An illustrated history of wrestling comic books

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July 19, 2013

Muscular, spandex-clad men flying through the air as they tangle with foes in a battle of good versus evil. What’s the first picture that pops in your head when you read that sentence: A comic book brawl or a match between two WWE Superstars?

It doesn’t necessarily have to be one or the other. At various points throughout sports-entertainment history, Superstars have been the focus of some of the most unique books to ever be printed. These comics took some of the most popular Superstars ever (and Virgil) and put them in the types of adventures more often associated with Batman or The Avengers.

Check out selections from the Superstar-studded comic books | WWE at Comic-Con

Have you ever wanted to see Kevin Nash as a vigilante in the year 2023? Or The Undertaker fighting demons for control of Hell? How about the Ultimate Warrior on an intergalactic adventure of self-discovery? If any of those sound interesting, check out some of these wild comics.

*All images scanned from WWEClassics.com archived collection

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