Produced by Gary Drevitch
Hey, kids! Fledgling comic-book publisher AK Comics has unveiled a new line of "Middle East Heroes," role models who defend Origin City from evildoers, infidels, and, we presume, Zionists. Among the heroes is "the Last Pharaoh," who captures criminals red-handed, then puts them to work building his pyramids.
In this profile, series editor Marwan Nashar asks the rhetorical question, "Why can't the Middle East have its own heroes?" But, Marwan, the Middle East has always had its share of superheroes. Like this one. And, this one. Can't imagine how you'd forget to mention them. In fact, maybe there ought to be a special team-up issue between the Seraph and the Last Pharaoh.
UH-OH. SMALL FELLOW HAS BEEN A CARD MEMBER SINCE 2001.
We have always thought of ourselves as having a vivid imagination, but we never imagined this: Parents swiping their children's identities for credit-card fraud. And to think, we were feeling guilty about snarfing down Small Fellow's forgotten Valentine's Day cookies . . .
February 28, 2005 | Permalink |
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