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Want to see a sneak peek of the upcoming WWE Heroes Comic #2?  The company sent us the cover images and two pages from the issue that arrives April 27, 2010.

WWE Heroes Comic #2
Writer(s): Keith Champagne
Artist Name(s): Andy Smith
Cover Artist(s): Steve Pugh, Andy Smith (50/50 covers)

After the epic, epoch-spanning first issue, there was only one place for our eternal champions to end up – Wrestlemania! What will the stars of the WWE do when mystical terrorists grab the ringside seats? Will Triple H, John Cena and the Undertaker be able to stop heavily-armed, mysterious bad guys? And how do these unforgettable events tie into the centuries-old face-off between the Shadow King and the King of Kings? Plus – a cliff-hanger ending that you won’t want to miss!

via WWE Comics

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4 Comments

  1. Take the WWF superstars from the old ’80s cartoon versus these guys and it’ll be total carnage. Who really wants a comic book about WWE? I didn’t even think that WWE fans could read?

      • I almost got tickets actually to the WWE Raw or whatever is coming through Columbus recently, but my main reason/only reason would be because James Roday and Dule Hill were going to be there. I love the USA show Psych, so that would have been cool. Unless Sting shows up with the scorpion painted on the chest and Hulk Hogan jumps out and rips his Hulkamania tank top off, I’m not interested. I guess it could be fun to go and just look around the crowd and look for the fans that are getting waaay too into it, and also the fans that you can tell really think that it’s real. It’s athletic and sometimes funny when they do their Schtick, but it isn’t real.

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