Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Let’s Fuckin’ Roll Already

The Heroes of Flight 93 rolled 17 years ago. They were the first soldiers to fight the Islamic enemy during the atrocity of 9/11, and we can’t even muster up the will to put down this enemy in the 17 years since. Disgraceful. Gutless. Truthless.

0n 9/11, the West Decided that the Defense of the West Was Optional, While the Defense of Islam Was Absolute

17 years later, the 9/11 victims remain unavenged and the Islamic enemy remains undefeated, because of the moral cretins in political power in America and across the West. And Islam continues to be defended by Western politicians as if it were their own religion. A historical travesty and disgrace.


Saturday, February 24, 2018

"See Something, Say Something, Do Nothing." -Gov

I tweeted this a little earlier today.
And a friend suggested I make a cartoon with the words, "See something, say something, do nothing."


Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Pre-Order The Infidel, featuring Pigman #3 in Print

UPDATE: I will be receiving print copies of The Infidel #3 from the printer a WEEK earlier than I originally wrote. I chose a Rush order and will begin shipping them, and more orders for issues 1 and 2, out at the end of next week, Jan. 12, instead of the 20th)

PIG-Sized 56 Pages!

I now have the first three issues of my Pigman comic book, The Infidel, available in Print (and digital). You can now order issue #3 below. (Order #1 here and #2 here). Issue #3 is a PIG-Sized 55 pages, where Pigman battles SuperJihad for the first time. It's over 30 pages bigger than issue #2, so I have to charge twice as much. Issue 1 and 2 go for $4.95, and this goes for $9.95. Shipping will also be over a dollar more than for issue 1 and 2, making the unsigned copies, domestic, $13.95. I charge $2 extra for signed copies, at the second "Add to Cart" button below. And Please, for International customers, choose the International option by clicking the down arrow right above the "Add to Cart" button. Thanks to all of those who support my work. I hope to get issue #4 out there sooner than later (You can see the cover to issue 4 at the end of issue #3.) Here is the front and back cover. I will be making my first print order to my printer in a couple of weeks, after I collect the bulk of the pre-orders, so expect me to begin shipping them out around January 20th. Order your copies below.

For those who haven't yet read my comic book: It's a story within a story, with the Pigman part of it being the comic book within the graphic novel. Here's a synopsis of The Infidel:

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 a comic book about an ex-Muslim counter-jihad superhero called PIGMAN, as Salaam fully surrenders to Islam. Pigman's battle against his archenemy SuperJihad is echoed by the escalating conflict between the twins.







FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: if ordering from outside of America, you Must choose the International option by clicking the down arrow at the end of the "Domestic" options below. Thank you. 

Comic is $9.95. Shipping/Handling $4.00. Total $13.95 Domestic


FOR SIGNED COPIES
And so there's no confusion about signed copies, as there was with issue #1, here's where I'll be signing the covers of issue #3. 


Signed Copy $11.95. Total $15.95 Shipping and Handling, Domestic

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Order The Infidel, featuring Pigman #2 in Print

Here’s a glimpse of the interior, on video.

Order your print or digital copy of issue 1 here and issue 2 below.

I released the first print comic book of The Infidel, featuring Pigman #1 last month. (1, 2, and 3 are available digitally on Amazon Kindle and ComiXology), and now I have #2 in print available for purchase. As with the print issue of #1, I made some changes in the art, which I think improved the final product, so those who have the digital versions can see the differences, though some are subtle. Below is the front and back cover. Thank you.


“…the second issue of [Fawstin’s] series on the confrontation between Islam and the West that blends our day-to-day reality in the Clash of Civilizations and a superhero named Pigman … In an environment where censorship and self-censorship are common, [The[ Infidel is the rarest of things, it is a graphic novel which goes directly to the heart of the issue. Comics routinely pander to Islam. Infidel #2 stands up to it in the most direct way possible.”

- Daniel Greenfield / Sultan Knish blog







FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: if ordering from outside of America, you Must choose the International option by clicking the down arrow at the end of the "Domestic" options below. Thank you. 

Comic is $4.95. Shipping/Handling is $2.77. Total $7.72 Domestic


FOR SIGNED COPIES
And so there's no confusion about signed copies, as there was with issue #1, here's where I'll be signing the covers of issue #2.

Signed Copy $6.95. Total $9.72 Shipping/Handling, Domestic

Saturday, November 04, 2017

Physical Copies of The Infidel, featuring Pigman #1 are Now Available

Print copies of The Infidel, featuring Pigman #1 arrived today. Order your copies here. And here's a video of my initial thoughts on holding it in my hand...


Tuesday, October 24, 2017

PIGMAN IN PRINT: Order Your Copy of The Infidel #1 Comic Book Now

UPDATE: Issue 2 is now available in Print as well.

UPDATE: Here's a short video of the finished product.

I just sent my printer my print files for The Infidel, Featuring Pigman #1, and I will be receiving the comic books next week, on November 2. And in the process of preparing my comic book for print, I took a good look at each page, and I suppose you can call it a remastered version of the issue that's been available digitally from ComiXology and Amazon Kindle for a few years. Those who know the issue well will clearly see the differences, which I think improve the comic book. I've attached an image of the Front and Back cover.

