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Diaa Anwar


Egypt, Born 1972
Working in comics in Egypt since 1998
"Working in comics in the Arab world is a hard choice, because you need another job or work to earn money, so the time for comics is decreasing, and it will be more difficult if you have many ideas, so I am here trying to get out of this narrow place to the world through self publishing , I am now fifty years old, and I hope in the rest of my life I can realize all my ideas and imagination in comics"

Books by Diaa Anwar

The Sculptor and the Sacred River by Diaa Anwar - Book cover.
The sculptor Babackey from ancient Egypt was not stopped by anything from sculpting statues, including the Nile flood, which was sometimes violent and flooded cities, and was little in other years and caused drought, and in all cases Babackey was facing funny situations. The Nile was the source of life in ancient Egypt, the Nile flood allowed a crop surplus to fulfill the population’s basic food needs, The Nile also served as the main means of communication throughout the Nile Valley unless the Nile was exceptionally low or high
Fiction > Children
The sculptor's wife by Diaa Anwar - Book cover.
The sculptor Babackey from ancient Egypt works wonders in the art of sculpture, but his wife objects to his constant preoccupation with his work, and the endless noise, and despite this, she sometimes wants to learn the art of sculpture out of curiosity, and to know why this art attracts her husband and occupies all his time, but she does not have the talent , which raises a lot of problems.
Fiction > Children
The sculptor and the priest by Diaa Anwar. Comics. Book cover
The Priests were the most strong men in ancient Egypt after the Pharaoh, and sometimes more strong than the Pharaoh, and they are in high class above the craftsmen, like the sculptors, so when the priest ask the sculptor something he must obey, and the grand priest ask Babackey to sculpt a statue for him, but Babackey hates the grand priest, what will happen? you can read this in this book .
Fiction > Children