Mad Cave Studios Introduces NEW Wrestling Based Comic – Over the Ropes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”28835″ img_size=”411×628″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]Wrasslin fans can now rejoice…. A new wrestling based comic series from writer Jay Sandlin and artist Antonello Cosentino is in the works at Mad Cave Studios. Some of the best wrasslin happened in the mid to late 90s, the rise of the n.W.o, the degenerates of DX, and the Monday Night Wars. Oh, the good old days!

Over the Ropes is fictional based tale of indie wrestling during the “golden age” of pro wrestling. You will meet characters such as Jason Lynn aka Phoenix, Brady Jackson aka Barbwire, Ramblin’ Ricky Radison and “Roll Tide” Billy Radison. The series is set to debut in stores and online this December. Check out the official press release below and some preview pages.

If you’d like to checkout their other bookshead to your local comic shop or order through Amazon or online Mad Cave store. Also available digitally on Comixology![/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”28833,28834,28836″ img_size=”411×627″ speed=”3000″ autoplay=”yes” wrap=”yes”][vc_column_text]Writer Jay Sandlin and artist Antonello Cosentino collaborate to explore the world of indie wrestling in the golden age of the sport, the 90’s. Over the Ropes is an underdog story of staying true to oneself in a world where ring personas often time bleed into reality. Sandlin and Cosentino craft a tale in which finding one’s true self may mean crafting a larger than life image inside of the ring.

Set in a fictional world, Over the Ropes dives into sports entertainment’s biggest era. A young high-flyer named Jason Lynn goes off-script in a match to win the world title and sets the southern territory on fire as the face-painted wrestler, Phoenix.

In Over the Ropes, Jason’s battles in the ring are only outperformed by his struggles outside of it. First dates. Crooked promoters. Cage matches. Factions and families. No matter what problems smack him with a steel chair, Jason lives by his catchphrase: “I. Will. Rise.”

“On the surface, Over the Ropes may seem like another Saturday morning wrestling show, but in reality, it’s about the underdog in all of us fighting and clawing for one moment in the spotlight. The characters grew out of my desire to write the kind of wrestling story I gravitated to the most; where the predetermined nature of in-ring action and backstage drama blends with shades of reality until the two are indistinguishable.”


  • Jay Sandlin


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