Hey, guys. It's here.
It's the 19th issue of The Atomic Elbow. I'm pretty happy with the way this one turned out, and I think you will be, too. First of all, look at that cover! It's by Jethro Wall. So many forks! Once you get past that cover, you'll see Beaver's drawing of Okada.
That photo is obscured and blurry. You'll have to get your own copy to see how great this drawing actually is (hint... It is really great). This one starts out with an article by John Langmead about the movie Memphis Heat.
Scott Holland's here again. This time it's to tell you about the time he saw the birth of Austin 3:16.
We sent Michael Francis back out On Assignment to write about the recent WWE tour of Australia.
Benjamin Welton returns with a Pacific Northwest history lesson.
Ed Blair and I decided to listen to every single wrestling-related piece of pop music ever recorded and write about it. Get used to this one. It's gonna take us a while to get through all of it.
I wrote about the USWA's Championship Tournament.
There's an EXCLUSIVE excerpt of Łukasz Kowalczuk's new book in this issue. It's the first English-language publication of this material.
There are also MORE COMICS from Jason "Mister J." Conlan. It's fun for everyone and ALL OF THIS is still only five American dollars. Why not head on over to The Atomic Elbow Online Store and buy your copy right now!