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Mizan Series 1

Muslim Superheroes

Comics, Islam, and Representation

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$24.95 • £21.95 • €22.95

ISBN 9780674975941

Publication Date: 07/10/2017


264 pages

6 x 9 inches

15 halftones

Ilex Foundation > Mizan Series


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