He rose up the ranks of the Muslim Brotherhood only to find himself president of post-revolution Egypt. Mohamed Mursi might be the country's first civilian president but his Islamist background will continue to haunt him. In many ways, he is in an unenviable position. Bound hand in foot he enters the presidential palace. Mursi was catapulted from prison to the country's top office, in sharp contrast to his predecessor Mubarak who was ousted from his ivory tower to Tora prison. I illustrated Mursi as hungry for power, hastily waving to the masses, claiming the revolution mantle as his own.