Bosch Fawstin stood with us for freedom at Garland. He stands for freedom now. Don’t miss the latest of his groundbreaking, innovative and courageous graphic novel series, The Infidel.
“Pigman, the Jihadists’ Worst Nightmare, Returns,” by Bosch Fawstin, September 23, 2015:
American superheroes have gone from kicking evil’s ass to kissing evil’s ass. Not only won’t Marvel & DC Comics allow their superheroes to take on Jihadists, but they promote the “Islam means peace” myth through their “Muslim superheroes”, as if jihad doesn’t exist.
And then there’s Pigman, my anti-jihad superhero, who, like me, is a recovered Muslim who studied Islam as if his life depended on it, but who, unlike me, takes the war into his own hands when he sees our culture’s inability to respond to Jihad in kind. Here’s my synopsis for my series, The Infidel, featuring Pigman:
THE INFIDEL is about twin brothers Killian Duke and Salaam Duka whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. It’s Recovered Muslim vs Born Again Muslim. Killian responds to the atrocity by creating an ex-Muslim counter-jihad superhero comic book called PIGMAN, as Salaam fully surrenders to Islam. Pigman’s battle against his archenemy SuperJihad is echoed by the escalating conflict between the twins.
So if you want to see the enemy treated in a way Far different than it’s being treated in the real world or in any of our entertainment media, get my Pigman comic book series. I just released my third Pigman comic book, The Infidel #3. It’s a Pig-sized 55 pages, and the few readers who have responded to it so far agree with me that it’s the best issue yet. You be the judge, get your digital copies of my Pigman comic book instantly at ComiXology, the world’s premiere digital comic book reading app (whom I can’t thank enough for carrying my comic book, as every publisher I made contact with rejected it).