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Super Sikh #4
Super Sikh #4

Super Sikh #4

COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

26 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: PDF

PDF, $1.99 (US $1.99) (CA $2.99)

Publication Date: April 2017

ISBN 9781495627453

Rights: WOR

Rosarium Publishing (Apr 2017)

Not yet published. Ships 4/26/2017.
 

Overview

Meet Deep Singh. He loves Elvis and hates the Taliban. By day he works at a tech company and lives with his parents. But that's just a front. For Deep Singh is really a top secret agent for the United Nations, fighting terrorism all around the world.Secret agent Deep Singh has just seent his lifelong dream of visiting Graceland turn into a nightmare.

Author Biography

Eileen Kaur Alden is the Co-Creator and Writer of Super Sikh® Comics. She is a Sikh, a single mom, and hails from Oakland, California. Together with Co-Creator Supreet Singh Manchanda and award-winning artist Amit Tayal, the team launched Super Sikh comics with a successful kickstarter in 2015 and continues to bring the adventures of Secret Agent Deep Singh to fans all over the world. Eileen Kaur Alden is the Co-Creator and Writer of Super Sikh® Comics. She is a Sikh, a single mom, and hails from Oakland, California. Together with Co-Creator Supreet Singh Manchanda and award-winning artist Amit Tayal, the team launched Super Sikh comics with a successful kickstarter in 2015 and continues to bring the adventures of Secret Agent Deep Singh to fans all over the world. While trying to avoid the daily chores like cleaning up the elephant poop and milking the zebras (just kidding), I was a voracious reader. Of course I read stories about the Gurus and Sikh history, and I also read spy novels and adventure stories and Tin - Tin and Asterix comics and anything inspiring that would fuel my imagination. As an adult, life has taken me from Africa to Texas, London, New York, Tennessee, California, New Mexico, and countless places in between (Argentina, China, Japan - 107 countries and counting). Like many Sikhs in the west today, I consider myself to be a global citizen living in the modern world, but with strong Sikh values. I'm living a life that truly is beyond my wildest dreams as a young boy. So today, with the internet and transmedia platforms and families spread across different continents we have an ability to reduce the distance between people. It's even more important to give our kids even better stories with modern characters, who as role models can give them strength, courage and most of all hope in the complex world in which they live. This is my inspiration for Super Sikh. We have the opportunity to provide kids with adventure stories of our Sikh action hero, Secret Agent Deep Singh, a modern man maintaining strong Sikh values, a is global and with panache while fighting for justice against evil with his team the world over. I hope that Deep Singh's stories inspire our kids to imagine their own amazing destinies and global adventures, and to dream big. in a way I am still a kid at heart living vicariously through Deep Singh. Eileen Kaur Alden is the Co-Creator and Writer of Super Sikh® Comics. She is a Sikh, a single mom, and hails from Oakland, California. Together with Co-Creator Supreet Singh Manchanda and award-winning artist Amit Tayal, the team launched Super Sikh comics with a successful kickstarter in 2015 and continues to bring the adventures of Secret Agent Deep Singh to fans all over the world. While trying to avoid the daily chores like cleaning up the elephant poop and milking the zebras (just kidding), I was a voracious reader. Of course I read stories about the Gurus and Sikh history, and I also read spy novels and adventure stories and Tin - Tin and Asterix comics and anything inspiring that would fuel my imagination. As an adult, life has taken me from Africa to Texas, London, New York, Tennessee, California, New Mexico, and countless places in between (Argentina, China, Japan - 107 countries and counting). Like many Sikhs in the west today, I consider myself to be a global citizen living in the modern world, but with strong Sikh values. I'm living a life that truly is beyond my wildest dreams as a young boy. So today, with the internet and transmedia platforms and families spread across different continents we have an ability to reduce the distance between people. It's even more important to give our kids even better stories with modern characters, who as role models can give them strength, courage and most of all hope in the complex world in which they live. This is my inspiration for Super Sikh. We have the opportunity to provide kids with adventure stories of