Mexican masked wrestler Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta, better known as El Santo, was an icon in the ring, but artist José G. Cruz turned him into a superhero with his Santo comics. On film, El Santo would go on to battle mad scientists, witches, zombies and, most famously, those wicked vampire women. Even when lu
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In our recurring original art feature, writer Chris Sims and artist Rusty Shackles carry on the noble comic book tradition of the imaginary story by bringing you the Best Comics Ever that don't actually exist! This week, we step into the Squared Circle for the most off-beat tag-team of all!
Marvel Two-In-One Annual #9 (1984)
Writer: Chris Sims
Artist: Rusty Shackles
48pp, Full Color
When the Lord of the Vampires loses a battle with Mephisto for the right to rule the underworld, his only chance for survival is to challenge him to a duel, showing up at the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation charity event to demand the Thing act as his second! Now, Ben Grimm and Dracula must unite in the ring to face off against Rey Infernerio and El Hijo de Mephisto in a no-holds-barred tag-team match -- with the souls of every fan in the arena at stake! Will their unlikely tag team be able to defeat two demonic rudos who honed their skills battling El Mascara De Plata in the '70s? Find out in this senses shattering throwdown!
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