Since 1990, The Undertaker has been a force to be reckoned with in professional wrestling. With his recent retirement, it seemed like an excellent time to remember that he was once considered the Big Dog in comic books as well… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Undertaker #1 awaits!
Bluefin is bringing new S.H. Figuarts WWE action figures to US shores Be on the lookout for The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H.
BOOM! Studios unveiled two new covers for the upcoming WWE comics, and has announced Eric Powell will appear on Saturday’s panel.
BOOM! Studios received a lot of attention earlier this week when it announced it would release WWW: Then. Now. Forever. Yes, a wrestling comic that will arrive at the show!
Press Release Papercutz, the industry’s leading children’s graphic novel publisher, has announced the latest addition to its successful WWE publishing program. WWE SLAM CITY, the second Papercutz series to feature the WWE Superstars will make its debut in August 2014.
Here at Stately Spoilers Manor East (known also as “my divan”), I have one rule about comics: “Let’s read some!” When I heard that the WWE would be making another run at comic book incarnations of their heels and faces and tweeners (OH MY!), I was skeptical. But when I heard the writing would be by beloved Hall Of Famer Mick “Cactus Jack/Mankind/Dude Love” Foley, I knew this would be a series I’d have to check out. How does it stack up? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Back in June, Papercutz came to a deal with WWE over rights to comic series based on the Pro-Wrestling franchise and its many superstars. Well, that news has expanded at SDCC to include not one, but two different titles based on the franchise. So take the jump for the full set of info.
Those crazy WWE superstars have arranged themselves into the emotional spectrum corps from the last major arcs of Green Lantern. This was definitely not something I expected to see when I went in looking for pictures of Kelly Kelly this morning. Via WWE