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WWE: Forever #1 Spotlights the Classic Era of the Then-WWF

In January, BOOM! will be releasing WWE: Forever #1, an over-sized one-shot focusing on tales of the WWE Legends.  And you know what?  That main cover (above) is so perfect, let’s revisit the classic era via Cyndi Lauper’s “Goonies ‘r’ Good Enough” videos, which feature Hot Rod, Iron Shiek, Nikolai Volkoff, Captain Lou, Classy Freddy, Fabulous Moolah and Andre.

Official PR follows:

BOOM! Studios and WWE today announced WWE: FOREVER #1, an all-new oversized one-shot special featuring action-packed stories of the greatest WWE Legends on-sale in January 2019.

The team of Michael Kingston (Headlocked) & Michel Mulipola (WWE) return to document the rise of the Excellence of Execution, Bret Hart; Brent Schoonover (Captain Marvel) recounts when Bobby “The Brain” Heenan attempts to kidnap Matilda the Bulldog, Lan Pitts (WWE) & Carlos Magno (Planet of The Apes) reveal the showdown between Razor Ramon and Ted DiBiase at a jewelry shop; Arune Singh and Kendall Goode (WWE: NXT Takeover) reveal the true origin of the partnership between Money Inc. tag team partners Irwin R. Schyster and Ted DiBiase.

WWE: FOREVER #1 features a main cover by Rahzzah (Luke Cage), along with a wraparound preorder cover by Kendall Goode (The Doorman) and a variant cover by Marco D’Alfonso (I Am Groot).

“WWE is home to some of the greatest performers in history and we’re thrilled to honor some of those Legends in this special,” said Chris Rosa, Editor, BOOM! Studios.


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