Comixense is a comics quarterly aimed primarily at teenagers between 12 and 17 years old, launched in April 2021. The magazine touches upon all aspects of life that young people in India encounter today – presented in a manner that credits their intelligence, imagination, and empathy.

Each issue of the magazine will contain a bunch of stories related to a broad theme. The current issue examines concepts of fakeness and truth, through the stories listed below.


Vol 3 Issue 1 Apr-Jun 20232

Volume 3 Issue 1

This issue contains six stories between the real and the false. In Pseudonym, a cartoonist is faced with a dilemma that pits his work against his identity. In My Fake Boyfriend, a young girl struggles with having to lie to live life on her terms. In Ubumuntu, we witness how Sula Karuhimbi used deception to save lives during the Rwanda genocide. Muhnochwa is a fictionalised story based on the infamous monster mania that gripped parts of Uttar Pradesh in 2002. The Sale follows the hopes and fears of a farmer couple and their barnyard animals as the former contemplate a life change. Behroopiya is the real-life story of Nain Singh, who assumed multiple disguises in the service of the Great Trigonometrical Survey.



Volume 2 Issue 2 Jul-Sept 2022

Volume 2 Issue 1 April-June 2022

Volume 1 Issue 4 January-March 2022

Volume 1 Issue 2 July-September 2021

Volume 1 Issue 2 July-September 2021

Volume 1 Issue 1 April-June 2021


What's Wrong with this Picture?
This issue’s wraparound cover is made up of 36 ‘wrong’ things. Can you spot them all?


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