“WWE’s” new comic “Superstars #1” Co written by wrestling superstar Mick Foley. Under the “Super Geniuses Comic” label Mick steps into the comic book writing world. On December 14 2013 at 1:00 pm the world famous wrestler did a comic signing at "Midtown Comics" in New York, for his fans dress as "Santa claus". He was jolly, his fans were ecstatic and fun was had by all. The comic debuted on newsstands and comic shops on December 11, 2013. Mick was in high spirits for his fan's young and old, making this the event to remember for any fan.
Justin Valentin a huge fan had this to say about meeting Mick
Mick Foley has captivated everybody's love since his debut in the Wrestling industry.
Performing death defying moves that probably no other wrestler will ever attempt and gaining more respect after being tossed off of the "Hell in the Cell" during his match with "The Undertaker" in 1998 at the "King of the Ring". Throughout the years he has been hated, loved, and adored by his fans. From "Mankind", "Dude love", and his most barbaric alter ego "Cactus Jack." His career is definitely one that will never be replicated.
The comic “WWE Superstars #1” Has “John Cena” as the hero, Cena play an ex cop who is framed for a crime he didn’t commit. “Randy Orton’s” a power tripping mob boss Trying to gain the top spot as D.A. of Titan city against Alberto del Rio in Titan City. “CM punk” the rebel is out to fight against the corruption and power. While this sounds good on paper, fans of wrestling and “WWE”will be the deciding factor in this new comic from best selling author Mick Foley. Reviews from the Comic books industry and fans have so far been kind to “Mankind”
Matthew Wells of whatculture.com had this to say
WWE Superstars is a fun little read, and it’s a great new beginning for a WWE comics. Getting Mick Foley as the writer was a perfect choice, as he knows character’s motivations and mannerisms….
The future of this comic is unknown but the turnout at Midtown comics was full of cheer. Kids meeting there hero and Adults meeting up to talk all things wrestling. Mick foley truly gave fans a reason to stand out in the snow. Check out the slideshow and the video for more on the event.