Captain Kuro From mars and the Mad Doctor Reprint

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Author: Nick Broadhurst

Illustrator: MD Hasib Uzerman (Uzzaman)

Captain Kuro From Mars and the Mad Doctor Comic Strip Reprint

This is the third story in the Captain Kuro From Mars series of twelve.

These comic strips and stories of the Captain Kuro From Mars series were written and produced to raise awareness of the future leaders of the human race. These books and comics contain how to live, how to act, in the future coming world. We how that parents can teach their children as they read to their kids the stories and lessons from the Captain Kuro From Mars series Children Picture books.

The comic books and comic strips are for a slightly older audience than the children’s picture book.


In this book, John’s mother is worried about John and all the things he has been telling her about Captain Kuro and what they can both do.  She insists it is all made up, and that Kuro is not special as John claims.
She is sure that John just needs some special help. So, John’s mother has made an appointment to see a local psychiatrist.  He in turn insists on treating John for an over active imagination.

The doctor believes strongly that imagination is the cause for all the world’s problems, and he has a cure for that. Medications.  Kuro however, has other ideas.  So does Prince Khuram, when he finds out.  Kuro shows John the other children on the same medication, and they look very ill.

So John agrees to say no. But the psychiatric staff are there to help the doctor enforce his wishes.  And soon it is mayhem.  The poor doctor will not be the same again and runs from the hospital screaming.  He calls the police on his phone, yelling that he needs a priest, as the hospital has just been invaded by demons.

The demons of course are just the image of Prince Khuram, the Royal; Bengal Tiger, who can also do what Captain Kuro can, but louder. John’s parents cannot see what John or the doctor and his staff see.  They start to think the psychiatrist is himself, mad.

In the end, John’s father finds out the truth about Captain Kuro and apologizes to his son for doubting him.

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These reprints are being offered here for other like minded aware people to put on their own websites. I ask only for the following:

1. Some kind of financial exchange. Without that, offering this is meaningless. This is not a commercial exchange and the amount being asked is simply what the other web site owners considered a reasonable thing. That can also depend on his website rankings. If you look at the author’s background, he does not need income from this, but there is something that needs to be understood. If somebody does not pay for something, he then considers it has little value. These have high value to the world and the future. Right now this world is dying. This is the author’s way to try to reverse it. We hope you might be interested too.





2. We would further appreciate a link back to this page of the website domain from your would be good. And in so doing we will give you a link back from one of out other Sequetus websites,

3. How much to exchange for one set of files might be as little as ten dollars, or it might be more, depending on your ranking and visitors and soon. It might be less if your site has no visitors and you just want to get out a good message. These by the way, are great for blogs and media sites. We can work it out if you just want to get these up.

4. Keep the copyrights on the pages and if doing single strip, put the copyright on each strip.

5. Acknowledge the author and producer, and acknowledge the artists. The copyrights of all are owned by Nick Broadhurst (Nicholas Broadhurst) If you have any questions just ask. The purpose is not to help raise the awareness of the future generations.




These file here, though 2 MB in the site store, will not reproduce for viewing. Please contact us should you wish to see the files with a view of reproducing them on the web.

The Captain Kuro From Mars series teaches children certain spiritual and ethical lessons, that if this world is to continue into the centuries ahead, and mankind is to survive, we need to start educating our children and grandchildren on how to help, protect and care for this world.

If our world is to survive, we honestly do need a higher awareness of the issues these comics contain.






Author: Nick Broadhurst

Illustrator: MD Hasib Uzerman (Uzzaman)

Captain Kuro From Mars and The Mad Doctor Comic Strip Reprint

GENRE: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

RELEASED: 2019 September


LENGTH: 3 Pages

PUBLISHER: Sequetus Publishing

SELLER: Sequetus Publishing

SIZE: Jpg – 2259 x 2816, 3 jpg files. 6.75 MB