WWE Animated Universe 2: 10 WWE Superstars and Their Comic Book Counterparts

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WWE Animated Universe 2: 10 WWE Superstars and Their Comic Book Counterparts

Surprise Surprise!

On Friday, I released a 10-page slideshow displaying numerous comparisons between WWE Superstars and comic book heroes.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/729683-wwes-animated-universe-15-wwe-superstars-and-their-comic-book-counterparts

Here’s a short description from my first slideshow:

The actions of a WWE Superstar are subject to debates, criticism, and ultimately, praise by the WWE Universe. From gimmicks to in-ring antics, WWE Superstars are subject to some form of discussion with each weekly show. At times, fans tend to compare WWE Superstars to other things of equal significance.

From Superstars of the past to celebrities, musicians, and actors, the WWE Superstars receive a fair amount of air time from fans across the globe.

Recently, there has been a different kind of comparison.

Instead of actual people, the WWE Universe has compared numerous WWE Superstars to characters in comic books.  Having recently noticed these unique comparisons, I’ve created this slideshow to display comic book characters in their WWE counterparts.

Once again, I will base these comparisons by appearance, story similarities, and the actions of both Superstar and Hero.

The first pick of Volume 2 is….

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