2013-12-14 07:29:15 - The Caravan, a horror graphic novel by Shamik Dasgupta, can now be read in the form of an Android app.
Bending Light (www.bendinglight.in) has released The Caravan - A Graphic Novel on Google Play store. The app will allow users to read the horror graphic novel The Caravan on their mobiles and tablets. The graphic novel pages will be delivered in an optimized format to best fit the screen size and density of the user's device. Also in the app, the users can read the graphic novel either in panel mode (for small screen devices) or in page mode (for tablets). Reading the novel panel by panel using panel mode does away with the need to zoom in on small screens and makes the reading experience smoother.
You can download the app here: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.bendinglight.thecrvn
About The Caravan:
The Caravan is a horror graphic
novel published by Yali Dream Creations and Anitracks Media. It is written by Shamik Dasgupta who wrote the highly acclaimed Ramayana 3392 A.D. series.
The Caravan's trailer:
'For ages a coven of vampires travel the deserts of Rajasthan under the guise of a Caravan of Nautanki or a Gypsy Circus. They lure the unsuspecting villagers to invite them to perform and through the course of the night feed on every living soul. Their heinous deeds go undetected for years, possibly even centuries until a boy named Asif survives their attack.
Years later the boy grows up to be a smuggler across the border, and on afateful day he gets arrested. Jai, the custodian cop and Asif get stranded in the desert and find shelter in a fort run by border security force and their volatile and violent Officer in Charge, Daroga Bhairo Singh.
As night creeps forth, the caravan of vampires appear once again on the horizon. Asif becomes terrified and tries to warn them but no one believes him. Instead, mesmerized by the glamour of the Nautanki, they make the fatal mistake of inviting them to the fort. What follows is a night drenched in blood as the vampires begin their massacre. Asif has escaped the Caravan once, but can he pull off that impossible trick again?'