Tag: Graphic India

Gamesbond along with 2 others releases its latest mobile app Chakra: World Siege

Gamesbond along with 2 others releases its latest mobile app Chakra: World Siege

Gaming
India’s leading mobile game distribution and publishing company Gamesbond in partnership with Graphic India and POW! Entertainment has released its latest mobile game Chakra: World Siege. Both Graphic India and POW! Entertainment are the IP licensors for one of India’s leading superhero characters Chakra The Invincible. Chakra: World Siege is currently available for free at the Google Play store and is featured as one of the top games in the game company’s  New and Updated section. Chakra: World Siege has been launched globally with a focus on targeting the Indian audience. The game is based on the animation and comic book character Chakra: The Invincible created by superhero icon Stan Lee and Sharad Devarajan. Incidentally, Lee is the legendary co-creator of the world’s most popula
Animated series of Bahubali to show on Colors

Animated series of Bahubali to show on Colors

Animation, Headlines
  Riding high on the success of the Bahubali franchise, India’s leading entertainment channel Colors has acquired the broadcast satellite rights of an animated series spin-off named Bahubali: The Lost Legends that was initially launched digitally on Amazon Prime Video. This goes to show that the highest grossing film ever in the history of Indian cinema is now set to make its television debut as an animated series. This isn’t the first time that an animated series will be seen on a Hindi GEC channel. Last year, Colors took the bold step of broadcasting an animated show Chhoti Anandi created by HopMotion on the mornings of Sundays. Commenting on the procurement of the rights, Viacom18, COO, Raj Nayak said, “Bahubali has proved to be a landmark film in the history of Indian cinema
Amazon Prime Video to show animated version of Bahubali

Amazon Prime Video to show animated version of Bahubali

Animation, Latest News
Amazon Prime Video has entered into partnership with filmmaker SS Rajamouli, Graphic India and Arka Mediaworks to extend the magnum opus Bahubali by streaming the animated version of the film. “S.S. Rajamouli is one of the most visionary movie minds in current times and we are thrilled to have him launch this exclusive series, Bahubali: The Lost Legends,” said Nitesh Kripalani, Director and Country Head, Prime Video India. “The animation series will allow our customers to discover hidden stories and legends from the Baahubali world. And now for the first time, customers can watch the exclusive trailer first on www.Amazon.in,” he added. Expressing his happiness, Rajamouli said, “From the minute I started working on this story, I knew the world of Bahubali can’t be encompassed into a fi
Baahubali with comic treatment is here

Baahubali with comic treatment is here

Animation
After it was made public last year that Baahubali would be getting a comic treatment, fans of Baahubali have been waiting with bated breath. Now it seems the wait is over. Graphic India, Arka Mediaworks and Baahubali creator S.S. Rajamouli have announced the release of Baahubali: Battle Of The Bold, an exclusive new digital comic available for free this week, only on the Graphic Pop app available in Google Play for all Android devices. Rajamouli said that Graphic India has been the leading force in original comics and animation in India. “I am thrilled to be working with them to finally bring our fans this untold story of Baahubali which will reveal new insights about the characters from the film in a story about an epic tournament that shaped prince Baahubali’s life early on.” Baahubal
Meet the new Indian Female Superhero – Mighty Girl

Meet the new Indian Female Superhero – Mighty Girl

Animation, Comics
Comic book legend Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment and Graphic India, a character entertainment company, have come out with Mighty Girl, a new female superhero for India. The new "Chakra The Invincible and Mighty Girl" comics were unveiled on Saturday at the Bengaluru Comic Con here, read a statement. Graphic India and POW! Entertainment created the comics in collaboration with Unicef's 'World's Largest Lesson' initiative, supported by GEMS Education and Unicef as part of an effort to promote the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, a global plan to end poverty, reduce inequalities and combat the threat of climate change by 2030. Mighty Girl expands the story of Lee and Sharad Devarajan's previous Indian superhero creation, Chakra- The invincible, which premièred as an animated