In this engaging piece, we’ll unveil the top 10 Indian comic superheroes who’ve taken readers on thrilling escapades.
Conceived by Rajkumar Gupta in the 1980s, Nagraj debuted in “Nagraj GENL #14,” published by Raj Comics in 1986.
Dhruva’s distinctive appearance— a yellow and sky-blue costume, brown boots, and a star-buckled utility belt— is well-recognized among fans.
Another standout character from Raj Comics is Parmanu, the superhero alter ego of Inspector Vinay.
Meet another brainchild of Raj Comics,”Doga”. Based in Mumbai, Doga is recognized for his extraordinary skills in muscle development.
He also wields a fully automatic Megagun, capable of launching bullets and rockets.
Breaking into the predominantly male-dominated superhero sphere, the first female superhero on our list is Shakti.
Now let’s talk about the legendary winged warrior prince hailing from a mythical fairyland, Parilok.
Taking a patriotic turn, we introduce Tiranga, an Indian superhero whose costume reflects the tri-color of the Indian national flag.
This divine character was conjured by the gods in the 2nd century to confront the malevolent god Bala.
Amidst the backdrop of British-ruled India, he embarks on a remarkable journey, navigating his spiritual destiny.