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Fighter Toads

Fighter Toads

Fighter Toads are fictional toads features in Raj Comics. They were created by writer Nitin Mishra.[1]

Publication history

Inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, these characters became popular in their very first year.[1] These comic books were produced in an oversized format at first, but have been reduced to normal size. Generally Anupam Sinha draws and writes Fighter Toads' comic books but in between for some time cartoonist Dilip Chaubey also had taken the seat.

Fictional biography

Their individual names are Computerr, Masterr, Cuterr and Shooterr ("terr" is the sound that toads make in Hindi comics). These were created by "Shilpatri", a resident of swarna nagari, which is a place where swarna manavas live. These swarna manavas, especially Dhananjay are friends of Super Commando Dhruva, another Raj Comics character.

List of Comics

  • Fighter toads

  • Khoon chor (Blood thief)

  • Jali Note (Fake Currency)

  • Champaion

  • Karorepati (Millionaire)

  • Mushakraj (The Mouse King)

  • Rapstar

  • kabadnagar (City of Crap)

  • Nai dilli (New Delhi)

  • Brain drain

  • Shaitan tamatar (satan tomato)

  • Jeetega bhai jeetega (Winner will be )

  • Gutter humara hai (Gutter belongs to us)

  • Chandni chouk to China

  • All the Best

  • Toad Virus

  • Time machine

  • Professor tamjham

  • Sone ki lanka

  • Seher musibat me

  • Super star

  • Disko chor

  • Toad bhai

  • Lock kiya jaye

  • Super toads

  • Satte pe Satta

  • Patla ho ja re

  • Loan le le

  • Credit Card

Other Appearances

  • WCGNN: World Comics & Graphic Novels News

  • Fighter Toads (Trendy Baba Series, Book # 04)

  • Indian Comics Fandom Magazine

  • Fang Magazine

  • Heroes in Real Harsh World Series


Citation Linkbooks.google.comEqbal, Saif; Kaur, Raminder (2018). Adventure Comics and Youth Cultures in India. Taylor & Francis. p. 92. ISBN 9780429784316. Retrieved 13 September 2019.
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