Crik-X

About half the CRIK-X series did a run on ESPN Cricinfo. The entire story is now presented here for the first time over 50 days, to help you deal with the IPL Season which can be heavily traumatic for many.

If you are a real cricket fan, then this is the world you want – sit back, sip cola and cheer on. Heads or tails. Let the games begin!

The Ultimate Cricket Comic by Appupen & Chacko

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The Great Brainded India Posters

Non-sponsored. Non-recyclable. Nonsensical. Only pure propaganda.

The Indian version of the award-winning Brainded poster series. Brought to you by a completely Brainded team of international artists, thinkers and a writer after a recent India tour.

Brainded takes on India and the world around you. This collection of random thoughts from Appupen has been cleverly disguised as friendly advertising/propaganda posters, to gain easy access to the mainstream audience. Each juicy, bite-sized poster hopes to highlight and add to the chaos and absurdity of your agenda-driven existence, with fun colours and catchy concepts. 2016.

 

Propagandhi’s Newspaper of Everyday

Manufacturing content – the dystopian way.

Your news hunt ends here. Now you can predict it, prepare for it and make money off it. Presenting MONDAY to SATURDAY of Rashtrian Everyday-lies.

By Varun Scarfoot and Appupen

 

Dystopian Express

An archive of not so old newspaper comic strips from #Rashtria, featuring some Ded artists. #DystopianTimes

 

For more such comics, check out Dystopian Times of Rashtria

DedShorts: Appupen

Featured artist Appupen

DedShorts #3: The Dreamer, by Appupen. Excerpted from ‘Aspyrus’, published by HarperCollins in 2014

 

DedShorts #8: The Pen is Mightier, by Appupen. Originally published in the August-September 2017 issue of Arts Illustrated. With thanks to Praveena Shivram.

 

DedShorts #10: The Ring of the Lord, by Appupen. This classic story has stood the test of time in Halahala. You can clearly see their influence on some popular stories of our world.

 

DedShorts #11: A Halahala Fairy Tale, by Appupen. This we fear is how skin color started being such a big deal around here.

For DedShorts by deadtheduck, click here

RashtraMan S1: Guardian of Rashtria

Hero of Halahala. First time in India!

 

Read RashtraMan Season 2: Chronicles of Cowrashtra