How long has it been? My first script notes were from April of 2006… We held a US ‘premiere’ at a couple of Hollywood theaters two-plus years later, and OH YEAH… in October of 2008 Los Campeones de la Lucha … Continued
70s issues of the Mexico City lucha mag El Halcon featured pull-out 11×17″ posters of current ring stars. They were poorly printed, on super thin low-grade newsprint, and featured photos that were never that good to begin with. However, these … Continued
More examples of the postcard-sized souvenir photos sold outside lucha arenas we featured last month.
Great illos from licensed kids records from 1969/70.
Great white-masked mad doctor vs. black masked barrel-chested hero action from the 72nd issue of the Neutrón comic by José Herrera. Herrera may not have been as big a name as Jose G. Cruz in the history of fotonovela, but … Continued
But does he stick the landing? Nifty 60s superhero-esque shot of Rayo de Jalisco. I’ve seen this photo mislabeled as the serial hero La Sombra Vengadora, but that predecessor costume only had the lightning bolt down one leg, and featured … Continued
The superb Brian Ralph did this pin-up of the buxom ring bunny for us, published in the all-too-rare HOODWINK #1 in 2003.
My modest collection of 4″ wall busts, some signed even.