Bosch Fawstin is an accomplished graphic artist whose work is already familiar to many of our readers. His iconic impression of Geert Wilders appears as a logo on the sidebars of numerous Counterjihad blogs.
Mr. Fawstin’s most ambitious work is a comic book entitled The Infidel (#1). It features Pigman, a grim superhero whose mission after 9-11 is to deliver payback to those who wage jihad on America.
The artist outlines the story with this brief description:
The Infidel is about twin brothers Killian Duke and Salaam Duka whose Muslim background comes to the forefront of their lives on 9/11. Killian responds to the atrocity by creating a 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.
Mr. Fawstin was born to an Albanian Muslim family in New York, but was raised in a secular American environment. This provided him with a non-Muslim worldview, allowing him to see the evil ideology behind Islam. As a result, he became an apostate.
The Infidel #1 is available as a digital comic, and may be downloaded for $2.50.
Those who appreciate the modern comic-book genre — which I do — will be delighted with the visual impact of these pages. The story, of course, is one that will be dear to the heart of any Counterjihad activist. Prepare to see the mujahideen get what’s coming to them!
If, however, you hate “stereotyping of Muslims” and are afraid of being tainted by “racism”, you’ll probably want to look at some of the PC mainstream comics instead. Or even “The 99” — the new Muslim superheroes.
Everyone else is advised to pick up a copy of The Infidel #1 by Bosch Fawstin.