Artwork Reveal: exclusive Undertaker – The Last Ride 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Blu-ray

The fear of death is far greater than the death itself. But the fear of the unknown is the greatest fear of all!

The Undertaker

The good news is, the exclusive Undertaker – The Last Ride 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Blu-ray which has been shrouded in mystery since it was first teased over social media – is now revealed in its full unearthly glory.

This heart stopping special edition features a unique slip case that presents The Deadman himself ominously looming with the whites of his eyes piercing the veil of shadow cast by his signature hat. With his powerful hands beckoning all who dare to view what lies within.

This slip case will contain the following:

  • Undertaker – The Last Ride 5-part documentary series presented in full HD Blu-ray format. Including a Bonus Animated Episode Tales from the Deadman and a further 20 minutes of Bonus content including never-before-seen deleted scenes and outtakes.
  • The unique full colour mini comic book taken directly from the original Undertaker: Rise of The Deadman graphic novel published by BOOM! Studios, written by Chad Dundas and beautifully illustrated by Rodrigo Lorenzo.
  • The special hand signed artcard depicting The Phenom in one of his signatures poses during a classic episode of SmackDown and bares his 30th anniversary seal.

Please note that these are limited to just 500 copies worldwide and will only be made available to purchase from WWE Home Video UK ( be sure to secure your pre-order now to avoid any potential disappointment!

30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Blu-ray

Includes: Exclusive Artwork, Mini-Comic & Hand Signed Photo by the Deadman himself! Limited to x500 copies only – pre-order early to avoid disappointment.

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  • RuthlessAttitudeEras4Life says:

    Grey, black and white and purple are symbolic colours for the Undertaker, so very well done being used here for the coverarts. I have seen elsewhere an (official?) back cover, which is in black and white, that looks cool too.

    One thing I really do not like though, is the ornament that i around the Tombstone symbole..makes it look like something from Harry Potter..which is the case too for the WWE logo..they really should not have changed it back in 2014.

    Again..I was’nt blown away from the documentary first time around, but its the Leader of the Ministry of Darkness, so gotta have it in this awesome looking edition. And hopefully the documentary then will grow on me eventually. Would be great if it is subtitled in english.

    WWE strangely enough has never been consistent on that subject: one release is with subtitles in both main show and bluray extras. Then the next release: only the main show has subtitles. And next one after that: no subtitles at all.

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