A lot of already has been written in print media as obituary about these two hence i don't wish to add more in it except posting here some of the unseen vintage pix and interview/article about these two deceased actors taken from magazines of 60's.
Friends,late Lee Falk wrote a total of 150 Sunday Strips and 195 Daily Strips,means a total of 345 strips in all.Times of India publication published 105 Sunday and 111 Daily Strips under banner of Indrajal comics in both English and Hindi language,meaning that a total of 216 strips out of 345 were published in Hindi,thus leaving behind 129 strips which were never published in Hindi in India(except a very few which were published by Diamond comics publication).
Friends as you all know that Comic World is going to complete four years of blogging and will enter into 5th year of its existence on February 4th,to celebrate this occasion a special post is being prepared which will contain loads of rare comics(as expected) and many other features such as articles supported by in depth analysis of comic,brain storming quizzes,vintage ads from vintage and rare magazines and much much more.
At this point of time i only wish to announce that 4th anniversary post will also containing the famous Inspector Azad strip,'Daud',by Abid Surti and Pratab Mulick.
Well,friends 'Daud' is that particular strip by which showman Rajkapoor was very much impressed and decided to make a movie on it but unfortunately due to some unavoidable circumstance the movie couldn't be canned of.
The scan posted below is a part of 'Daud' which was been published serially by The Illustrated Weekly Of India,have a look.
First of all belated but heartiest and warm wishes for the new year to all of the comic lovers throughout the world.
To celebrate the occasion presented herewith is a rare comic for all of you which i hope you all will like.