Wrestling, comics collide

Life is good for Mike Kingston these days. The lifelong comic nut and professional wrestling fanatic has found a way to blend his two passions with his love for writing, and he’s found a formula for success so far. Kingston is less than $2,000 from once again raising the funds to produce the latest in his series of Headlocked comics, a  coming-of-age story chronicling a college theatre major’s quest to become a professional wrestler. Kingston’s Kickstarter campaign (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/180977151/headlocked-the-last-territory-vol-2) sits…

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Hurricane left success in his wake

 Editor’s note: Originally published in the Kingston Whig-Standard on Jan. 10, 2013. All rights reserved. For the original, please go to http://www.thewhig.com/2013/01/10/the-hurricane-left-success-in-his-wake  Some people spend their entires lives in search of their dream job. Many never find it.     Others have a date with destiny, sometimes even from a very young age. Count Shane Helms among those who fall in among the latter. The man who would become known to wrestling fans as The Hurricane was but a boy when he was bitten by the…

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