Egyptian illustrators

Thanks to E.H. for alerting me to this post on Egyptian cartoonists whose work is online. There's some wonderful talent there, a Facebook group with a lot of links. I'm pasting all those links after the jump for those who don't want to join Facebook, that monumental waste of time.

Below: "Colonel Barod" by Khaled Abazeez.

The Colonel Barod Sketch By Abazeez


Egyptian comics artists online:

http://hahatem.deviantart.com
http://metahatem.blogspot.com
http://morchedi.blogspot.com
http://abazeez.deviantart.com/
http://achraf.deviantart.com/
http://eaglenebula.deviantart.com/
http://hichamrahmah.blogspot.com
http://hichamrahma.deviantart.com
http://hanno.deviantart.com/
http://ahmad-nady.deviantart.com
http://magdycomics.com/blog/index.php
http://zeez.deviantart.com
http://tawfi2.deviantart.com
http://hussieny.deviantart.com
http://hanno.deviantart.com/
http://karim-qabrawi.blogspot.com/
http://degla.deviantart.com/
http://tawfi2.deviantart.com/
http://7amada.deviantart.com/
http://sherif7us.deviantart.com/
http://makhloufblo2.blogspot.com
http://qindeel.blogspot.com
http://zamazeemo.deviantart.com/
http://moody-bo.deviantart.com/
http://choki78.deviantart.com/
http://pencildamn.deviantart.com/
http://asamir.deviantart.com/
http://mohamed77.deviantart.com/
http://gaafary.deviantart.com/
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Issandr El Amrani

Issandr El Amrani is a Cairo-based writer and consultant. His reporting and commentary on the Middle East and North Africa has appeared in The Economist, London Review of Books, Financial Times, The National, The Guardian, Time and other publications. He also publishes one of the longest-running blog in the region, www.arabist.net.