Bhokal

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Bhokal
Bhokal.jpg
Bhokal as in "Guru Bhokal" series
Publication information
Publisher Raj Comics
Created by Sanjay Gupta
In-story information
Alter ego Alop
Abilities

Superhuman strength

  • Wings (lost)
  • Highly skilled Swordsman
  • Armour
  • Flying Power

Bhokal is a fictional superhero appearing in Raj Comics.[1] Most stories are based on dark fantasy with blood and gore.

Story Plot[edit]

He is a legendary winged warrior prince of a fictional fabled Parilok (fairyland). He descended to earth to take part in a fighting tournament and landed in Vikasnagar, becoming a zealous defender of the people of Vikasnagar.[2]

Origin[edit]

Real name Rajkumar Alop (Prince Alop), Bhokal appeared first in a seven comic series along with his friends Tureen (with whom he falls in love), Shootan and Atikrur. He killed his rival Fuchang who was responsible for death of his parents. Presently Bhokal's parental origins are being explored in the latest issues starting from 'Dhikkar' where Bhokal looses his powers as a result of a conspiracy planned by his master and mentor Mahaguru Bhokal. In issues 'Dhikkar' and 'Antardwand' Bhokal battles to retain his powers as well as find and clear name of his biological father 'Yuddheshthveer'. His quest to find his father continues in 'Yugaandhar'. Mr. Nitin Mishra is writing the origin series for Bhokal, Dhikkar and Antardwand were its debut issues which were illustrated by Mr. Hemant Kumar. Yugaandhar is illustrated by Mr. Lalit Singh and Mr. Nitin Mishra, it is written by Mr. Nitin Mishra.

Bhokal also appeared in issues of Bankelal.

Powers and abilities[edit]

Bhokal can summon the 'Bhokal-Shakti', the power of his teacher, Mahaguru Bhokal, by hailing his name in battle, shouting 'Jai Mahaguru Bhokal'. He acquires super-human physical attributes, apart from receiving the mystical Sword and Shield of his master. The Sword is capable of cutting through most of the then-known materials and elements, making it one of the greatest weapons of its time. It can also be used to emit 'Jwala-Shakti', a mystical fire from its edge, which is known to burn away almost anything in a matter of seconds. The Shield is capable of blocking any physical or supernatural attack and also allows its wielder to fly via the Shield. He once wielded the weapon Prahara on his forehead, in memory of its previous owner and Bhokal's deceased wife, Turin. It granted him psychic powers.

Supporting characters[edit]

Friends and relations[edit]

  • Turin: aka Rajkumari Sofia (princess Sofia). Turin is a princess from another planet. First love interest of Bhokal and later became his wife. Turin was the owner of the magical weapon prahara and master of a magical cat "Kapala". Turin was killed by Himraj in the Himalayan valleys. Bhokal was out in the battlefields fighting for his adopted country and could not save her. Later in Saat Sawaal he goes in search of her soul and finally he gets back his beloved Turin in Laut Aayi Turin.[3] Turin left Bhokal after Saloni and Rupsi became pregnant with Bhokal's child. Later on it was found that, Maya controlled Bhokal's mind to destroy his reputation and his relationship with Turin.
  • Kapala Turin's shape shifting cat which can fly. She took a human female form with cat's eye to save Turin's son after Turin was killed.
  • Rupsi: Niece of Vikasmohan and princess of neighbouring kingdom. Bhokal had another child with Rupsi under Maya's influence.
  • Saloni:(a skilled archer) Daughter of a sage. Although he never loved the other two as much as he loved Turin, bound by vow to protect them, he can never leave them. Under the mind control of Jadugarni Maya (enchantress Maya) Bhokal had twins with Saloni.
  • Shootan was the sammohan-samrat...who could hypnotise anyone and anything with his eyes. Shootan was killed by his enemies in Chitaghati. But after many years he came back in Ghar Aaya Shootan when Bhokal's uncle tried to take over his homeland and in the process resurrected Shootan as to kill Bhokal but eventually Shootan freed from his will and thus returend completely as older self.In "Sammohan Ghat" the royal warlock Tillu tried to impersonate Shootan as enemy of Vikasnagar but eventually caught.
  • Mohini: Queen of Vikasnagar. She became the sole ruler after her husband Vikasmohan was killed by Jadugarni Maya.
  • Venu who started her career as a child-kidnapper but after falling in love with Shootan transformed herself for the better and then fought many a battle alongside her husband, Bhokal, Turin, etc., she carried a flute that could mesmerise anybody and get converted into a battle axe if summoned.
  • Ladaki Shootan's second wife. Skilled in armed combat.
  • Atikrur, the wielder of the dantak has the strength of 10 elephants and can flatten mountains with his blows. But later on his appearances with Bhokal dwindled after he went back to his planet.
  • Piku Pakodia wife of Atikrur
  • Tilli Once Bhokal and Turin was almost brutally stoned by the people of Vikasnagar. Tilli with his tantrik energy, revived both of them from near death.
  • Shweta Teen princess of Vikasnagar
  • Ankit Prince of Vikasnagar
  • Vikasmohan King of Vikasnagar
  • Rani Chanda Obsessive suitor of Bhokal.

