The 4th letter has up pages and an overview of what could possibly be the best reason ever for the existence of manga, the internet and maybe even the printing press … the Hulk Hogan manga:
That’s my favorite page, the one that chronicles how Andre the Giant bit Hogan’s arm off during a match back in the 80s. The site writes:
Yes, that’s right. It’s Hulk Hogan THE MANGA. Published by “Special Volume Ace Five Comics,” Pro Wrestler Superstar Biographies: Hulk Hogan tracks Hogan’s life from the beginning of his career to his time in Vince McMahon, Sr.’s World Wide Wrestling Federation. The comic utilizes an interesting version of kayfabe (the wrestling term for “the fourth wall”), with events in Hogan’s life both inside and outside of the ring depicted with the utmost seriousness one expects from biographical comics about pro wrestlers.