Born in April 24, 1922 in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Alejandro Munoz Moreno was the fifth of twelve siblings in his family. His father was a local farmer, but at a very young age, Alejandro dropped out of school and relocated to the city of Monterrey. His uncle got […]
I was born in 1971 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico and currently resides in Dallas, Texas. I love to write lucha libre themed comics, Latin percussion, Iron Maiden, classic Mexican Lucha libre films and comics, baseball and pro/wrestling. I wrote my first lucha libre/slasher feature "Azteq vs. The Prowler" based on my Graphic Novel and is going to be released next January.
The El Santo comics were very popular in Mexico and all over Latin America for a few decades, beginning in 1952 when the issue first appeared. The first series lasted from 1952 to 1958, with over 300 magazines published. There have been at least 4 separate series of […]
Assembling a Top 5 Lucha/Horror listing of these type of films is a very difficult task, because some of the better titles are not easy to find, but probably the signature film of this genre should be Las Momias de Guanajuato, which starred Blue Demon, Mil Mascaras, and […]
After soccer, “lucha libre” is the second most popular sport in Mexico. Since its national prominence, the Mexican movie industry produced a genre of “lucha-hero” films, starring some of the best masked wrestlers in the country. All of these movies incorporated bizarre plots, hand-to-hand combat, sequences, odd musical […]