Javier Solórzano

Bell Gardens artist behind the comic “Super Lucha Cats”

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In the comic book “ Super Lucha Cats ,” four crime-fighting anthropomorphic cats — in lucha libre wrestling masks — battle monsters terrorizing Bell Gardens.

‘Super Lucha Cats’: LA artist creates a comic starring felines as lucha libre heroes

In the comic book “ Super Lucha Cats ,” four crime-fighting anthropomorphic cats — in lucha libre wrestling masks — battle monsters terrorizing Bell Gardens.

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