16 Jan 2018



I have been many places and done many things, but I have never been to Wrestlemania. I have attended some of the greatest Wrestling shows that have happened in the U.K including Summerslam 92 at Wembley.

I have never been to Wrestlemania, the main reason is because of how expensive it is!

However I didn't let that phase me and I decided if I couldn't afford to go.. I was gonna make one of my own! My own Wrestlemania which could happen in what ever timeline I wanted and with all the superstars of my choosing.

No Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose or any of them other vest wearing mediocre looking "superstars" of the current era. I fancied going back in time! To a time when the legends roamed the earth (late 80s early 90s to be specific)

So with my army of action figures, mini engineering/set building skills and average photography, I managed to create a dream Wrestlemania where my action figure could be in the front row. After doing a few practice runs with smaller sets and cards I went to work booking something truly awesome.

Here is the video of the entire event. Once I finished making this I came to the realization that

 1. I may be mental..

2. I could have gone to wrestlemania if I hadn't of spent all that money on action figures.. oh well!

2 Jun 2017



So here it is.. my first ever comic book. It all started with me a long time ago when I first ever picked up a pencil and discovered comic books. I always wanted to be a comic book maker and have been drawing them most of my life. I have made short violent stories, comedy satire and even made graphic novels in recent years using photos of action figures online for Lost Entertainment. However that wasn't enough and I've always thought the ultimate was to have a 30 plus page made up of my stories and drawings. I've always been put off by the amount of time and effort that would go into such a project and it's one of those things I put to one side forever like most people who dream of taking in such a big project but know they have it in them. 

Working in the industry of illustration and comic books it's something I've always been told to do and something I have subconsciously told my self to do for a long time. Last year I decided as a new years resolution to make my first comic.. but what about?

 KROD photo courtesy of Chris Pearce photography

As many of you know outside of Lost Entertainment I am an the former pro wrestler known as KROD the Colombian bad guy from Wrestleforce and London Lucha League. I have been training with the London School of Lucha Libre for around five years. It was here where trainers Greg Burridge and Garry Vanderhorne taught me not only the art of professional wrestling but the art of story telling and wrestling psychology. With all this in mind it was a no brainer what my first comic book was going to be about. One night me and my very good friend Liam James (another wrestler and all round great bloke) were having a smoke and he randomly said "INTERGALACTIC WRESTLING CHALLENGE" and I said "THAT'S IT!!" from there we both sat brainstorming ideas and characters for a very novel concept.

I got to work right away drawing up characters and writing up bios as well as a universe for everything to unfold in. The comic takes place in another galaxy with a wrestling ring that flies on a gravity plate with laser ropes. I spent a few weeks referencing old WWE wrestling tapes, video games and bootleg action figures before embarking on my quest. Upon taking up the project and deciding to do the entire thing alone, I was told by many that doing such a huge project was possible but I would go through hell in the process.. it's a good job I enjoy hell.

After 4 months of writing, penciling, inking, coloring, editing and becoming a general recluse that only operated in vampire hours Intergalactic Gladiators is here. A comic about aliens wrestling in space made by an ex pro wrestler. I am releasing it today for free on Lost Entertainment as I want my work to be viewed by EVERYONE around the world. The book will be making it's way to shops and if it does well enough and there's a demand I will make more. So world here is KROD's gift to you..

Big thanks to everyone who believed in me especially my friends, my family, my family at the London School of Lucha Libre and the love of my life Jade Bray who powers me to carry on doing the work I do. Big Love xxx


INTERGALACTIC GLADIATORS©  and its characters is Copyright of Lost Entertainment and Kristian Rodriguez

22 Apr 2017


Introduction by K ROD

Brock Versus Rock was a small project I made a short while ago. It was something I made and edited in one day using an ipad camera, a toy UFC octagon and 3 action figures. The first fight was just a test project to see what was possible and what would happen if Rocky stepped in the octagon and seeing as I had a new Brock Lesnar figure it was a no brainer.

After the first fight many people enjoyed it but the same amount were upset about a few things, mainly the outcome of the fight. I had a feeling this might happen thats why I set up the sequel just in case. Enough people saw the first fight and seeing as it got people talking I made sure the rematch was everything the first fight wasn't. The first fight had no back story we just went straight in and it was a short affair. This time round we have gone to 60 plus pages of story and action.

As well as adding many characters into the fold I built a few mini locations from scratch such as a bar, a wrestling gym, streets and the awesome arena where the fight takes place.

This has been a passion project which I have worked on in the evenings and has taken a couple of months to finish. If you enjoy this story share this post with your friends and be sure to check out my other toy stories in the comics tab above. Also the referee figure is an action figure of K ROD made by Tom Daines at Fallen Models

Enjoy K ROD