Enemies[edit]

Incomputable enemies of Bhokal have appeared in Bhokal's comics; many died, but some lived on to appear again. Here is the list of Bhokal's major enemies :

  • Fuchang : Appears in First seven Comics of Bhokal, Fuchang is the murderer of Bhokal's Family, Killed by Bhokal in comics "Bhokal Aur Fuchang"
  • Himraj
  • Guneek
  • Kaal-Kundli
  • Dharni-Dhar
  • Maharavan
  • Kaal
  • Chaddam
  • Kubda Shaitan
  • Rani Maya
  • Baba Yaga

New Bhokal : Pari Rakshak Bhokal[edit]

In order to publish something for the kids, Raj comics has started publishing a new series namely Pari Rakshak Bhokal. This Bhokal is entirely different from the original one but has the same powers. And story also takes place in the present Rc universe.

List of Bhokal Comics[edit]

  • Khaufnaak Khel
  • Tilsmi Olampaak
  • Bhokal
  • Shutaan
  • Atikroor
  • Bhokal Tilism Mein
  • Tilism Toot Gaya
  • Bhokal Aur Fuchang
  • Atikroor Aur Gajokh
  • Vikanda
  • Ssabse Bada Hatyara
  • Piku Pakodia
  • Tureen
  • Kapala
  • Zehar Ghati
  • Shutaan Ki Shaadi
  • Shaitan Buddhe
  • Teen Chudailen
  • Tantra
  • Chamatkari Bhokal
  • Mahaguru Bhokal
  • Shaktishaali
  • Bhokal Ki Talwar
  • MahaYoddha
  • Paatal Hatyara
  • Narak Jaal
  • Vajra
  • Kaali Kanthi
  • Jwala Shakti
  • Khatron ki Dharti
  • Shaitan Vriksh
  • Bhokal Ka Bhukamp
  • Bawandar
  • Main Hatyara Hoon
  • Parakrami
  • Kilaari Ka Rahasya
  • Cheeta Nagari
  • Tureen Ki Jung
  • Ye Shadyantra Hai
  • Mayajaal
  • Hatya Karunga Mein
  • Aatmhatya
  • Shaadi Nahi Hogi
  • Kachhua Mahal
  • Tilisma
  • Kubda Shaitaan
  • Kaun Banega Raja
  • Yudh Jeetunga Mein
  • Bhokal Nahi Harega
  • Bauna Bhokal
  • Bhokal Gayab
  • Jal Utha Registaan
  • Ret Ka Bhokal
  • Shaitan Beta
  • Vikat Vyuha
  • Yuddh Nahi Ladunga
  • Buddhi Pansa
  • Mar Gaya Shootan
  • Atyachaari
  • Aakhiri Nishani
  • Chudail Maa
  • Divyastra
  • Kaalkoot
  • Mrityujeet
  • Dankini
  • Kapalika
  • Kalanka
  • Mahayuddh
  • Maharavan
  • Dharni Dhar
  • Vishwa Rakshak
  • Laghu Ghati
  • Raktpaat
  • Akhetak
  • Guru Dakshina
  • Durgam
  • Mrityunjay
  • Lakshya
  • Gurutwa
  • Guneek
  • Fansi Do Bhokal Ko
  • Rann Chhodh
  • Chhadam
  • Bhokal Ka Kaal
  • Mrity Sanket
  • Mohra
  • Maat
  • Chaandal
  • Bhokal Bana Kankaal
  • Kaal Kundali
  • Mrityu Yog
  • Divya Charan
  • Ant
  • Tilismi Nidra
  • Jaal
  • Jaa Lalkaar Maut ko
  • Visharka
  • Ek aur Bheeshm
  • Bhokal Banega Raja
  • Bhanwar
  • Shaitaan Ki Maa
  • Kundla Ka Jaal
  • ShaktiHeen
  • Shikanja
  • Shaap
  • Maya Ka Jadoo
  • Diggaj
  • Bhootkaal
  • Prahara
  • Janjaal
  • Raajlakshmi
  • Trikhanda
  • Durbhiksh
  • Kaal Jantri
  • Bhokal Mera Gulam
  • Bhokal Jeet
  • Sabse Bada Mahabali
  • Jigar Ka Tukda
  • Chhal
  • Trikaal
  • Bhokal Shishya
  • Bhag Ja Bhokal
  • Shani Ka Putra
  • Mrit Sanjivani
  • Mrityu Aayi
  • Jo Jeeta So Haara
  • Markesh
  • Bhagya Vidhata
  • Trishaap
  • Saat Sawal
  • Laut aayi Tureen
  • Main Vachan Deta Hoon
  • Kaal Yatra
  • Kaaal Vashibhoot
  • Putla Tantra
  • Pataal Vijeta
  • Mitraghaat
  • Nasht
  • Kaal Olampaak
  • Vardaan
  • Bhago Bhokal aaya
  • Kaal Raat
  • Prithvi Chhodh Bhokal
  • Lutera Bhokal
  • Singhasan Mera
  • Asthi Shastra
  • Khoon karega Khoon
  • Sapno Ki Chabi
  • Kachhua Kawach
  • Mrityu Beej
  • Raaj Karega Shaitan
  • Ghar aaya Shootan
  • Shaitaan Chakra
  • Amrit Nahi Milega
  • Bhagya Lekhni
  • Ladna Seekho
  • Bisaat
  • Sammohan Ghat
  • Guru Bhokal
  • Kobi Dakshina
  • Pratham Bhokal
  • Pari Janm
  • Dev Yuddh
  • Bhokal Janm
  • Mahaguru Bhokal
  • Dhikkar
  • Antardwand
  • Yugandhar
  • Sarvanayak

Pari Rakshak Bhokal : Comics List[edit]

  • Kaal
  • Kaal Dansh
  • Kaal ka Jaal
  • Ant Kaal
  • Pari Rakshak Bhokal
  • Saat Ajube
  • Baba Yaga
  • Cindrella
  • Nightingale

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