WWE #18, BOOM! Studios

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Full of witty dialogue and fun wrestling action, WWE  #18 (BOOM! Studios) gazes deep into the bromance between two popular wrestlers as they struggle to keep their friendship alive behind-the-scenes. With this new story arc, Readers are definitely going to enjoy the over-the-top wrestling theatrics from their favorite superstars!

Long-time frenemies Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn take the spotlight in this new arc. As Hell in a Cell looms, will KO finally corrupt Sami to his side?

Here are 5 reasons why you should read WWE #18:

5) What Happened Before…

As we previously mentioned, in her ascension as a WWE Superstars, Bayley was underestimated by her peers many times. Despite all her obstacles, she even managed to win the championship belt. Bayley wrestled against rounds of jealousy and beat the competition in order to get to the top.

4) Bayley!

Writer Dennis Hopeless delivers a hilarious buddy comedy starring Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Looking at bromance culture, Hopeless asks what it means to be a competitor and and an ally, especially when toxicity is in the air. Notice how Jim Campbell’s lettering hints that Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are essentially manipulating each other to achieve glory.

3) The Artwork!

Artists Serg Acuña makes sure readers understand the bromance is at stake as Owns and Zayn share each panel together. They are both equals in the panel, sharing the chemistry. Heightened by Doug Garbark’s colors,the vivid illustrations are live with spotlights, as if they are always on stage and in concert.

2) The Guest Stars!

Be on the lookout for Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan! Inside the backup issue, writer Kevin Panetta and artist Domo Stanton capture the spontaneity of Rusev Day.

1) A Fun Read!

With a new story arc, WWE #18 delivers a buddy comedy as Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn attempt to go out on a blaze of glory . The WWE comic book series continues to be an entertaining read for comic book and wrestling fans.



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WWE #18 arrives in stores on June 20th, 2017.

By Jorge Solis