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Galaxy Wrestling All-Stars Comic Book Creator’s will be at Metro Pro Wrestling in Kansas City on June 4th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 1, 2016


Galaxy Wrestling All-Stars Comic Book

When a woman becomes the galaxy’s first human wrestling champion she becomes the target for all the best, and the worst, wrestlers who think a human isn’t good enough to hold the belt. Meet Charlene Rocket. Is she in over her head? Or can this woman from Earth take on the toughest, meanest wrestlers in the universe for the title!

Galaxy Wrestling All-Stars is the story of Women’s Professional Wrestling in a pulp science fiction setting. Women come from all over the universe to battle it out in the ring. You’ll see Cosmic Princesses, Cowgirls, Demons, Robots, Jungle Girls, and more as they contend for the championship of the Galaxy.

Blog: http://galaxywrestlingall-stars.blogspot.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoireComics

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/galaxywrestlingallstars/



Co-creator of Galaxy Wrestling All-Stars and married to the other co-creator, Tina Noire likes to spend time reading comics and watching professional wrestling. She enjoys women’s pro wrestling the most and finds most of her favorites appearing on Shimmer, Stardom, Bellatrix, and Shine.

Fellow creator and husband, Charlie Rock, also watches a lot of professional wrestling. He has been a fan for many years and has many great memories watching the greats of U.S. and Japan as far back as the early 80s. Charlie prizes his vast comic book collection as among his most valuable possessions not for their resale value but for the treasure trove of tales they represent.

Also on June 4, MPW returns to Turner Rec Center for Metro Pro Wrestling’s Sixth Anniversary Show, featuring legendary tag team Demolition and the beginning of a 16-man tournament for the Metro Pro Championship. Plus Michael Strider accepts the 201 MWR Wrestler of the Year plaque of Jeremy Wyatt.

You can buy tickets for our June show now at http://www.metrowrestling.com/store/

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