Are the comic lovers a bunch of middle aged persons scrounging in old book shops? ‘No’, says the author. I always believed that my generation, who were…
Author: Vineeth Abraham
Piccadilly Book Stall in Delhi is a clear example of why one should never judge a bookstore by its window dressing The first thing I did…
The love for comics, the betrayal and the saga of losing a precious collection to a book thief
Vineeth Abraham recollects how a chance encounter with the benevolent book thief of Irinjalakuda has boosted his book-collecting enterprise.
The author looked down on romance novels, until he read Georgette Heyer’s Black Sheep.
A true artist of the written word, G.K. Chesterton was much more than a mystery writer.
How the great detective Sherlock Holmes captured the imagination of a little boy in a small town in Central Kerala.
How a seven-year-old boy who loathed girl comics became a fan of the genre thanks to Fleetway Group’s JSF.
Hollywood, Bollywood and Malayalam movies opened up a new world to a little boy who shifted to Trivandrum in the early 1970s.
This is the story of a boy who was initiated into the wild west at an open movie theatre inside an army Cantonment in India. This was the 1970s and raging in the air was a war.