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WWE teams with Papercutz for all-ages comics

Salicrup and Nantier at WWE's offices in Connecticut.

Papercutz Editor-In-Chief Jim Salicrup (left) and Publisher Terry Nantier at WWE’s offices in Connecticut. (via Papercutz blog)

What a maneuver!

Wrestling news website PWInsider.com reports that WWE had signed a deal with the kid-friendly publisher Papercutz to produce “graphic novels and digital comics.”

WWE, and the wrestling industry in general, has a long and complicated history in the comics medium, with WWE itself having a string of comic books produced over the years at Valiant, Chaos, Titan and even on its own. But this new partnership sees the publicly traded wrestling company go down a more all-ages route with fans.

Robot 6 has reached out to Papercutz for more on this story, but has not received comment.

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3 Comments

Who’s the guy in the middle?

“Jesse Post
June 12, 2013 at 3:44 pm

Who’s the guy in the middle?”

That’s Andre The Giant.

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