Bangladesh: Laily, the first graphic novel

black and gray in conversation with Sharier Khan, about Bangladesh's first graphic novel. “Being the youngest of four brothers—my elder brothers used to tell me how Hanna-Barbara made cartoons. Upon learning about how different frames created the illusion of a movie, I acquired tissue papers (they seemed so ‘foreign’ back then) and tried to use the tissue paper strips as the animation cell and tried drawing figures on them. Off course that did not work. But I tried, didn’t I?”

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