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The Attitude Era Returns To Video Games In ‘WWE 13′

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Last weekend, I flew across the country from my home in South Carolina to Los Angeles, California for WWE SummerSlam weekend -- and believe it or not, this was technically a business trip. See, part of the reason I went

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Ask Chris #97: The Best and Worst of Wrestling Comics

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Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!

Q: What's the worst wrestling comic you've read? What's the best? -- @chudleycannons

A: I thought about saving this question for a few weeks until this year's Wr

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Batman’s 1976 Pro Wrestling Encounter With Jerry “The Super-King” Lawler Is Amazing (and Slightly Drunk)

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If there's one thing I know about Batman, it's that he will travel any distance to take on the forces of evil. That was definitely the case in 1976, when his never-ending battle against crime -- and an appearance at a nearby car show -- brought him to Memphis and an encounter with local villain and professional wrestling icon Jerry "The King" Lawler, who was sporting a full-on Superman costume, complete with cape.

Fortunately, their encounter --

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Fictional Wrestler Tiger Mask Inspires Massive Donations to Japanese Orphanages

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In a story reported by Topless Robot, dozens of people in Japan have been making anonymous donations to orphanages since Christmas, sending in cash, food, expensive backpacks and more under the name of fictional crimefighting Japanese luchador Tiger Mask.

It started on Christmas, when an anonymous donor left 10 expensive backpacks at a Japanese orpahanage, signing the name Naoto Date, the name of Tiger Mask's secret identity. The good

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