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What were your favorite comic books and video games?

What were your favorite comic books and video games while growing up?

I loved Chacha Chaudhary, Pinky, and Bill00 when I was a kid, along with Amar Chitra Katha that used to had moral stories. Mythological stories were also one of my favorites.

In the teens, I came across Archies comics and became a massive fan of Jughead Jones. Also, I read a lot of superman, phantom, mandrake, and spiderman comics. Spiderman is my favorite to date.

The reading hobby from childhood eventually turned into a more serious reading habit. Today, I love reading mythology, sales and marketing, autobiographies, history and culture, philosophy, psychology, and spirituality.

At the same time, I used to love video games from Atari and Nintendo. Some of my favorites were Pac-man, Missile Command, Space Invaders, Super Mario, Pinball, and Donkey Kong.

I still play Super Mario once in a while and Subway Surfer when I am in the mood to enjoy a good game. Oh, and once in a while, I try to read Archies and Chacha Chaudhary too but can’t read more than a couple of pages, LOL.

Share, what were your favorite comics books and video games? Do you still read comics and play video games?

2 replies on “What were your favorite comic books and video games?”

Yes Jitesh,
I agree 💯 with you as I have very fond of reading comics chacha chaudhary, aladin and story books Vikram Baital, Akbar Birbal and all historic book of ancient india.
Later on this intrest come to wednesday purty of Gujarat samachar “shatadal” annd safary magazin which based on science and facts and I always do QA of it and lot many times my questions published in it.

Today I am looking my childhood intrest of reading converted into book reading habit, this is not overnight process but evaluation over time.

Thank you, Punit. I can see where your current reading habits are coming from. Thanks for sharing your insight on how reading habit evolves over the period of time. It’s a great learning to see how we start with something basic and then we move towards more complex things.

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