There’s never been a collection of wrestling stories and articles like this!
Read the true stories of how these wrestlers’ careers and personas evolved from their challenging childhoods to their initiation into the wrestling industry, all the way to the road to superstardom! All stories are written by wrestling historian, John Crowther, and are based on actual interviews he conducted with the wrestlers.
The Comic Book Encyclopedia of Pro Wrestling is a 280-page, soft-cover, perfect-bound, full-color book in standard comic book dimensions (6.625″ x 10.25″).
Volume 1 of The Comic Book Encyclopedia of Pro Wrestling includes full-length comic stories (20-32 pages each) from:
- Bruno Sammartino
- Nikolai Volkoff
- The Genius Lanny Poffo
- Hacksaw Jim Duggan
- B. Brian Blair of The Killer Bees
- Jumpin’ Jim Brunzell of The Killer Bees
- Ricky Morton of The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express
- Bobby Fulton of The Fantastics
- Sunny the California Girl from G.L.O.W.
- Jake Hager (a.k.a. Jack Swagger)
Just the facts, collected from the wrestlers’ own accounts of their careers and exploits, and those of their partners, opponents, and colleagues, all in combination with our own research. Each article is a comprehensive snapshot of the life and accomplishments of a timeless wrestling personality, some at a particular point in their career (with future articles planned to supplement), some spanning their entire career.
In addition to to articles on the featured wrestlers from the comics, The Comic Book Encyclopedia of Pro Wrestling includes entries on:
- The Macho Man Randy Savage
- The Nature Boy Ric Flair
- The Iron Sheik
- Eddie Guerrero
- More to be announced!
Comic Book Stories