WWE #17, BOOM! Studios

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A fun read full of wrestling action, WWE  #17 (BOOM! Studios) follows the most popular female wrestler as she takes down the system behind-the-scenes. Readers are definitely going to enjoy the over-the-top wrestling theatrics from their favorite wrestling superstar!

This the finale of ‘Women’s Evolution!’ The Four Horsewomen face off once again, this time though on the WWE roster. Also, Asuka hits up Monday Night RAW in the last part of her backup short series!

Here are 5 reasons why you should read WWE #17:

5) What Happened Before…

As we previously mentioned, we learned the behind-the-scenes truth behind the ascension of a few WWE Superstars! Bayley was underestimated by her peers many times but she managed to win the championship belt. Bayley went through rounds of jealousy and competition in order to get to the top.

4) Bayley!

Writer Dennis Hopeless concludes the deconstruction of the wrestler through Bayley’s perspective. Unfortunately as Bayley fought her way to gain respect from her peers and the fans, she lost the championship belt. Does Bayley have any energy and passion left to continue?

3) The Artwork!

Artists Serg Acuña and Kendall Goode capture Bayley at her weakest, both mentally and physically exhausted. Notice how the whole world slows down as Bayley struggles to pick herself up. Heightened by Doug Garbark’s colors, the costumes really pop out in the vivid illustrations.

2) The Guest Stars!

Be on the lookout for Mick Foley and Sasha Banks! Inside the backup issue, writer Tini Howard and artist Hyeonjin Kim capture Asuka’s vibrant enthusiasm as she gets ready to face-off against Alexa Bliss.

1) A Fun Read!

In its concluding chapter, WWE #17 emphasizes what makes Bayley a true wrestling superstar. The WWE comic book series is an entertaining read for comic book and wrestling fans.

Rating:

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Three out of four emojis

WWE #17 arrives in stores on May 8th, 2017.

By Jorge Solis

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