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Manta Ray's graphic short stories 'Mixtape' to be launched in Mumbai soon

Once upon a time, the word “mixtape” meant an audio cassette with a very personal selection of songs. Frequently, the songs had nothing in common except for the fact that the person who put them together loved every one of them.

Courtesy: Manta Ray comics and graphics novel.

Courtesy: Manta Ray comics and graphics novel.

Manta Ray’s Mixtape is a bit like that. This slim volume of “graphic shorts” – that’s short stories told using graphics – is full of beautiful illustrations and stories that range from wistful to creepy.

So far, Mixtape was only available online, but Bengaluru-based Manta Ray’s Pratheek Thomas is coming down to Mumbai this weekend, and he’s carrying a bunch of real, hold-it-in-your-hand copies Mixtape and Twelve Preludes.

These graphic novels will be launched at library and cafe Leaping Windows in Versova, Mumbai on 4 May and if you are already into reading them online and want a signed copy of it, placing a pre-order will be a good idea.

Learn more about the Manta Ray's comic and graphic novels here:

Updated Date: May 03, 2013 19:33 PM

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