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    12 Indian Webcomics Every Twentysomething Should Be Reading Right Now

    Procrastinate away.

    1. Homewards

    Siddharth Sengupta and Arjun Jassal's brilliant semi-autobiographical series deals with the emotions every young Indian feels when they leave home.

    2. Royal Existentials

    Facebook: royalexistentials

    Do you often find yourself in the throes of a quarter-life crisis, wondering what it even means to be human? Here, stop for a minute and have a good laugh.

    3. Tau

    Sreejita Biswas A.K.A. Solo's webcomic combines psychedelic art with some pretty compelling thoughts. It also helps if you believe in aliens.

    4. Green Humour

    Facebook: GreenHumour

    Cartoonist Rohan Chak uses his skills to remind us that it's high time we take wildlife and nature conversation seriously.

    5. Totes Pototes

    Facebook: TotesPototes

    Shreanca Bhattacharjee doesn't give a rat's ass about what you think. Not for the faint hearted, but a treasure trove for everyone who enjoys inappropriate humour.

    6. Bakarmax

    Facebook: bakarcomic

    Delhi resident Sumit Kumar has been making comics for a while now. His latest venture frequently blurs the lines between east and west to hilarious effect.

    7. The Testimonial Comics

    Facebook: testimonialcomic

    A well illustrated webcomic with some crazy ideas, mostly dealing with life, Bollywood and rajma chawal.

    8. Garbage Bin

    Facebook: garbagebin

    One of the biggest webcomics in India, Garbage Bin's simple style and humour will remind you of the simpler times.

    9. The Girl Who Smokes Pot

    This comic, made by the anonymous Lelcomix, is a perfect read for any twenty-year-old who enjoys a bit of the high life.

    10. The Vigil Idiot

    Facebook: thevigilidiot

    Sahil Rizwan sacrifices his peace of mind and reviews the most confusing movies in Bollywood, so that you don't have to go through the process of watching it.

    11. Norinder Mudi

    Facebook: norinderpls

    A page that cracks the jokes you're too afraid to make. So you can share it with your friends and act all forward-thinking and stuff.

    12. Inedible India

    Facebook: inedibleindia1

    Inspired by Royal Existentials, this comic turns important social commentary into a humorous conversation using old paintings of pretty much anything.

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