What does Raat (Night) sets a reminder of? Terror? Darkness? Fear? Disturbing peace?
What if Raat (Night) was a time which sent chills in the body and mind of terror-spreading criminals?
What if it was a time to fight injustice, evil, and chaos in the society? In the comic book series Raat, the protagonist did just that. Made by Wasiq Haris, who additionally served as a chief for the comic book series Team Muhafiz, Raat is a young lady who fights crime in her city - without any assistance.
The comic, which is accessible online for free, has just had its first issue released.
Despite the fact that not a great deal has been uncovered about the character in the primary issue, the depiction lets you know that she's a standard native in the city of 'Kolachi.' Nourished up of the wrongdoing and frailty in the city, she tries to make a move.
At the point when battling evil, like all superheroes, she shrouds her character. She has dark paint spread around her eyes and wears a colossal veil to finish her alarming look. At home, she's an incredible inverse - the cherishing Baaji - of her child sister.
A nearby take a gander at the work of art, and you'll see the exertion that has been put into the points of interest to make the whole environment look as neighborhood as could be expected under the circumstances.
You see splits in dividers, waste on streets, and clippings of Dawn daily paper's features glued on the walls of the protagonist's home.