WWE: Now. Then. Forever. #1 Review (BOOM! Studios)


Title: WWE: Now. Then. Forever. #1
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Dennis Hopeless, Ross Thibodeaux, Rob Schamberger, Derek Fridolfs
Artwork by: Dan Mora, Rob Schamberger, Rob Guillory, Daniel Bayliss, Derek Fridolfs
Rating: 4 out of 5

Om the heels of their announcement that BOOM! would be publishing WWE comics, we are hit with their first over-sized issue containing stories straight from the WWE with 6 available covers!

The first story takes us to the beginning of the end of one of the self-proclaimed “greatest factions in WWE”, The Shield. When Seth Rollins starts to act weird, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns seek to find out what’s going on with their brother; but brotherly love is the LAST thing Seth has in mind…

Summer camp was never like this for me! Imagine getting to camp and seeing The New Day as your counselors! But when other wrestlers threaten to suck the Power of Positivity right out of the camp, it’s up to Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods to save the day and the Positivity of their camp!

They also give us a story of a young Sasha Banks, and how she went from being a girl with a dream and a hero in Eddie Guerro, to the new WWE Women’s Division Champion!

All short stories, drawn beautifully by different artists who use their talents to reflect each different story line, and written with WWE Greats for old fans, new fans and fans at heart.

Be sure to grab this, and other BOOM! Studios issues, from your local or digital comic book shop.

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