M. Rasheed

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About me

Gender Male
Industry Publishing
Occupation Cartoonist
Location Raleigh, NC, United States
Introduction Muhammad Rasheed is a cartoonist, socio-political commentator and ‘artivist’ for the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) political unification movement. His research interests include the anti-racism and pro-Reparations struggles of the Black American former slave class, its ties to antitrust law and the rise of the Second Gilded Age, with its White Supremacist Ideology effects. M. Rasheed’s recent artivism effort is Weapon of the People: DECODED, a Gag-A-Day political cartoon venture launched on 09 Apr 2018. In addition to the backlist of previous works, illustrated short essay social observations and genre sequential art tales, his website features philosophical dialogues with ideological opponents from which the artist is inspired to create his cartoons. M. Rasheed’s other projects include: “Monsters 101: The Adventures of Pugroff & Mort (books 1-10)” and “Tales of Sinanju: The Destroyer (based on characters created by Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir – books 1-10).”
Interests cartooning, blogging, philosophic dialoging & argument, book publishing, close combat, 'alternate' history, religious comparison, Third Eye sciences, Al-Islam, Islamic theurgy, Great Mystic Rebels of the Past
Favorite Movies Powder, Limitless, Warlock, Payback, Bourne Identity, The Princess Bride, Quigley Down Under, Pumpkinhead, 12 Monkeys, Highlander, Legend, The Howling, 13th
Favorite Music Old school R&B from '50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s
Favorite Books The Holy Qur'an, Life of Muhammad by M. Haykal, The Dying Earth, The Eyes of the Overworld, Cugel's Saga, Rhialto the Marvelous, Lyonesse, The Green Pearl, Madouc, The Star King, The Killing Machine, The Palace of Love, The Face, and The Book of Dreams by Jack Vance, Mystic Rebels by Harry C Schnur, The Sign & the Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Magicians of the Gods, and Supernatural: Meetings With the Ancient Teachers of Mankind by Graham Hancock, The Prodigy by Amy Wallace, Black Rednecks & White Liberals by Thomas Sowell, The Devil's Delusion by David Berlinkski, Black Genesis by Robert Bauval, The Short Path by C.H. Harvey, The Racial Contract by Charles W. Mills, From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First by William A. Darity & A. Kirsten Mullen, Griftopia: Bubble Machines, Vampire Squids, and the Long Con That Is Breaking America by Matt Taibbi, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast, The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition by Jonathan Tepper, "Believing Women" in Islam: Unreading Patriarchal Interpretations of the Qur'an by Asma Barlas, How the Other Half Banks: Exclusion, Exploitation, and the Threat to Democracy by Mehrsa Baradaran

Your superpower is that you smell like dandelions whenever someone lies. How will you maintain your secret identity?

By keeping a conspicuous cologne bottle labeled "dandelion scent" visible at all times. Probably around my neck.