UPDATE: I initially charged $3.95 for the comic, but with printing costs, and since I'm now doing a third print of it after I sold out of the issues, as well as having them delivered quickly, as I don't want people to wait too long to get them, I'm now charging $4.95 for the issue. Also, a few people told me I was selling them for too cheap, because of the quality, and for the fact that there's nothing like it in comics today. And I have 3 more story pages than your average comic. I will also be charging $2.77 for shipping and handling, (which is the average cost for sending copies in First Class through the post office). I paid a little more than I would have liked for individual print copies of the comic book, so I need to make a little more profit and I also want to make sure readers receive the comic books in a timely manner and in good shape, which has its costs. I considered collecting the first three issues into a paperback, but I decided to start with a print copy of number 1, and if that goes well, a print copy of number 2, and so on.

So for those who've told me that they wouldn't read my comic book unless it was in print, and for those who want to hold a copy of The Infidel #1 in their hands, order yours today, and hopefully there are enough of you that will make me prepare issue 2 for print. It's up to you. And you can order as many copies as you like. It's a pretty special thing, as it's the first time Pigman will be in a print comic book. Order your copies below.

For those who haven't yet gotten my series The Infidel, featuring Pigman: It's a story within a story, with the Pigman part of it being the comic book within the graphic novel. Here's a synopsis of The Infidel:

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 a comic book about an ex-Muslim counter-jihad superhero called PIGMAN, as Salaam fully surrenders to Islam. Pigman's battle against his archenemy SuperJihad is echoed by the escalating conflict between the twins.


UPDATE: Someone just suggested a Signed Copy option for double the price. That's a nice offer, but I decided to make it two bucks for that option, which is now below the regular shopping cart below...


UDPATE 2: A number of customers complained that I didn't sign their comics, when I actually did. I sign it in permanent black ink right under the title, to the right, but some think that it's part of the print cover. It's not. So keep in mind that this is how and where I sign it. 

FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: if ordering from outside of America, you Must choose the International option by clicking the down arrow at the end of the "Domestic" options below. Thank you. 



Comic is $4.95. Shipping/Handling is $2.77. Total $7.72 Domestic
 

FOR SIGNED COPIES

Signed Copy $6.95. Total $9.72 including Shipping/Handling



Thursday, October 12, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017

marvel LIEgacy

When I first read about how Marvel Comics was allegedly bringing back their classic superheroes, that they've replaced with SJW versions, I smelled a rat, because the same people who've destroyed Marvel Comics were behind this "Legacy" push. And with the reviews of Legacy #1 by the YouTuber, Diversity & Comics, that's exactly the case. It had all of Marvel's classic superheroes on the cover of issue 1, with None of them in the actual story. This is basically Marvel Comics attempting to have it both ways. Bringing the classic superheroes back, in order to $ave their asses, while retaining the fake SJW versions. Here's my take on their advertising logo for the series...


NFFell


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Left's "Support" For Free Speech

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Hillary Happened

Unlike Hillary Clinton's new book, "What Happened?", which, from what I gather, is a bitch and moan fest that blames everyone and everything for her losing the election, here's her book cover, if it were honest...


Friday, September 08, 2017

"Can't We Talk About This?"

I'm proud to be in a new movie on Free Speech with some of the most honest people on earth. The title comes from Theo van Gogh's last words to the jihadist who shot him and was stabbing him: "Can't We Talk About This?" It's available to rent on Vimeo here. Support Free Speech, support the film. Thank you.




Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Free Speech as the World

Free Speech is the most important issue of our time, and I wanted to dramatize that by having Atlas holding up Free Speech as if it's the world. Here's my second Free Speech t-shirt. Order yours here.


Monday, August 28, 2017

From Captain America Punching Hitler to Pigman Punching Mohammad

SOLD

Jack Kirby was born a hundred years ago today. I drew one of his most popular characters, Darkseid, as Mohammad a few days ago. And today, I drew an homage to the Kirby's cover to Captain America #1, where Cap is punching Hitler, with Pigman punching Mohammad. My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 14 Artist's sketch vellum paper. Order below...

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Mohammad as the Evil Queen from Snow White

My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 14 Artist's Sketch Vellum. Order below...



Shipping & Handling Included

Friday, August 25, 2017

If Pigman Went Back To Mohammad's Time...

SOLD

...and after careful thought and consideration, the last words he'd say to him before he did him in are....

(My original signed art is for sale, below. India ink on 11 x 14 bristol board paper)





Thursday, August 24, 2017

Help Atlas Support Free Speech

S O L D

Without Free Speech, our world is over. That's not hyperbole. Without Free Speech, we can't persuade people with reason, we can't argue for our ideas, we can't tell the truth. So I have Atlas holding up Free Speech along the way he's always shown holding the world, and I have someone offering to help support it, and telling others to help as well. Support Free Speech. My original art for this cartoon is for sale. Drawn in India Ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper. You can order it below...


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Mohammad as Jack Kirby's Darkseid

A friend asked me earlier if I thought about doing a Jack Kirby-related drawing of Mohammad to coincide with Kirby's 100th birthday on Monday, and he named Kirby's big bad evil character, Darkseid. And I said I didn't, but as soon as I read his words, I started to see it, and here it is. I Love Jack Kirby. He's an all time great who was a giant in comic books. I didn't appreciate him when I was a young comic book reader, but I started to when I got older, and more so when I started creating my own comic books. If you like this drawing, the original art is available for sale, below. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 15 bristol board.



Shipping & Handling Included