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List of Middle Eastern Superheroesreport

  • Black Adam (protector of Kahndaq) (DC Comics)

  • Doctor Fate (two incarnations of the character, Khalid Ben-Hassin and Khalid Nassour, are of Egyptian descent.) (DC Comics)

  • Gim Allon (also known as Colossal Boy, Leviathan, and Micro Lad, of Jewish origin) (DC Comics)

  • Hayoth (Israeli superhero team) (DC Comics)

  • Archer of Arabia (Saudi Arabia, Green Arrows of the World) (DC Comics)

  • Ibis the Invincible (protector of Egypt) (DC Comics)

  • Iron Butterfly (Kahina Eskandari; A Palestinian female superhero with the ability of ferrokinesis (control over any and all metallic substances). She is a member of the Shadow Cabinet) (DC Comics)

  • Isis (Adrianna Tomaz, gifted with the power of the Goddess Isis. Introduced in 52 #12) (DC Comics)

  • Janissary (Selma Tolon, a Turkish sorceress and heroine, has the mystical scimitar of Suleiman the Magnificent) (DC Comics)

  • Mohammed Ibn Bornu (North African warrior hero from the Cadre of the Immortal) (DC Comics)

  • Naif al-Sheikh (Saudi Arabia, former member of Justice League Elite) (DC Comics)

  • Osiris I (Egyptian hero from the Cadre of the Immortal wore golden armor, believed he was Osiris re-incarnate.) (DC Comics)

  • Osiris III (The young ward of Black Adam) (DC Comics)

  • Rampart (Jaffar Ibn Haroun Al Raschid, a member of Sovereign Seven) (DC Comics)

  • Sandstorm (Syrian member of the Global Guardians) (DC Comics)

  • Seraph (Israeli member of the Global Guardians) (DC Comics)

  • Sirocco (Iranian superhero and ally of Superman) (DC Comics)

  • Sinbad (Davood Nassur, a Quraci teenager with telekinetic abilities, from Superman series 2 #48) (DC Comics)

  • Super-Shayk (Iranian superhero introduced in 52 #12) (DC Comics)

  • Taleb Beni Khalid (member of Checkmate, Taleb is a Druze Arab) (DC Comics)

  • Green Lantern, DC Comics Simon Baz The New 52 Comic Book #1 (May 2012) (DC Comics)

  • Nightrunner, A 22-year-old Algerian French citizen that lives in Clichy-sous-Bois in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. He was recruited by Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson for Batman Incorporated as the Batman of Paris. (DC Comics)

  • Al Jabr, a medieval fighter and tactician, member of the Demon Knights. (DC Comics)

  • Aminedi (member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword) (Marvel Comics)

  • Arabian Knight I (Abdul Qamar former member of Desert Sword, killed by Humus Sapien) (Marvel Comics)

  • Arabian Knight II (first appears in Black Panther vol. 3 #15) (Marvel Comics)

  • Arabian Knight III (first appears in Union Jack vol.4 #1) (Marvel Comics)

  • Black Raazer (member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword) (Marvel Comics)

  • Doc Samson (Jewish supporting character in The Hulk series) (Marvel Comics)

  • Dust (Sooraya Qadir, A superheroine mutant from Afghanistan and current member of the Young X-Men). (Marvel Comics)

  • Gilgamesh (member of the Eternal's and whose legend is of Mesopotamian origin, member of The Avengers) (Marvel Comics)

  • Kitty Pryde (a member of the X-Men, of Jewish origin) (Marvel Comics)

  • Living Monolith (Ahmet Abdol) (Marvel Comics)

  • Magneto (occasional superhero, of Jewish origin) (Marvel Comics)

  • Sabra (An Israeli superhero) (Marvel Comics)

  • Sirocco (member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword) (Marvel Comics)

  • The Thing (founding member of Fantastic Four, of Jewish origins) (Marvel Comics)

  • Veil (member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword) (Marvel Comics)

  • Wiccan (member of the Young Avengers, of Jewish origin) (Marvel Comics)

  • Armstrong (Aram Anni-Padda, one of three immortal brothers from ancient Sumeria) (Valiant Comics)

  • Eternal Warrior (Gilad Anni-Padda, one of three immortal brothers from ancient Sumeria) (Valiant Comics)

  • Timewalker (Ivar Anni-Padda, one of three immortal brothers from ancient Sumeria) (Valiant Comics)

  • The 99 (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Ramzi Razem (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Rughal (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Jabbar the Powerful (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Noora the Light (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Darr the Afflicter (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Jami the Assembler (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Raqib the Watcher (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Mumita the Destroyer (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Bari the Healer (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Soora the Organizer (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Hidayeh the Guide (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Sami the Hearer (Teshkeel Comics)

  • Bromisnar (Arab superhero from Chilean comic) (Independents)

  • Iman (The Adventures of Iman), a Muslim girl-hero who uses faith as the source of her power (Independents)

  • Zahra The Shadow Flame, a teenage girl living in United Arabia with fire powers. Appears in a self-titled series published by Adam Comics in 2018. (Independents)

  • Wayl, created by Zaid Adham and Yasser Alireza and published out of Dubai, is an Arab antihero comic based in Amman. Wayl is capable of harnessing his body's electrostatic discharges to create weapons. Wayl debuted to great acclaim at the 2016 Middle East Film and Comic Con. (Independents)

  • Kismet, Man of Fate (Algerian superhero, Elliot Publishing Company, A Wave Blue World) (Others)

  • Ler from Guardians. An Armenian superhero and member of a team of Soviet superheroes. Has earth manipulation powers. Portrayed by Sebastian Sisak. (Others)

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