• Long May She Reign: FSCW’s Aerial Monroe

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    Professional badass wrestler Aerial Monroe is a goddess. Seriously. She first appeared on the professional wrestling circuit in 2015 and has been going nonstop ever since. She’s a veteran of female-lead wrestling events such as the Queens of Combat, SHINE, and Shimmer. As if that list wasn’t impressive enough, Aerial debuted in WWE’s Monday Night

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  • Bells Will Ring For WWE Then. Now. Forever.

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    WWE Then. Now. Forever. Volume 3 Andy Belanger,  Ryan Ferrier, Derek Freidlofs, Aaron Gillespie, Bill Hanstock, Tini Howard, Michael Kingston, Julian May, Kevin Panetta, Lan Pitts, Brent Schoonover, Andrew Stott (Writing); Andy Belanger, Dozerdraws, Jake Elphick, Derek Friedlofs, Kendall Goode, Hyeonjin Kim, Rodrigo Lorenzo, Carlos Magno, Michel Mulipola, Brent Schoonover, Dominike “Domino” Stanton (Art); Jim

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  • In the Ring With Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling (FSCW)

    In the Ring With Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling (FSCW)0

    It’s not every day you see Skeletor from He-Man & the Masters of the Universe place a choke hold on Spider-Man. Or Borderland’s Jinx body slam Lana Kane from Archer. Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling (FSCW) was created in 2009 by Florida Supercon founder Mike Broder. The idea for FSCW was to “offer a form of

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  • WWE #14: Well, It Could Be Worse

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    WWE #14 Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard (writers), Serg Acuña (artist), Dan Mora (cover artist) BOOM! Studios February 21, 2018 There is something fascinating about WWE #14. The first issue of the arc chronicling the Women’s Revolution in the company is some kind of genius in how metatextual the storytelling is. Because, exactly like the real

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  • Not Feeling the GLOW

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    On February 9th, 1989 WWE owner Vince McMahon changed the landscape of professional wrestling forever when he testified to the New Jersey state senate that his business wasn’t a legitimately contested sport like boxing, but instead a scripted stage show with a predetermined outcome. It was hardly a world shaking revelation to the outside world,

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