About the book
Ramayan: 3392 Ad In The Clutches of Baali-The Monster King Volume 3 A story thousands of years in the making . . . A re-imagining of one of the greatest tales ever . . . Retold in a post-apocalyptic future . . . Rama, the prince of Armagar, was exiled from his home for surrendering the fort of Janasthan to Ravans forces. During his exile Rama comes to become the protector of Seeta, the daughter of mother earth. After Seeta was kidnapped by the asura prime, Ravan, Rama wanders aimlessly for a year serving as a mercenary for the rebels of Kishkrida led by the exiled Vanara king Shugreave. However, when the mad Vanara king Baali unleashes the dreadful and unstoppable Mahabali upon Shugreaves rebels. Rama and Shugreave decide to take back the throne from Baali, the Monster King of Kishkinda! Ramayan 3392AD is an epic adventure that has been called "Indias answer to Lord of the Rings" by Times of India, and features a surreal cast of fantastical creatures and spectacular battles, all within an astonishing quest to save humanity from darker evil than the world has ever encountered before.
About the author
Dasgupta, Kang Graphic India is a digital entertainment company focused on creating cinematic and mythic graphic novel stories with filmmakers, creators and storytellers. The company was founded by entrepreneurs, Sharad Devarajan, Gotham Chopra and Suresh Seetharaman and uses the medium of digital graphic novel publishing to develop properties for theatrical live-action films, animation and video games. Graphic India has created and is creating original graphic novels with acclaimed filmmakers and talents including John Woo, Guy Ritchie, Grant Morrison, Shekhar Kapur, Deepak Chopra, Dave Stewart, Marc Guggenheim, Jonathan Mostow, Edward Burns, Nicolas Cage, John Moore, Wes Craven, Barry Sonnenfeld, Marcus Nispel and others. The Company currently has a number of film and television projects in development based on their properties.