“The 99” : A True World wide Comics Book and Animated Series that Helps promote Peace!




Dr. Naif Al-Mutawa is the creator of THE 99, the world acclaimed comic superheroes born of an Islamic archetype. THE 99 has received positive attention from the international media with Forbes calling THE 99 “One of the Top 20 Trends Sweeping the Globe.” Dr. Naif was recently named one of ‘The 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World’ by The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Center (in Jordan) in concert with Georgetown’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.
Fabian Nicieza, writer of THE 99, has been a well-known figure in the American comic book industry for over 20 years. Fabian is best-known for his work on top-selling Marvel titles as X-Men, X-Force, New Warriors, Cable, Deadpool and New Thunderbolts.
Stuart Moore, writer of THE 99, has been a writer, book editor and an award-winning comics editor. He has written for Marvel, DC, Tokyopop, HarperCollins/Fox Atomic, IDW, Philomel/Penguin, Dark Horse, IDW and Penny-Farthing Press. He has written two novels for Games Workshop and is currently authoring a novel set in Brooklyn.
Wife/husband team of June Brigman and Roy Richardson have been working in comics since 1983. In addition to drawing THE 99 and producing art for THE 99 theme parks, they illustrate the syndicated “Brenda Starr, Reporter” comic strip. They also teach part-time at the Atlanta branch of the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Ron Wagner, cover artist for THE 99, is best-known for his work on Marvel titles including Daredevil, Ghost Rider and Punisher, and for his DC work on Batman, Flash and Hawkman. He has also worked for Dark Horse, Image Comics and Crossgen. In addition to his work on THE 99, Wagner produces storyboards for Warner Bros. on the Batman: Brave and the Bold cartoon.
Sean Parsons, inker of THE 99, has inked professionally for more than 14 years. He has worked for Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Mirage, Hasbro, Image and Wildstorm on such titles as Iron Man, Blue Marvel, The End League, Batman, and New X-Men.
Dan Panosian began his career in New York drawing for Marvel Comics titles such as X-Men, Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain America and DC Comics titles such as The Flash, Green Lantern and Batman. He also lent his skills to Image Comics’ Spawn, Prophet and Pitt. From there, Dan branched out into commercial art and movie character design.
John McCrea has worked for Marvel, DC, Wildstorm, 2000AD, Dark Horse and CrossGen. McCrea won a prestigious Eisner award in 1999 for his work on DC Comics Hitman. He has also drawn for Hulk, Spider-Man, Demon, Superboy, Teen Titans, Judge Dredd, Batman, Wonder Woman, Punisher and Star Wars Tales.
Monica Kubina, colourist for THE 99, brings her own unique mix of talent, style and experience to the table. Born in Tehran, Iran, she was raised by Armenian, artist parents who had studied in Florence, Italy.
Marie Javins, editor of THE 99, began her comic book career at Marvel Comics in 1988, where she became an acclaimed comic book editor, paperback editions editor and X-Mencolourist. She is also an award-winning travel journalist and writer who has lived in nine countries, visited all continents and traveled through more than 70 countries, 40 of them on a year-long solo expedition by surface transport in 2001. She is the author of four books. 


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