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Sunday, September 24, 2017

10 years ago...


Supriya Tyagi -" On this day one decade back, Indian cricket witnessed an unprecedented transform when they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the final of inaugural T20 WC, solely by holding their nerves. This victory booked a special place in the hearts of millions of Cricket lovers, for a very young team without its greats, lead by a new captain outclassed teams with far better names.

While Saurav Ganguly as the captain of Indian Cricket Team turned them into fighters from strugglers, it was only Mahendra Singh Dhoni who turned them into Champions from fighters as their captain, and it was this World Cup through which he amplified his silent arrival. Needless to say India carries the same soul of Champions even today. This World Cup gave us unforgettable moments, future heroes and probably the best captain Indian team ever had. As a fan, I remember India getting crowned as World Champions for the first time (even though in T20s), and celebrating the unmatched joy with roommates. :)"

Friday, September 22, 2017

...more ACBA


Articulated Comic Book Art - Varian Cahyadi
Coulson: "This much Kryptonite?"
Joker: "You know he is too strong for all of us..."
#crossover

Monday, September 18, 2017

Articulated Comic Book Art


‎Keith Seymour‎
"Gotta catch Meow-tu!"
#anime #comics #cartoons
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Simon Hill
Juggernaut Vs Spider-Man 
#SS #SimpleSunday

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

#FanArt Aurora (Child of Light)


Jose Enverga Dalisay V‎
 Aurora (CHILD OF LIGHT), My fanart of the unique RPG by ubisoft, and I actually enjoyed painting this because of the hair. I hate symmetry though, so I hope this works. C&C are welcome!

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Novel: The Dog Stars (Peter Heller)

Published - 2013, Language - English, Paperback, Pages - 416
ISBN13: 9780755392629

Hig, bereaved and traumatised after global disaster, has three things to live for - his dog Jasper, his aggressive but helpful neighbour, and his Cessna aeroplane. He's just about surviving, so long as he only takes his beloved plane for short journeys, and saves his remaining fuel. But, just once, he picks up a message from another pilot, and eventually the temptation to find out who else is still alive becomes irresistible. So he takes his plane over the horizon, knowing that he won't have enough fuel to get back. What follows is scarier and more life-affirming than he could have imagined. And his story, THE DOG STARS, is a book unlike any you have ever read.