Media Coverage

Campfire bags four awards in Comic Con Awards 2014
Campfire, an imprint of Delhi-based Kalyani Navyug Media, has bagged four top honours at the Comic Con India Awards, 2014, which were announced recently. The awards are ‘Best Graphic Novel of the Year’, ‘Best Writer’, ‘Best Artist’ and ‘Best Colorist’. Interestingly, three of the awards, Best Graphic Novel, Writer and Artist, went to Alan Cowsill’s World War One: 1914–1918, with illustrations by Lalit Kumar Sharma.…

Book Review and Author Interview
Genesis: a Graphic Novel
In the age of turning classic books into graphic novels, it was only a matter of time until someone looked at the Bible to do the same. That's not a bad thing. The Bible is confusing. Among Christian communities it's prescribed as required reading for children, but who can really keep up?... Of course there are other factors that are debated and controversial that weren't included in this novel (perhaps for good reason)…. Star rating: Five of Five. I hope for more in the future…

Kevin's Meandering Mind
They Changed the World: Edison-Tesla-Bell
I really enjoyed this nonfiction graphic novel — They Changed the World: Edison-Tesla-Bell – for the way it pulls together the stories of these three pioneering inventors as they worked to bring ideas to fruition that ultimately did change the world in so many ways…

The Diamond Bookshelf: The Graphic Novel Resource for Educators & Librarians
They Changed the World: Edison-Tesla-Bell
Dr. Katie Monnin, an Associate Professor of Literacy at the University of North Florida, reviews Campfire’s They Changed the World: Edison-Tesla-Bell. Besides enjoying reading comic books and graphic novels, Dr. Monnin enjoys a Peter Pan-ish life of researching and writing her own books about teaching comics, graphic novels, and cartoons. Read on to find out what she has to say about this biography of three great scientists.

2014 South Asia Book Award (SABA) for Children's and Young Adult Literature
Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums
Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums was selected as an Honor Book for the 2014 SABA Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature. Honorable Mention recognizes books that contended as finalists for the award. The 2014 SABA Award Ceremony will be held in conjunction with the 43rd Annual Conference on South Asia in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 6:30-8 pm.

The Making of Gandhi: my life is my message
Mint TV visited Campfire Studios
Writer Jason Quinn and artist Sachin Nagar discuss the making of Gandhi: my life is my message with Mint TV. Visit the link to watch the video!

Review- Gandhi: my life is my message
Fire Ezine, UK
Gandhi is one of the most significant individuals of the Twentieth Century. He has frequently been misquoted and misunderstood. A shy and unassuming lawyer, Gandhi transformed himself into the leader of India's freedom movement and was struck down at the moment of his greatest triumph. His inspiring story has been told in this new graphic novel, presented in a form that is easy for the young reader to absorb.

Millennium Post
Gandhi: My Life is my Message | Repackaging the Mahatma
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is an integral part of the Indian consciousness, if such a thing ever existed. School curriculums have played a part in inculcating this ‘common consciousness’, about the man, who gave this nation independence from colonial rule…

Time Out Mumbai
Gandhigiri illustrated: An interesting new graphic novel by Jason Quinn chronicles the life of Mahatma Gandhi
Enough has been written, filmed and spoken about Mahatma Gandhi for people to want a break from the subject. British-born Jason Quinn, creative head of Campfire Graphic Novels though, has attempted to bring to life Gandhi’s journey in an engaging graphic novel, Gandhi – My Life Is My Message. For one man to fight the largest empire in the world by non-violent means is no small feat…

Gandhi Launch
Gandhi Smriti - 14th November 2013
Dr. Rajmohan Gandhi will be launching the novel at Gandhi Smriti on 14th November, 2013.

Pride & Prejudice
Animation Express - 11th July 2013
The First Edition of Comic Con Hyderabad will see the debut of Campfire Graphic Novel’s Latest, Pride & Prejudice. For getting a deeper insight into the must see ingredients of this graphic novel,’s Zeenia Boatwala had a chat with Jason Quinn- Creative Content Head at Campfire Graphic Novels.

DNA India - 31st July 2013
Making it’s way to readers in September is a classic romantic tale — Pride and Prejudice — in the form of a glossy, magazine-size graphic novel from Campfire Graphic Novels.

Julius Caesar
Animation Express - 24th June 2013
Most of us would agree that deciding on which genre will really click in the graphic novel medium takes a lot of thought and redefining classic literature into this format can be extremely difficult, especially when you have to keep in mind the taste of today’s readers. But, Campfire Graphic Novels manage to do this again and again, bringing out a whole library of gripping reads with the very latest one being William Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’, a 112 page graphic novel.

Mother Teresa
Kirkus Reviews - April 10th 2013
Mother Teresa shines brightly both figuratively and literally in this graphic portrait of her life and mission.

Steve Jobs
DNA India - 7th September 2012
Biographies are usually read as thick novels with intricate details of the life of a personality. This graphic novel is an interesting take on a classic biography. It takes us through the life of Apple genius Steve Jobs in a vibrant and visual manner, which will particularly be a pull for young readers who shudder at the thought of a 500-page read.

Anthill Online - 3rd September 2012
To capture the life and personality of a man like Jobs in graphical form, and in less than 100 pages, is a daunting task. Quinn and Tayal, whose previous works include The Jungle Book and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves: Reloaded, have done a commendable job.

Kirkus Reviews - 22nd July 2012
An unsparing yet also very human graphic depiction of Steve Jobs’ life. It is no secret that Jobs was a hard case, but Quinn’s work displays him in all his tempestuousness: as extreme and antagonistic as he was meticulous and inspired. Tayal’s smartly paced, round-edged, clean panels convey the tension and urgency Jobs brought to his projects, his brash and abrasive exterior balanced by thought bubbles that reveal even rawer emotions and a drive that feels combustible.