Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Bhokal | Raj Comics

Bhokal is a fictional character who can easily be hailed as the most successful ancient age superhero of Raj Comics. He is a legendary winged warrior prince of a fictional fabled fairyland. He descended to earth on a private mission and landed in Vikasnagar, becoming a zealous defender of interests of Vikasnagar. Real name Rajkumar(Prince) Alop, Bhokal appeared first in a seven comic series along with his friends Tureen (with whom he falls in love), Shootan and Atikrur. He killed his rival Fuchang who was responsible for death of his parents. 
Bhokal can summon the 'Bhokal-Shakti', the power of his teacher, Mahaguru Bhokal, by hailing his name in battle, shouting 'Jai Mahaguru Bhokal'. He acquires super-human physical attributes, apart from receiving the mystical Sword and Shield of his master. The Sword is capable of cutting through most of the then-known materials and elements, making it one of the greatest weapons of its time. It can also be used to emit 'Jwala-Shakti', a mystical fire from its edge, which is known to burn away almost anything in a matter of seconds. The Shield is capable of blocking any physical or supernatural attack and also allows its wielder to fly via the Shield. He once wielded the weapon Prahara on his forehead, in memory of its previous owner and Bhokal's deceased wife, Turin. It granted him psychic powers.
Bhokal married thrice; first with Turin and then Rupsi(who could communicate with animals) and Saloni(a skilled archer). Although he never loved the other two as much as he loved Turin, bound by vow to protect them, he can never leave them. Turin was the owner of the magical weapon prahara . Turin was killed by Himraj in the Himalayan valleys. Bhokal was out in the battlefields fighting for his adopted country and could not save her. Later in Saat Sawaal he goes in search of her soul and finally he gets back his beloved Turin in Laut Aayi Turin. His friend Shootan was the sammohan-samrat...who could hypnotise anyone and anything with his eyes. He married Venu who started her career as a child-kidnapper but after falling in love with Shootan transfromed herself for the better and then fought many a battle alongside her husband, Bhokal, Turin, etc., she carried a flute that could mesmerise anybody and get converted into a battle axe if summoned. Shootan was killed by his enemies in Chitaghati. But after many years he came back in Ghar Aaya Shootan under mysterious circumstances and it ws not very clear whether he was the same Shootan or some impersonator. Another friend Atikrur, the wielder of the dantak has the strength of 10 elephants and can flatten mountains with his blows. He married Peku Pakodia but later on his appearances with Bhokal dwindled after he went back to his planet. His other friends and allies include the magician Tilli, his guide Gajo-Bajo, the man with the power of totems - Totka and the children of King Vikasmohan and Rani Mohini. Bhokal also had two sons and a daughter, who died by the conspiracy of Kaljantri.


Aakhetak


Aakhiri Nishaani


Aatmhatya


Amrit Nahin Milega


Ant
Antardwand



Asthishashtra


Atikrur


Atikrur aur Gajokh
Atyachari



Bauna Bhokal


Bawandar


Bhaago Bhokal Aya


Bhaag Ja Bhokal


Bhagya Vidhata


Bhagyalekhani
Bhokal aur Fuchang


Bhokal Bana Kankaal


Bhokal Banega Raja


Bhokal Gayab



Bhokal Ka Bhukamp


Bhokal Ka Kaal


Bhokal Mera Ghulam
Bhokal Nahin Harega


Bhokal Tilism Men


Bhokal


Bhokaljeet


Bhokal Shishya


Bhoot Bhavisya



Bhootkaal


Bisaat
Chaandaal


Chchaddam


Chamatkari Bhokal


Chchal


Chudail Maa



Dankini


Dharnidhar


Dhikkar
Divya Charan


Divyastra


Durbhiksh


Durgma
Ek Aur Bheesm


Faansi Do Bhokal Ko


Fuchang


Ghar Aya Shutan
Guneek


Guru Dakshina


Gurutwa


Hatya Karunga Men
Ja Lalkaar Maut Ko


Jaal


Jal Utha Registan


Janjaal
Jigar Ka Tukda


Jo Jeeta So Haaraa


Jwalashakti


Kaal Kundli
Kaal Raat


Kaal Vashibhoot


Kaali Kanthi


Kaaljantri
Kaalkoot


Kachchua Kawach


Kachchua Mahal


Kalanka
Kapala


Kapalika


Kaun Banega Raja


Khatron Ki Dharti
Khaufnak Khel


Khoon Karega Khoon


Kilari Ka Rahasya


Kubda Shaitan
Laghughaati


Laut Aayi Tureen
Maarkesh


Maat
Mahaguru Bhokal



Maharavan


Mahayoddha
Mahayuddh


Men Hatyara Hoon


Men Vachan Deta Hoon


Mar Gaya Shutan
Mayajaal


Mohra


Mritsanjeevani


Mrityujeet
Mrityunjay


Mrityusanket


Narakjaal


Nasht


Patal Hatyara


Parakrami



Piku Pakodiya


Prithvi Chchodd Bhokal


Putla Tantra
Raajlakshmi


Raktpaat


Rannchchodd


Ret Ka Bhokal


Saat Sawaal
Sabse Bada Hatyara


Shaadi Nahin Hogi
Shaitan Buddhe


Shaitan Beta


Shaitan Ki Maa
Shaitan Vriksh


Shaktishaali


Shani Ka Putra


Shutan
Shutan Ki Shaadi


Tantra


Teen Chudailen


Tilism Toot Gaya
Tilisma


Tilismi Olampak


Trikaal


Trishaap
Tureen


Vajraa


Vardaan


Vikanda
Vishwa Rakshak


Yah Shadyantra Hai


Yuddh Jeetunga Men


Yuddh Nahin Ladunga


Zeharghaati