Karan Vir's Dashaavtar and Moksha was launched at Delhi on April 10 at Oxford book store by Mr. Gurcharan Das Gupta, a reknowned Indian author and Mr. Karan Vir Arora, CEO of Vimanika Comics. Judging by the response of the fans and the media, the event was a resounding success.
Mr. Dasgupta stressed on the need to look up to our indigenious and virtous heroes in todays world when the moral values have reached a nadir. He also lamented the fact that Indians are hesitant to embrace their own culture and the glorious past. He applauded the efforts of Mr. Karan Vir Arora for recreating the Indian mythology with authencity and style and predicted a bright future for Vimanika Comics.
Mr. Karan Vir thanked all the loyal fans who were waiting eagerly for the launch of Dashaavtar. True to his promise, he unveiled a visual delight of Indian art and an authentic form of storytelling. During the interaction session he shared his passion for Indian Mythology and Indian superheroes emphasising their relevence in their current scenarios. The enthusiastic fans interacted on a host of topics ranging from style of artwork, future titles, plot lines and the message conveyed in these Graphic Novels. Gaurav an enthusiastic fan aged only eight showed his comics strips on mythological characters which drew a wide applause from Mr. Karan Vir and the Vimanika team.
The eager fans jostled for their autographed copy of Dashaavtar and Moksha with a few lucky ones managing to get personal snaps with Mr. Karan Vir. The event was covered by the leaders in print and electronic media.
After the successful delhi launch, the action shifts to Chandigarh. Catch all you Vimanikans in Chandigarh.