Shamik Dasgupta

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Shamik Dasgupta (born August 28, 1982 in Calcutta) is an Indian comic book writer. He has done work for Virgin Comics, specifically for Ramayan 3392 A.D.[1] a series based on the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana and set in a distant future. He has also written a one shot horror graphic novel called Virulents.[2]

He is the editor in chief of Arkin Comics, a popular 3D comic book in India which is custom made to feature the comic reader.

In 2012 he started working on a graphic novel named 'The Caravan' for Yali Dream Creations. This was released in 2013. The Caravan is a horror graphic novel written by Shamik Dasgupta. Dasgupta described it as "a classic horror/action/adventure in the trend of From Dusk till Dawn and 30 Days of Night copiously coated with spicy Bollywood masala."[3] For the same publisher, he did the graphic novel adaptation 'Devi Chaudhurani', which was originally written by Bankim Chandra Chatterji [4]


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