Look, everybody: If you announce that you're doing a WWE comic that's written by my all-time favorite wrestler, Mick Foley, then I'm already going to buy it. You don't need to add anything else, like, say, a cover that's an homage to Fantastic Four #51's classic "This Man, This Monster" featuring CM Punk in the role of the ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing. That's just going over the top. And yet, that's exactly what the folks at Papercutz have done for their upcoming series, and it's not the only one.
Check out the variant covers for WWE #1 below, featuring pretty awesome stuff like Dean Haspiel doing an homage to Jack Kirby's Captain America vs. Daredevil art from Daredevil #43, but with Kane and Triple H. It's everything I've ever wanted.
Ah, springtime, when a young man's fancy turns to... WrestleMania! It's our annual 'Mania-themed podcast, and this time, we're welcoming Glory and Morbius: The Living Vampire writer Joe Keatinge and podcaster Danielle Matheson for a roundtable discussion of this year's biggest wrestling event -- and you can listen to the whole show right here on ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #152: WeatherMania with Joe Keatinge and Danielle Matheson
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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
I'll admit that sometimes, I get a little down on things. I'm not normally a pessimist, but every now and then, the pressures and problems of life get to me, and I start to think that maybe there's nothing pure and beautiful and good left in this crazy old world.
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
So X-Men Origins: Wolverine star Hugh Jackman jumped into the middle of a fake WWE fight earlier this week by fake punching a wrestler called Dolph Ziggler, an act of sudden violence that prompted the announcer to shouted "X-Men-esque!" I don't claim to understand kayfabe the way Chris Sims does (or really at all), but it seems that Zig
As ComicsAlliance readers are probably well aware from the number of times I slip references to the squared circle into my columns, I love pro wrestling almost as much as I love comics. And apparently, I'm not the only one who has that particular overlap in my interest, as evidenced by the fact that right now, there's an article on WWE
This past week, New York City was once again host to the American International Toy Fair, in which the toy industry showed off its biggest products for the coming year.
I'm not much of a toy guy anymore -- the fact that I already own more versions of Zartan than any one man should have and my disappointment with the current crop of My Little Pony have kept me from cluttering up my house with any more plastic than I've already got -- but I still pay attention to Toy Fair. More than anything else, it's a crazy snapshot of what's going on in the collective geek consciousness, whether I understand it or not. That's why today, I've combed through the coverage of sites like Toy News International to bring you this year's crop of the Best, Worst and Weirdest Toy Fair offerings!
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