Bond… Jamal Bond

Vol 1 Issue 3 | October-December 2021 Bond… Jamal Bond Story and art by Suhail Naqshbandi This story in Comixense was inspired by a real-life incident from May 2020, where a pigeon was ‘captured’ by villagers near the border between the Indian- and Pakistani-controlled regions of Kashmir. It was held suspect as it had a […]


On The House

Vol 1 Issue 3 | October-December 2021 On The House Story by Varud Gupta | Art by Harsho Mohan Chattoraj   On The House is not just a story for these pages. It exists as a cautionary tale of the voices around us and the inequality in India that divides us. So, if you have […]


The Pegasus Affair

Vol 1 Issue 3 | October-December 2021 The Pegasus Affair Story by Anushka Jain | Art by Rai   If you have been keeping abreast of the news cycle, you may have heard recent groundbreaking revelations made by an international consortium of news organisations, including India’s The Wire, about the extent to which illegal technological […]


Playing with Bats

Vol 1 Issue 2 | July-September 2021 Playing with Bats Story by Annie Sen Gupta | Art by Rohit Karandadi   This story uses a real-life narrative to show how everyday lives – innocent lives – can be affected by goings-on in which they have no say. The Ebola virus Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly […]


‘Making It’ Isn’t Easy

Vol 1 Issue 2 | July-September 2021 ‘Making It’ Isn’t Easy Story by Sheela Jaywant | Art by Priya Kuriyan Ever observe dogs, cats, crows and even plants? I do. All living things seem to have their own individual personalities. Some work hard, some shirk work, others are happy-go-lucky, a few are the serious types. […]


Under The Snake’s Belly

Vol 1 Issue 2 | July-September 2021 Under The Snake’s Belly Story by Salil Chaturvedi | Art by Charbak Dipta   यह शहर जब सोता है यह शहर जब सोता है ना जाने मुझे क्या होता है नज़र जाती है फुटपाथों पर सोती हुई उन लाशों पर जो सुबह जग जाती हैं किसी काम में […]



Vol 1 Issue 2 | July-September 2021 Roots Story by CG Salamander | Art by Lokesh Khodke   Uprooted There’s this story about my great grandfather. When he was fourteen or perhaps fifteen, he was tied to a tree and beaten within an inch of his life, all because he wanted to do away with […]