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SAB TV unveils new issues of SAB ke Comics at Comic Con

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MUMBAI: SAB TV, India’s most loved family entertainment channel is geared up to be a quintessential part of a Comicon this Christmas season at Bombay Exhibition Center Nesco Compound, Goregaon East. SAB TV has taken an innovative step to launch SAB Ke Comics a comic illustration of SAB TV characters and popular shows in the vastly popular annual comic convention happening in Mumbai. SAB Ke Comics is published by Pepper Script Publishing and would now be available on ground and online sale as well.

SAB TV believes in wholesome family entertainment and bringing a smile to the face of every member in the family. With this special initiative along with Pepper Script Publishing SAB TV is going to be a part of Comic Con the entire weekend with an attractive stall that shall display the range of comics on offer for connoisseurs.  The new issues 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 of SAB Ke Comics Books are all set to be unveiled at 1:30 PM on 19th December, 2014. Present on this exciting occasion would be children’s favorite Rani Pari - Sudeepa Singh and Dev Joshi aka Baal Veer, children’s favorite superhero that will also be a part of the unveiling of the SAB Ke Comic Books. The new issues of SAB Ke Comic books are attractively priced at Rs. 100 each.

Comic Con is India’s biggest comic fare which is held across multiple cities in India. SAB TV & Pepper Script publishing felt this would be the perfect platform to bring across the comic book to the comic book readers and fans. Further to the inauguration of the comics by Sudeepa Singh and Dev Joshi, they will also offer autographed copies of the comics to the fans visiting the convention. The SAB ke Comics shall be available at Comic Con for all the 3 days wherein the stall shall also be visited by other SAB TV actors on the other days. The culmination of SAB ke comics is another facet of SAB TV’s philosophy “Asli Mazaa SAB Ke Saath Hai”.

Get ready to be a part of this magical expedition this weekend with multiple SAB TV stars who would be present on this occasion to give out signed copies of these new comics to their fans!

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