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Suppandi is a comic character  in Tinkle comics. Suppandi, a village simpleton, is still considered the most famous among the characters appearing in Tinkle. Suppandi made his debut in January, 1983.


Suppandi was one of the first characters to have appeared in Tinkle and has been a popular figure amongst children and adults alike, for almost three decades. He is all about proactive thinking with a natural talent to bungle everything.

Unlike other Tinkle characters, he was not originally conceptualized by the creators of the magazine. He was born out of 3 narrative stories sent by Sameer Salman from Trichy. The concept was rendered into comics format in Tinkle studios, with the illustrations by one of the famous yesteryear artists, Ram Waeerkar.

Ram Waeerkar carried on drawing for Suppandi till the early 2003, after which it is now being taken care by Ram Waeerkarís talented daughter, Archana Amberkar.

Even though stories of dimwits have always had a universal appeal, Suppandi fans would not describe him as one. He is more of a simpleton who gets into troubles because he insists on thinking for himself, than being dictated by the orders of his master.

As an example, in the very first story, where his mistress wants him to call a doctor as she has a fever, but instead of following orders as any other domestic help would, he gets a brainwave and decides to treat her himself. The consequences of course are, as expected, disastrous. But tales have also been published which show him over obedient such as not switching on the scooter's headlight at night to save electricity, thus reducing the electricity bill!

Some Suppandi tales: Once Suppandi's new master was a miser who had got a friend visiting him, being a miser he had told Suppandi to give him only half of whatever the guest asked for. Suppandi followed his instructions and everything went alright till the guest asks him for the magazine in which the master's article was published, eager to follow his masters instructions he gives him only half the magazine!

Doctor: You have 206 bones in your body.
Suppandi: Don't tell loudly.
Doctor: Why?
Suppandi: My dog is just outside, if he hears then I am finished.

Master:why are you spreading sugar under your pillow?
Suppandi: So that I may have sweet dreams,master.

Owing to the popularity of the character, the quarterly magazine Suppandi 48 was launched by Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) media in July 2010.

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