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Early life[ edit ] Narayan Debnath in his study. Narayan Debnath was born and spent most of his life living in Shibpur , Howrah , India. His family hailed from Bikrampur in what is now in Bangladesh but had migrated to Shibpur before his birth. In an interview published by Laalmati Publication in Narayan Debnath Comics Samagra, Debnath confessed that he was interested in visual arts from a very early age. The family business was retailing gold and he had ample scope to design patterns for jewellery.
He did not continue to get his degree but instead discontinued in his final year. For the next few years he freelanced for advertising agencies creating movie slides and logos. The four volumes of Narayan Debnath Comics Samagra provide rich information about the life of the author. In he was introduced to Dev Sahitya Kutir , a major publishing house through a friend.
He began as a freelancing comics-artist and soon went for comics on his own. Introduction to comics[ edit ] The suggestion to work in comics in Bengali came from the editors at Dev Sahitya Kutir. Debnath had been familiar with foreign comics, but comics in Bengal, to his belief, had yet to take off.
Handa-Bhonda became an instant success and continues to be printed in Shuktara every month. Handa-Bhonda was initially penciled and inked by Debnath and had no coloured frames.
Later it would be printed in the grey-scale. The name came to him instantly and he thought up the figure of the protagonist rapidly. Development of the genre[ edit ] Narayan Debnath When the Bangladesh War of Liberation flared up, he was asked by the editors and publishers to add an aura of invincibility. He made Bantul a superhero able to take on tanks, aircraft, and missiles. Bullets began to bounce off of him. Bantul is still drawn by Debnath for Shuktara. He had started his freelancing artist career from in Suktara magazine and did the record of doing highest number of illustrations in Bengal.
He was a renowned illustrator during his time. His work for Tarzan stories continuous for 42 years!
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