RICH REVIEWS: WWE: Undertaker
Title: WWE: Undertaker (GN)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Chad Dundas
Illustrated by: Rodrigo Lorenzo
Chapter 3 Art by: Edu Menna, Serg Acuna
Chapter 4 Art by: Kelly Williams, Travis Hymel & Tim Lattie, Kendall Goode, Serg Acuna
Colored by: Wesllei Manoel with Vladimir Popov, Doug Garbark
Lettered by: Deron Bennett
Cover by: Oliver Barrett
Price: $ 19.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Chapter One” Here the Undertaker and Kane are shown when they were young boys. They did not have a normal upbringing.
The full page pin-up of the Undertaker when he is first shown. This drawing is done in black and grays and it is a stunning illustration. Years later we see Paul Bearer and Undertaker together.
“Chapter Two” The Undertaker faces Mankind in this chapter. These two are a match made in Hell. Undertaker faces many opponents in the WWE. He also faces his own brother Kane. This comic does present the Undertaker as you know him from the WWE and also you get a look at how his personal life might have been. We do see Undertaker in the ring and the various incarnations of his character.
“Chapter Three” The Undertaker has faced just about everyone and beaten them at one time or another. He truly is the phenomenon of wrestling.
“Chapter Four” The art suffers here, the depictions of the wrestlers would make them hard to identify if the writing did not tell you who they were. Undertaker is shown in a few big matches at Wrestlemania. There is tons of actin and excitement in the ring.