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Rawking and Evil Robot are two professional wrestlers employed by the Strength Monsters Wrestling Federation. They are among the last wrestlers alive with an authentic knowledge of Catch as Catch Can Wrestling, an older and less known Wrestling style. Rawking and Evil Robot find their favorite taco shop, Carlos Family Tacos, in a dire situation and nearly forced out of business by the much larger T.M. Tacos franchise. T.M. Tacos has plans to shut Carlos Family Tacos out of Business for good by looking to dominate the upcoming Eat-A-Burrito Competition with former pro-wrestler and Luchador extraordinaire Burrito Man. Do Rawking and Evil Robot have what it takes to defend their local taco shop and reclaim their legacy and face the sinister Burrito Man in an all out war? Find out by downloading this inaugural issue today!

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  1. Written and Inked by Sam Kressin
  2. Penciled by A.J. Fulcher
  3. Length 32 Pages
  4. Full Color Cover Black and White Interior
  5. DMR Free PDF Download



Review #: S6NGX85D
Danny Planet

Topic: Packed with twisting plots of rivalry, revenge, and wrestling!

Review: “Strength Monsters was a fun read for me. The story is packed with twisting plots of rivalry, revenge, and wrestling. The wrestling scenes were by far the best part of the book. The sequences flowed together like a strip book, making it easy to follow what the characters were doing despite the often complicated and elaborate maneuvers the characters were pulling off. It reminded me a little bit of the way Black Belt Magazine formats their step-by-step how-to articles, each image showing one more step of the move. I thought that was really cool.”

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