“Matt with the reverse! BAM! Nick high flies off the rope! BANG! The crowd roars! SUPERKICK!”
Before they were the AEW superstar tag team, The Young Bucks, they were tiny go getters with a big dream.
In the first book of The Elite Team Series, see how The Young Bucks lead The Elite Team friends (Cody Rhodes, Hangman, Kenny Omega, and Marty Scrull) in a story about believing in yourself, combatting bullying, and never giving up on your dreams. With vibrant illustrations, and comic book flair, your little wrestler will be inspired to BE ELITE!
Witness the first beginnings of The Elite Team. Perfect to share with your own little wrestlers, and create the next generation of wrestling fans!
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The Elite Team: Young Bucks Stand Tall
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About the Author
Matt and Nick Jackson of the wrestling tag team, the "Young Bucks," remember growing up being the smallest kids in class. It bothered them at times, but soon learned that height did not matter. What mattered was, how hard they were willing to work to achieve their dreams. Although still not the biggest, Matt and Nick Jackson travel the world as professional wrestler, living their dreams and inspiring fans. Dylan Coburn is an artist who draws for a living. His creative talents include production and storyboarding in the comic and movie world. As a little boy, he drew so often that his fingers were calloused and indelibly colored from pencil and ink. He’s also done his fair share of Wrestling, and now reserves his activity for daily bouts with his son, Zac.
"The messaging of [Young Bucks Stand Tall], which focuses in on combating bullying and having confidence in yourself, is a timeless message ... Young Bucks Stand Tall is a well done story that fans will enjoy not just for the references to the popular wrestling characters, but also for the valuable life lessons and conversations that the story will spark between reader and child." —Ryan Droste, comicbook.com