War Rocket Ajax #106: The WrestleMania Special with Jarrett Williams and Leonard F. Chikarason
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 Leonard F. Chikarason
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)
We are back in the iTunes Store! Click here to find ComicsAlliance Presents War Rocket Ajax in iTunes, where you can subscribe and leave us a review if you enjoy the show! Thanks for bearing with us while we sorted everything out!
You can also stream the show using the player above, or download it in MP3 format from WarRocketAjax.com.
This week, Chris has been Drawing quite a bit of Somethings, and Matt has been setting impossibly high standards with his stand-up comedy, making it impossible for anyone to follow him on the stage, but when Jarrett and LFC arrive, the conversation turns to all-wrestling, all the time -- with a little bit about comics to meet our requirements.
The panel runs down the entire card for this year's WrestleMania, talks about what it's like to still be a fan of something even though you're working with it, and even go into the nature of storytelling in stuff with muscular dudes in tights. It's a good time, befitting the grandest stage of them all!
You can read The Legend of Ricky Thunder right here.
The card for this year's WrestleMania isn't even on the WrestleMania website, but at least it's on Wikipedia.
If you've never seen a live wrestling show before, you could win this Chikara contest!
Witness the hilarity of Ebessan.
Chris's Rec: The Atomic Elbow wrestling fanzine.
Matt's Rec: Eastbound & Down, Season 3
Justice League #7: "I don't care for this comic very much. It just makes no sense, generally speaking." "I preferred this issue to all the previous six, only because a character got characterized. The problem is that the character that got characterized was Steve Trevor, not any member of the Justice League."
Batman #7: "I thought this issue was really good. It was also crazy as hell." "I am amazed Batman is so good that a no-look backhand knocks out a specific tooth, and I gotta say: I love it."
The Secret History of DB Cooper #1: "This book is clearly going to be a mindf**k. At the end of this first issue, you're still on shaky ground as far as what's going on, and it's sort of a challenge for the reader. I like it a lot."
Wonder Woman #7: