Majid (comics)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Transparent bar.svg
Publication information
Publication dateFebruary 1979

Majid (Arabic: ماجد‎) is a pan-Arab comic book anthology and children's magazine published in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates by the Abu Dhabi Media Company.

History and profile[edit]

Majid has been in circulation, and has been released on a weekly basis since 28 February 1979.[1]

Majid is widely read in most Arab states, and it had a weekly distribution of 175,000 as of 2005. Syria does not have Majid. One of the series in Majid is Kaslan Jiddan (كسلان جداً lit. Very Lazy), a story of a boy named Kaslan, who tries to act like an adult and finds himself in conflicts because of it.[2]


  • The lovely Mouza and her brother Rashoud (Arabic: موزة الحبوبة وشقيقها رشود‎): Arabic modified version of Nancy Ritz and her best friend Sluggo Smith in the American comic strip Nancy and Sluggo.


  1. ^ Anna Gabai (2013). "Arab Comics". Qantara. Retrieved 30 August 2014.
  2. ^ Pilcher, Tim and Brad Brooks. (Foreword: Dave Gibbons). The Essential Guide to World Comics. Collins and Brown. 2005. pp. 302-303.

External links[edit]