graphic novelists

  • A candid chat with graphic novelist and artist Sarnath Banerjee

    Writer and artist Sarnath Banerjee on the upcoming screening of his films, his discomfort with today's India, and why we need 'reading Sherpas'

  • The storyteller as artist! Graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee on his new gig

    Sarnath Banerjee on graphic storytelling, and drawing gardens for the walls of Deutsche Bank's London office

  • The 5th Mumbai Comic Con: A big fat fantasy party

    As the Mumbai Film and Comic Con 2015 enters its fifth year, artists, graphic novelists, publishers and fans speak about their love for comics, comic merchandise and cosplay

  • Graphic novelist Appupen's sketches of Thanedar, Himachal Pradesh

    the guide invited Appupen, creator of the Halahala graphic novel series, to share sketches that took shape during his work projects to scenic Thanedar in Himachal Pradesh. We present a selection

  • Vasco da Gama in New York

    Berlin-based graphic novelist, Sarnath Banerjee, created a buzz at the big-ticket Frieze Art Fair in New York. In an email interview, he tells Fiona Fernandez about his work and the intriguing feedback for his artwork

  • It's raining dogs and dogs

    The many sides of dog lovers, canines musing on life and dogs in a post-apocalyptic world — a new anthology co-edited by Vidyun Sabhaney and Jeremy Stoll features compelling works on the four-legged creatures by five Indian and five US writers and artists, writes Kareena Gianani

  • I am here for you Shia LaBeouf: Jaden Smith

    Hollywood star Will Smith's son Jaden says he would always be there for troubled actor Shia LaBeouf, who has been caught up in a lot of controversies lately

  • A candid chat with graphic novelist Vishwajyoti Ghosh

    Vishwajyoti Ghosh, curator of the book This Side That Side opens up talks about the need for re-telling the story of Partition

  • Must catch events this weekend

    Graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee and musician Ashutosh Phatak have collaborated on an exhibition of satirical works that draw from consumer products and icons of the '70s and '80s. The show, titled The Psychic Plumber and Other Lies, displays a series of works at Lower Parel's Blue Frog Studios, each with a headset attached to it that plays Phatak's compositions

  • The un-caped crusader

    Supermom handles house pressures brilliantly without wearing a cape

  • Sarnath gets graphic

    Graphic novelist Sarnath Banarjee talks about his drawings for Little Zizou before flying off to the Heart of Darkness