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This index is for works that focus on genies (also called djinn, jinn, or jinni). A work just having a genie does not qualify. The genie must be one of the main characters, the main threat, or otherwise central to the plot. Such works will invariably make use of one or more Genie Tropes.

Also see the related indexes Dragon Works, Elf Works, Fairy Fiction, Goblin Works, Leprechaun Fiction, Mermaid Media, and Unicorn Works.


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    Anime and Manga 

    Comic Books 
  • Cairo, by G. Willow Wilson. One of the main characters is a three-piece suit-wearing genie inhabiting a water-pipe who grants wishes by manipulating probability.
  • ClanDestine: Revolves around a family of British superheroes in the Franchise/Marvel Universe, children of a male human and a female jinni.
  • Djinn

    Comic Strips 
  • My Own Genie by artist Jamie Smart.
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    Films — Animation 

    Films — Live-Action 

    Franchises 
  • Aladdin: A wisecracking blue Genie is one of the primary characters.

    Literature 
  • Arabian Nights: Several genies feature prominently.
    • Aladdin: The genies are bound to a lamp and to a ring. The genie attached to each item must obey whoever holds it at the time.
  • The Bartimaeus Trilogy: The title character is a djinni.
  • Castle in the Air: Two djinn, named Daizel and Hazruel, are featured characters.
  • Children of the Lamp: This series of fantasy novels tells the story of twin djinn, or genies, John and Philippa Gaunt, and their challenges with adapting to the world of djinn.
    • The Akhenaten Adventure (2004)
    • The Blue Djinn of Babylon (2006)
    • The Cobra King of Kathmandu (2006)
    • The Day of the Djinn Warriors (2007)
    • The Eye of the Forest (2009)
    • The Five Fakirs of Fazibad (2010)
    • The Grave Robbers of Genghis Khan (2011)
  • Declare: British and Soviet intelligence agencies vie for control of the djinn who live on Mount Ararat.
  • Djinn by Graham Masterton.
  • "The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye," a short story by British writer A.S. Byatt.
  • Djinn Rummy
  • Fortune's Fool, the third book in Tales of the Five Hundred Kingdoms, is about rescuing magical women from a jinn.
  • The Genie of Sutton Palace by George Selden.
  • The Golem and the Jinni
  • Jinn by Matthew B. J. Delaney.
  • Legends of the Fire Spirits: Jinn and Genies from Arabia to Zanzibar
  • The Orphan's Tales: One of the main characters is a jinni queen and one of the leaders of the jinn army.
  • Rose of the Prophet: Immortal djinn and efreet are major characters.
  • Scream of the Evil Genie
  • The Thief of Baghdad
  • The Toothpaste Genie, by Sandy Frances Duncan.
  • Wandering Djinn

    Live-Action TV 

    Music 
  • The Christina Aguilera song "Genie in a Bottle."
  • Black metal band Melechesh is heavily influenced by Middle Eastern mythology, with song titles such as "Wardjinn", "A Summoning of Ifrit and Genii", and "Genies, Sorcerers and Mesopotamian Nights" on the album Djinn.
  • The Nile song "The Howling of the Jinn."
  • "Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)" by Girls' Generation.

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    Video Games 

    Visual Novels 

    Web Comics 
  • Held Within by Dan Standing. Both genies are former college students who were turned into genies thanks to unknowingly making wishes on a magic amulet.
  • I Dream of a Jeanie Bottle: A guy gets transformed into a (female) Genie. A spoof of I Dream of Jeannie and parodying the tropes used there.

    Western Animation 

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