Bijoyini (Victoress): The Bengali women’s army comes together to fight in the war. Inspired by the poem, Bijoyini by Kazi Nazrul Islam.
Rehana’s Story: Based on the real murder of Rehana, the 4-month-old daughter of Freedom Fighter Abdus Salam Khan’s daughter, who was killed in place of her father.
My Brother’s Blood Splattered: The Bengali Language Movement let Bangladesh fight for the freedom to speak Bangla, holding onto the deep cultural roots of language. Imagery references the song Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano (My Brother’s Blood Splattered) by Abdul Gaffar Choudhury, written to mark the Bengali Language Movement in 1952.
The Comet: Two Comet-Cobras devour the Gods at the end of the Universe. Imagery references the poem The Comet by Kazi Nazrul Islam.
A set of pins representing Bangladesh.
Bidrohi (The Rebel): Inspired by the architraves at Stupas and Temples in India, a Goddess protects a gateway into rebellion. References the poem Bidrohi by Kazi Nazrul Islam.
The End of Everything: Referencing a traditional Tantric Mandala to illustrate the eclectic final battle of the Liberation War.
The Ecstasy of Destruction: A demon wizard summons a prophetic battle. Referencing the poem, The Ecstasy of Destruction by Kazi Nazrul Islam.