Showing posts with label Pigman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pigman. Show all posts

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

If Jack Bauer Was A Superhero...

There was a moment in this week's 24-episode 9 of season 9- where Jack Bauer did something that I could see Pigman doing, in the same exact way Jack did it. (Actually, Pigman did do something similar in The Infidel #1.) I don't want to give it away, but it was a ruthless act committed with Moral Righteousness and Zero doubt.  The power of art, showing us what could be, what should be, and in this case, how our real world jihadist enemy should be treated by us. It was a hell of a moment that just further proves why Jack Bauer is one, if not the, greatest character in television history.

Here are two of my earlier Pigman/24 cartoons. 

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Muslim Pigotry Strikes Again



Friday, March 28, 2014

Pigman On Muslim Pigotry


"...pigs became “insulting pigs,” and the result was spitting on the windows, insults and threats….Young Muslims came by the butcher shops and cursed the owners regularly. “They always came in a larger group. They cursed and said that they as Muslims felt provoked by the pigs" 
More...

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

"9/11 Was -N̶o̶t̶- Endorsed By Islam"

G. Willow Wilson, the Muslim writer of Marvel's "Muslim superhero", Ms. Marvel, in an interview with New York Magazine's Vulture section, says "It took a couple of years of study after [9/11] before I was convinced that, in fact, what happened on 9/11 was not endorsed by Islam, that it was in fact criminal according to the religion." So I tweeted her:


The Koran's "Kill the Infidels wherever you find them" endorses 9/11 and every Islamic atrocity in history. As for those Muslims who bitch about Pigman: He wouldn't exist if not for 9/11. And neither would "muslim superheroes". Yet the only reason they exist is in order to pretend Islam had nothing to do with 9/11. 

Hat tip for the interview, Before It's News.



Thursday, March 13, 2014

Pigman Card

I used to slip in an original Pigman index card sketch into copies of my book, PROPIGANDA, for customers, which I had to discontinue after awhile due to time constraints. But I always enjoy doing them, and I still slip them into book orders when I have the time. Here's today's Pigman card.


Monday, February 24, 2014

Can't Bring Gray to a Black and White Fight

In an otherwise fair, if critical, piece about me and my work, one A. David Lewis, writing at Islamicommentary, thinks that "ultimately, there’s no fight that needs to be had here — just a long-overdue two-way conversation between Fawstin and his supposed enemies."

"conversation" with my "supposed enemies" aka a conversation with al Qaeda. LOL 

Check out the piece, whose title is meant to counter my position, Bringing Gray Into A Black & White Fight.



Monday, February 17, 2014

Obama vs Pigman

"What's your favorite Barack Obama comic book appearance?"

That's a poll question on a comic book website. 

I don't have a favorite, as you can imagine, but I do have two off panel appearances by Obama in The Infidel #2, which I think are more in character than his other comic book appearances.


Monday, February 10, 2014

Will "Muslim Superheroes" Ever Fight Jihad?

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Marvel & DC Comics: Islam's Bitches

My latest piece, 10 Truths Mainstream Comic Books Evade to Promote 'Muslim Superheroes' is now on the PJ Media front page. Here's my intro:

The Muslim terrorist is a cliché. But only in real life. And in post-9/11 comic books, “Muslim superheroes” are becoming a cliché. As a cartoonist and as a recovered Muslim working on an anti-jihad graphic novel called The Infidel, featuring Pigman, I’ve identified certain truths that Marvel and DC Comics have to evade in order to shove their “Muslim superheroes” down the throats of their readers.

Before I move on to my list, I want to add that I put “Muslim superheroes” in quotes because Marvel and DC Comics want to promote “Muslim superheroes” without promoting Muslim superheroes. They want to promote their fantasy version of what they would like Muslim superheroes to be, not Islam’s version. As I’ve argued in my work, a good Muslim by our standards is a bad Muslim by Islamic standards. Therefore, a true Muslim superhero would be a Muslim supervillain.


The #1 Truth they evade is the fact that We Are At War. And here's a look at what Marvel & DC have to avoid in order to kiss Islam's ass: Islam's victims on 9/11/01.




Monday, December 23, 2013

Merry Christmas

"The charming aspect of Christmas is the fact that it expresses good will in a cheerful, happy, benevolent, non-sacrificial way. One says "Merry Christmas" -- not "Weep and Repent." And the good will is expressed in a material, earthly form -- by giving presents to one's friends, 
or by sending them cards in token of remembrance." - Ayn Rand

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Marvel & DC Comics Submit to Islam

Question for Marvel & DC Comics: I know you've both introduced a number of Muslim superheroes in your comic books since 9/11, but will you Ever consider introducing Muslim supervillains as well? If so, you need to understand that Islam's heroes are our villains. That these "Muslim" superheroes you're peddling represent Islam in the same way Obama represents American Exceptionalism. A good Muslim, by Our standards, is a Bad Muslim by Islamic standards. You're engaging in enemy propaganda and you're doing so in the middle of a war being waged on us by Islam's true believers. But after 12 years of this Islamicrap, I've come to accept that the medium I love, the medium where I first learned about heroes, is being run by people who are as brave and as bold as Washington politicians.

Below is how Pigman's arch enemy, SuperJihad, first appears in The Infidel #2