Piranha Elf Attack!

Final Panel from our Strength Monsters Christmas Special. Pre-Order your copy on Kickstarter today here is the link; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu Pencils by Mike Witherby, Inks by Sam Kressin based on the Character Designs by Sam Kressin.

Piranha Elf Attack

Piranha Elfs!

The original character designs by Sam Kressin sent over to Mike Witherby for the Piranha Elfs featured in our Strength Monsters Christmas Special! Pre-Order your hard copy of this comic book today over on Kickstarter here is the link; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu

Piranha Elf Character Design

Battle Royal Finished Pencils!

Finished pencils by Sam Kressin for our forthcoming comic book Strength Monsters in "Christmas Tree Delivery!"

Finished Pencils Battle Royal

Battle Royal!

Check out this rough Sketch by Sam Kressin for our forthcoming comic book Strength Monsters in "Christmas Tree Delivery!" This comic book is currently on Kickstarter and needs more backers here is the link; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu

Battle Royal

The History of the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association

When I published the inaugural issue of Strength Monsters last year (2014) I wrote on the cover “The Official Catch Wrestling Comic Book.” Not long after that a friend of mine wanted to know who deemed my comic book to be the “Official Comic Book of Catch Wrestling.” My answer was the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association of course.

What is the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association you might wonder? Well it’s actually a fictitious organization I made up to certify my comic book as being official. In fact I am the only member of this organization, which doesn’t actually exist, and when I held a meeting with myself everyone voted unanimously to make my comic book the “Official Comic Book of Catch Wrestling.”

I know this sounds ridiculous but it's actually the way things work. In fact A.W.A.’s (American Wrestling Association) All Star Wrestling Publication was approved by the Wrestling Writers Association of America. In fact it was so official it even bore this seal of approval.

 Pro Wrestling Writers Association

 Earlier this year I created this Banner to display when tabling at conventions and other events.

Strength Monsters Banner

 A very painstaking process as I hand lettered the logo and completely miss spelled Strength in the process.

Fortunately due to the miracle of Photoshop I was able to correct the issue but not until after burning through $50.00 (printing up a misspelled banner). A steep price to pay when you’re trying to build a comic book empire on budget of zero.

With closer examination you will notice I planted this little easter egg for anyone with a perceptive mind to find on the banner. It is a parody of the American Wrestling Association's crest and the the Wrestling Writers Association of America. 

Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association

 To this day my Strength Monsters Banner is the ONLY place I have ever published the crest of the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association. That is until last week when I announced anyone who backs my comic book on Kickstarter at the $3 level or higher will receive this sticker of the Pro Wrestling Comic Book Association. AS LONG AS I MAKE THE FUNDING GOAL.

This is one example of the many hidden easter eggs and other gems of obscure and more or less completely worthless knowledge I have embedded within my comic books. The link to my Kickstarter is; http://kck.st/1O4Ersu

Reviews

Review #: ECEGSNS1
Kiyoshi Nakazawa

Topic: Strength Monsters is the type of wrestling comic America needs.

Review: “Strength Monsters is the type of wrestling comic America needs. Willing to go to the outer limits of the absurd with a Burrito wrestler villain (a real living burrito not a man dressed in a burrito costume) and a hero that has built in Tesla Coils with permanent arcing action going at all times. The level of creativeness reminds me of the great Japanese puroresu manga Kinnikuman, there is even a character that reminds me a bit of SteCase King. What's going to set this comic apart from any wrestling comic you may have read, beyond the insane concept of a pro-wrestler with arcing Tesla Coils that fights a giant burrito eating burrito (yes a burrito that eats burritos, that's not a typo), is the attention and research into the amazing catch wrestling moves and techniques. An entertaining blend of real and fake, of the outlandish and historical."

Your Website:http://luckynakazawa.com/
Submitted by:Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Professional Artist


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