Salaam is a brown-skinned man with a two dimensional appearance, similar to human representations in ancient Egyptian art.
His hero costume is clearly inspired by the garments that the pharaohs of ancient Egypt used to wear, wearing a wraparound skirt called shendyt, a top of fine pleated robes, and covers his head with a striped headcloth called nemes. He also wears various jewelry items and a cape.
Not much is known about his personality at this time. He is said to be well-liked in Egypt.
The No. 1 Pro Hero in Egypt. He has a strange aura that makes the Egyptian citizens feel at ease when they see him fight, but to this day no one has ever seen his back.
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- Salaam's hero name probably originates from the gesture of greeting or respect, with or without a spoken salutation, typically consisting of a low bow of the head and body with the hand or fingers touching the forehead.
- It could also come from the arabic word "Salam" which can either mean 'peace' or be used as a greeting.
- Salaam, along with Big Red Dot, are the first movie-original characters to be both directly shown and named in the manga.
- My Hero Academia Manga: Volume World Heroes.