RINGSIDE #7 – Review
Story By: Joe Keatinge
Art By: Nick Barber
Art By: Simon Gough
Cover By: Sandra Lanz
Published By: Image Comics
When you think of wrestling comic books you think of larger than life personalities you think of over the top action and visually stunning artwork this comic has neither of these things. I highly suggest you leave ringside number seven right on the shelf where it is to collect dust and eventually land in a one dollar bin.
Set in the fictional promotion of the CMW what constitutes as a story revolves around three jobbers all of w have the same amount of interest as a wet bag of rocks. Each character appearing to have struggles in pretty Mundane lives trying to gain or re-capture wrestling glory.
Never mind the really bad art and terrible dialogue where this title really falls short is by failing to capture anything that is cool at all about pro-wrestling. Anyone who had on tights had the worst personality on the page at that time. This was a complete and utter snooze fest through and through.
Don’t even waste the brain cells it takes to read this comic it is not worth your time.