man. LAF has lots more up its sleeve.
Great job guys, Def generates interest in both the plot and visuals. I want more!
All the best!
And we do have more, coming up soon!
Guys…great artwork and narration, love how the story flows from panel to panel, generating curiosity about what’s coming next. More!!
Thanks mate! There will be more.
Great work Nitin,
Expecting some Indian Content.
We do have plans for Indian content. Hope it excites you as much as this did.
Gripping! Very nice plot and a perfectly suitable style. Great job! Very inspiring!
Thank You SirG!
Good work guys!!! Kept me want to read further. Hope to see new work soon. Best of Luck.
congratulations guys, both the plot and visuals are complimenting each other.
definetly i would like to see more of this.
(i liked you dint revealed his face)
all the best!
Thank you. You have a good eye.
Nitin Dude… Marry Me… I will bear your children and their children… FACK!!! Brilliant…
As we have established, you cannot have him. Hehehehe.
very well executed, and definitely haunting. am eager for more! 🙂
brilliant work guys… absolutely gorgeous stuff
Good work !!!!!!It has the perfect fiction content and the visuals.Very rarely observed in our artists.
Thanks to everyone who took the time to comment. We are very pleased with the response!
This is very contemporary and excellent plot points and the contrasting imagery is amazingly innovative – like the multiframe image where the protagonist is sleeping…. and there are frames of the windows. Superb. I invite you to join in on DHONUK (www.dhonuk.com) – a unique initiative from a few of us to bring the best of Indian art and artists in one Art Ecosystem!
If you guys are planning to publish and are looking for publishers do let us know. Else you could host it on ‘Dhonuk’ too.
Thanks for the kind words Shamit!!!
Supreme…great visuals..captivating story line. Vetya great job at charachters.some slides are out of the worls..the one with hat after the shower n the one with the man sleeping and the palmer woman in the window….great visuals master..m sure more of ur mind is being inked…
This is great man…congrats both of you.. i will always be following whatever you publish…
Thank you. We won’t disappoint.
Stark and awesome.! This story had caught my eye the first time I had read it. I’m glad you guys chose it to be made into this, this magnum opus!
superb work !! …well planed visuals Nitin ,and inking too.
After gushing about it on Facebook, again, great work. The story and the visuals in combination really gave it a feel that couldn’t be mustered in isolation. Some of the illustrations that I feel are truly outstanding: one with the guy’s head when he’s shining his torch at the clippings on the wall, one where his head is bent and he’s writing “I wrote notes..” and the rest are competing too fiercely..
In short, great work. Looking forward to many more of these.
Engaging and intriguing. waiting for more. bookmarked 😀
Hey Congrats!! Aditya and Nitin, great job. The black & white high contrast visuals suit the mood of the story. You should release a collection of such illustrated stories out in the market. It would instantly be a hit.
Thanks for the kind words. There will be more projects, yes.
Great N Very inspiring!
Great work man….Keep it up..Cheers!!!
Awesome keep up the good work bidi … nitin awesome work dude …
Thanks a lot guys! I think your response is the oxygen for many more such attempts we want to do. There’s so much more to do and We’re so glad that we’ve such great company in you guys…Cheers!!!
Fantastic! I’d read the story before, but it works really well as a comic, and the artworrk is brilliant.
Thanks you. And since the artwork is all Nitin, I can, with a clear conscience, say I’m in complete agreement.
Great job guys……I showed this to some people out here in US and they couldn’t believe its developed in India…..pictures are awesome …… keep it up and all the best
Thank you Vidyesh. High praise indeed!
Great work guys! Amazing narration, very suitable style. Grayish/sad shade of the story has been perfectly captured…
‘Later,towards the evening, I also had coffee…’, and ‘young man’ ‘…her legs bent double’ frames are classic and awesome. Nitin, hats off!
Thanks!!!…lot more coming soon!!!
The tone is reminiscent of Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City. Keep writing… and drawing =]
Drop a comment by my blog sometime!
Awesome Plot and fantaaaastic execution!!!
I myself am a great fan of pure black and white and the dramatic possibilities with it! just a feedback on the text though….the grey colour of the text box seems a bit jarring…what if it was the same grungy text box only BLACK in colour but the text in white…might be more seamless. just a thought.
and looking forward to more
it’s a good thought!
Great work Bidi and Nitin!! Gripping storyline matched by flawless and striking artwork….Impressive. Waiting for the rest of the story!!
Amazing. The strokes were fantastic.
great work, nitin! good story, great flow of narrative and very cool artwork. way to go!
Cheers mate!!!…we need to discuss a few things very soon.
Very cool guys. Thanks for the link Vetya.
It reads even better in comic-book format. My congratulations to Nitin, too. You, Aditya, as usual, are awesomeness!!
We accept the gracious compliment, melady.
Wow! You used this storyline… It’s put together fantastically Adi! Kudos to the brilliant artist too. Everything’s so erratic and yet so neat!
And I love how the mysterious Ms. Palmer has turned out.
Great job…nice combination btween B/W..Keep it up..Vetya..!!!
Nitin, this is cool..
Amazing stuff!! truly international standard!! keep it up!!
awesome!! when is the next episode coming???
November it is!!! 🙂
This is great work. Very interesting. Mysterious and spooky. Cool. Hope to see much more soon. Keep it up !
I love Amanda Palmer!
Watching and reading this artwork and text again and again is fun,
(Like Voyeuristic intension!!: P)
My favorite panel is :
“There was a moment when her
eyes moved towards the edge
of the mirror and seemed to be
looking straight at me.
But I tried not to give my sense
of paranoia too much credence.”
Words and Image match perfect!!
Nitin and Aditya chalo Party ho jaaye ek 🙂
Absolutely, boss! And thank you.
The ending is haunting! OMG.. this is really good!
Thank you, Priyanka. Glad you liked it!
Amazing work!…..An in keeping with the wittiness, must say!
wow ….. thats some pretty awesome artwork to go with an engaging plot. Spectacular!!
Aditya & Nitin,
Please take a bow gentlemen. This is mind-blowing stuff.
B&W and stark artwork, check.
Big brother watching, check.
Femme fatale, check.
Unreliable narrator, check… 😀
Frank Miller meets David Lynch, is it?
Btw, are you familiar with work of Cameron Stewart? Especially his webcomic Sin Titulo (shame, it’s not being updated for a long time)? Have a look if you haven’t. I’m sure you would like it.
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