For those interested in an academic look at the representation of Muslims in Comics here is a relevant article. Finding a Place for a Muslimah Heroine in the Post-9/11 Marvel Universe: New X-Men’s Dust Authors: Julie Davis & Robert Westerfelhaus Abstract: Soon after the attacks on the US on September
Image Source: DeviantArt In the Batman Inc story arc Bruce Wayne is revealed to be franchising Batman by recruiting people from across the globe to fight crime in their respective localities. One such person who is recruited is the Nightrunner who is from France. The 22-year old Nightrunner is Bilal
Jim Lee (Image Source: The Daily News Egypt) The creator of the “X-Men” series and “All Star Batman and Robin,” Jim Lee was recently in Egypt celebrating his wedding anniversary with his wife. Lee also hinted that he might be working on the acclaimed Muslim comic “The 99” in the
The 99 is a comic book series aimed at a Muslim audience. The idea is that there are 99 Muslim superheros each of whose superpowers reflect the attributes of God. Here is an article from the New York Times that describes the comic. Comics to Battle for Truth, Justice and
Josiah X is an African American Muslim superhero in the Marvel universe. He is also the son of Isaiah Bradley, the black Captain America. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.