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Comics have always been a part of our youth. With a number of talents who want to address social, cultural and even gender-based issues through arts, the return of comic books has been evident over the past couple of years, and guess what? We face a number of issues on a daily basis in Egypt, so instead of sitting around and complaining, these artists have made their voices heard and address many problems in a simple format that appeals to everyone.
The history of comics has followed different paths in different parts of the world. It can be traced back to early precursors such as Trajan's Columnin RomeEgyptian hieroglyphs and the Bayeux Tapestry. An example of an early precursor to print comics is Trajan's Column.
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Superheroes are shards of broken myth. In a rational scientific world that has left behind the gods and monsters that once peopled legends and sustained religions, the last supernatural beings to openly walk our world are costumed crime fighters with amazing powers. It is therefore only natural for superheroes to return to the ancient world whose myths and magic they embody in a new form.
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Comic strip. Mona, who defines herself as a cultural activist was no stranger to the world of comics. While working at the Hisham Mubarak Legal Aid Center, she participated in the production of El-Doshma magazine, which addresses the issue of human rights. Sara was also working in a civil society.
One of the most popular comics series in Egypt during the nineties was Flashan Arabic comic magazine aimed at children. Flash was different from other magazines because it was purely Egyptian and not affiliated with any foreign characters like Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck. Then there was a hiatus during which there were no new creations on the Egyptian comic scene. In a group of comic artists gathered to publish a new magazine, Toktok.