Campaign successfully funded on: 25 Dec,2013
This comic doesn't represent the muslim men or women, & is meant only for entertainment purposes.
Is an award winning graphic novel created by Sarah Alhazmi, about a Saudi women who after loosing her memory in a car accident mistakes the traditional Muslim clothing for a costume and believes she is a superhero. Hijab-girl satires the current situation, difficulties and obstacles facing women in the our beloved kingdom.
& Now we need your Support !!!
Sarah Alhazmi is a Saudi Artist with a Masters Degree in Sequential Arts (comics), a Fulbrighter, and an ex-nurse.
View my work: http://sarahalhazmi.com/
is the fact that the Burqa and Abaya have this undeniable Syfy feel to it, and how much liberated, free and powerful you feel undercover. Once I started seeing the Burqa in this light it was to hard to resist not writing the story. Also I did some field research in Saudi and I put on a cape instead of an Abaya. It was amazing to see how minor changes in an outfit can dramatically changes the way society perceives you.
is to raise funds to cover the production costs for this book, the first in the series of Hijab-Girl comics. Any contraption you make will directly go towards printing this book & getting it published.
If successful we will be able to Release it in the 2014, Middle East Film & Comic Con.
Read the pages: http://greenunderpants.com/
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Cartooning you will look like this !
How the comic magic happens