After the success of the video game-inspired Kick Fighter Komiks, its publisher Infinity Publishing, Inc. attempted to capitalize on another popular trend of the time: professional wrestling. The result was Wrestle Warriors Komiks, which had a very brief run in 1993. One of its featured characters was Kisig Pinoy ("Dashing Pinoy?"), who was based on wrestling superstar "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
Created by writer Geraldo Jumawan and artist Louie A. Salvio, Pikoy was a frail, mentally-challenged young lad. He then encounters a mysterious old hermit who magically transforms him into the super-strong champion of justice, Kisig Pinoy.
THE SEVENTIES # 613: DOLPHY, PUGO, MARITESS REVILLA, PANCHITO, MARISSA DELGADO, ROD NAVARRO, BABALU IN "DRAKULA GOES TO R.P." (1973) - *"Drakula Goes to R.P." (1973)* *RVQ Productions* *8th Manila Film Festival Entry* *Release Date June 17, 1973* *Screenplay Ading Fernando* *Cinematography...
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