Over the Ropes and Show’s End continue in digital, with all-new #1 variants
This summer, Mad Cave Studios continues two series; Over the Ropes: Broken KayFabe and Show’s End: The Second Coming, will return as digital comics, with issue #1 of each print edition featuring variant covers by Will Robson and Tim Daniel.
The first 100 readers to subscribe will receive a variant with their series subscription, and the trade paperback is included; receiving all the digital issues monthly, and at the end of the arc, will have the full volume in your hands.
Over the Ropes: Broken KayFabe
(W) Jay Sandlin (A) Antonio Cosentino
(C) Francesco Segala (L) Justin Birch
Welcome to volume two of Over the Ropes, the 1990’s pro-wrestling series. SFW’s hit TV show, Explode, takes the wrestling world by storm with champion, Phoenix, scoring big ratings while his girlfriend, Courtney, learns the ropes as new wrestler, Scorch. The gloves come off when a rival promotion led by Jason’s estranged father, Buddy Peacock, invades Explode. When Courtney’s injured, Jason must choose between family and fame in a bout with permanent stipulations. When the final bell rings, it’ll be Phoenix vs. Peacock– father vs. son, in a main event crowning a unified champion. Will Phoenix rise again or lose it all in a puff of smoke?
Show’s End: The Second Coming
(W) Anthony Cleveland (A) Jef Sadzinski
(C) Fabi Marques (L) Justin Birch
What’s left of Daxton Rickles’ Circus is now performing on street corners to get by, but a series of mysterious murders surrounding our troop forces them to head south for safety in a town operated and occupied by circus performers.
However, the town is no longer what it once was. It is now ruled by a young, charismatic cult figure named Leviticus “Miss Levy” Jones, who believes those born “deformed” are the only ones truly perfect in the eyes of the creator. The longer the group stays, the more sinister the town is revealed to be.
Meanwhile, a forgotten figure from Loralye’s past lurks in the distance and is coming to reveal her true path.