To the finish! Lucha Libre manager, Falstaff, has a nice little business fixing matches and raking in the pesos with his under-the-table business partner, Bad Boy Prince. But Hotspurs is one Luchador who is sick of taking falls and watching his career flounder while he’s in his prime. It’s a bout for Masks vs. Hair, and this time, Falstaff doesn’t get to decide who the winner will be!
Shakespeare Shaken continues the tradition of Shakespeare and men in tights in FALSTAFF’s ARENA, a story borrowing characters from “Henry IV,” tumbled together with Mexican wrestling!
Written by Marta Tanrikulu and the debut of artist Michael Reisner; colors by Ashley Lanni, letters by Gabriel Dunston. FALSTAFF’S ARENA, is a wonderfully vivid slobberknocker that takes professional wrestling and turns it on its head!
FALSTAFF’S ARENA is available NOW on the Red Stylo Media store for 1.99! This file also includes a BONUS pin-up from artist Laura Guzzo!
Marta Tanrikulu edits and writes technical, educational, marketing, and creative materials, including the occasional story. Trained as a scientist, she worked as a researcher and editor in the biotech industry before founding her company, TanMar Editorial.
This is the debut of artist Michael Reisner.
Ashley Lanni has been making art since receiving her first set of crayons in the 80′s. Most of her days are happily spent drawing art for the entertainment of the people that understand her the most. Read more about her comic Aspire on Facebook at Facebook.com/AspireComics.
Gabriel Dunston is a cartoonist/illustrator living in Garner, North Carolina. He has made journal comics and comic short stories and is now working on his first full graphic novel. When not making comics, Gabriel is playing drums, teaching high school drumline, and raising his daughter as a stay-at-home-dad. He also does his fair share of freelance work. To read more about him or see more work please visit his website. FireLightsMedia.com
SHAKESPEARE SHAKEN is a folio of thirty original comic stories and vignettes inspired by the plays, poetry and life of William Shakespeare. This isn’t a boring top rope powerbomb followed by a pump-handle slam into the 1…2…3…no it’s Shakespeare SHAKEN, not stirred!