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worldoo.com launches doo Comics

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MUMBAI: worldoo.com, India's first online ecosystem for kids, have announced the launch of doo Comics. The comic will be exclusively available on worldoo.com.



worldoo.com will create 8 parts of the series "The Discovery of worldoo" and the first edition of the same is named as "The Last Mission". worldoo.com will release one edition of these series each month and will also add some new titles over the course of the next year.



The first comic talks about worldoo's peace-loving character - Nakamota, a topography expert and his efforts to find some help for him to get back to city from the island where he was stuck after his plane had crashed during the World War II.



"We are thrilled to launch the first digital edition of The Last Mission on worldoo.com, as we have always embraced original ideas from our own character(s). With the launch of doo Comics on worldoo.com, we see it as a continuation of our on-going commitment to delivering quality, original experiences online to the kids", said worldoo.com experience & brand head Harsh Wardhan Dave.



worldoo.com's mission is to take comic books far beyond the printed page and into the digital world. With worldoo's wide online following, it is hopeful to help bring its stories to millions of new readers every week.



Worldoo.com got a good response from kids on the digital platform, within the launch of two months the website attracted 18,000+ kids in a short span of time. Worldoo.com has got around 1.13 lakh unique visitors and over 2.5 million page views till now. Kids are loving worldoo.com - as a result, average time spent is close to nine minutes and 11 page views are happening per visit, which is very encouraging for the platform.

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