I've never written fan-fiction. Okay, well, now that I think about it, that's actually a convenient lie. When I was 12, I started writing a novella-length sequel to Army of Darkness and gave up after the first chapter, and there are definitely a couple of Ask Chris columns that only avoid being straight up fanfic because I was writing them for my actual job and I can tenuously claim they were parody. But technically, in the traditional sense of a full length story detailing what would happen if Bella and Edward had to fill in as Gotham City's protectors due to Batman's tempestuous marriage to Goku, that's never really been my thing.
I do, however, know exactly what it's like, because when I play WWE 2K14, I go into it with a set of elaborate storylines that would rival any Harry Potter sequel on the Internet. It's... It's kind of becoming a problem at this point.
I've loved pro wrestling almost as long as I've loved comics, but it takes a lot to get me interested in those two things joining together. Books like Super Pro KO and The Legend of Ricky Thunder are absolutely fantastic, don't get me wrong, but when it comes to making comics that are actually based on the real-life stars of World Wrestling Entertainment, I've been burned pretty much every single time. That said, if there's one thing that could've gotten me excited about WWE Superstars, the latest attempt at bringing pro wrestling to the page, it was the announcement that it was being written by one of my all-time favorites, Mick Foley.
That was more than enough to get me to read it, and I'm glad I did, because this book is ridiculously entertaining -- and part of that comes from the fact that it is also one thousand percent bonkers.
When it comes to the holiday gift-giving season, comic book readers are notoriously difficult to shop for. I mean, most of us are down at the shop buying our favorite stuff every single week, so when the time comes for people who like us to get us something we want, well, a lot of times we already have it. That’s why we’re stepping in with a public service, bringing you comics-related items sure to make the season brighter, whether you’re browsing for a gift or just looking for something to drop hints about so that you don’t get stuck with a random assortment of back issues again.
Some of us are adults with homes that need decorating, right? Well why not make that decorating a little more fun with throw pillows featuring the art of Ramon Villalobos, which mostly involves wrestling moves and Batman.
Listen: I am a bitter old man. This is on record and there's no getting around it. And yet, if there's one thing that does my withered heart good, it's seeing kids these days getting into stuff with an incredible amount of talent and enthusiasm. Case in point: 18 year-old Meg Lovell, better known on Tumblr and Twitter as Sailor Swayze, whose incredible art mashes up Animal Crossing, pro wrestling, fighting games, magical girls, and sometimes all of that all at once.
If there's one thing that sets ComicsAlliance apart from other websites, it's that we're not exactly shy about letting our readers know what our favorite things are. As a result, whether it's our look back at Power Rangers, our (sadly short-lived) series of looks at the Japanese Spider-Man show, or even our recent excitement over Shotaro Ishinomori, you're probably already aware that we have a soft spot for tokusatsu. There's just something about tr
While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of the submission hold that won 16 World Championships with our celebration of Figure-Four Leglocktober!DID YOU KNOW...
While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of the most electrifying man in sports entertainment as we celebrate The Rocktober!DID YOU KNOW...
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
It's the most wonderful time of the year, everybody: WrestleMania Time! And to mark the occasion, Chris and Matt are pleased to welcome not one guest, but a tag-team of wrestling excitement: Super Pro KO! creator Jarrett Williams and Chikara commentator Leonard F. Chikarason! So get ready for a no-holds-barred chat as we step into the squared circle with War Rocket Ajax!War Rocket Ajax #106: It Was Me All Along with Jarrett Williams and Le
This week on ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast, "Lightning" Mike Quackenbush joins us to talk about the influence of comic books on his career as a pro wrestler, what it was like to square off against the super-hero that inspired him, and even the creators he's been wanting to get in the ring since he was a kid. It's a fun one, and y
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