For Anand, who has been working on this project for two years, the comic is a “test drive”, one that is not for sale, is copyright-free and open for distribution, especially among students, the legal fraternity in India and abroad and educational institutions. Mr IP, he says, is not a super hero. “The character is that of 65-year-old Inder Prakash, who is out there to convince you of the benefits of intellectual property rights,” says Anand.
Earlier, Anand had also designed a board game called Anaryst to teach intellectual property litigation. The first of its kind, the comic has found acceptance in UK High Courts, in the US and UK patent offices and with the World Intellectual Patent Organisation office.
It took many ideas before Anand zeroed in on Inder
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