Dad of Divas' Reviews: DVD Review - WWE: Slam City (Episodes 1-26)

Saturday, November 29, 2014

DVD Review - WWE: Slam City (Episodes 1-26)

WWE: Slam City (Episodes 1-26)

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About the DVD
Your favorite WWE Superstars face their greatest challenge yet…finding day jobs?

When a mysterious masked villain called The Finisher takes over WWE, the Superstars are all FIRED! Now every street corner of SLAM CITY is jammed with Superstars with work to do and scores to settle. You never know where the next showdown will take place! Enjoy all 26 original episodes, following the Superstars from their hilarious adventures in real-world employment to their quest to take back WWE. Featuring…

John Cena: Mechanic - The living embodiment of hustle, loyalty, and respect. In SLAM CITY, he works blue collar in an auto repair shop, embracing his love of cars and providing a valuable service to the community.

Kane: Cafeteria Cook - A monstrous demonic creation straight from the pits of hell. In SLAM CITY, he is employed as a short order cook in the elementary school cafeteria, surrounded by the most evil and foul creatures on the planet…children!

Rey Mysterio: Crossing Guard - The high-flying hero of children everywhere, Rey now dedicates his days to ensuring the protection of our most vital assets as they make their way to and from SLAM CITY Elementary School. He is still WWE's giant slayer, only now, the giants are semi-trucks!

Plus – Randy Orton, Alberto Del Rio, Sheamus, Big Show, Mark Henry and many more as you've never seen them before! Featuring a guided tour of the innovative, animated, fun-filled world of SLAM CITY.

My Take on the DVD
I have watched some of the Slam City episodes online before and found them to be funny and well written. This DVD brings together the first 26 episodes all in one place. For anyone that loves WWE this is a great DVD that will allow them to see their favorite WWE stars in new and fun ways. I love that challenges that each of the characters face when it comes to their transition out of the WWE, as the writers and animators make the characters fun and ones that you can relate to. The one thing that I had wished was that the characters themselves would have been voiced by the wrestlers, but alas that was not to be the case. You do get used to the new voices, but it would have made it even more fun to watch.

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