Cover Art & First Details for WWE ‘Superstar Series’ DVDs – Up to 11 Disc Sets?

August 21, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Superstar Series: Stone Cold Steve Austin DVD

Last month we reported that WWE might be bringing back the “Superstar Collection” with new DVDs on John Cena, Edge, Stone Cold, The Rock, The Undertaker, and Shawn Michaels.

Confirmed now to be the “Superstar Series”, these WWE DVDs look to be an exclusive offering for fans in Australia before the end of 2015. Early indications are that each title will be a box set of past DVD releases on each Superstar, bundled together in new packaging for one low price.

WWE Superstar Series: Stone Cold & Undertaker DVDs

Revealed above and below is the planned cover artwork. Information we’ve received suggests that the Edge, Stone Cold, and Undertaker DVDs will all be 8 disc sets. The John Cena one will be a 10 disc set, while the titles on The Rock and Shawn Michaels will both be 11 disc sets.

Check back with WDN for more updates on the “Superstar Series” as we receive them.

WWE Superstar Series: Edge & John Cena DVDs

WWE Superstar Series: The Rock & Shawn Michaels DVDs

The official US cover artwork and a new synopsis for the “Ring in Holiday” DVD have come through, as shown below. We can also confirm that WWE plan to include a free Topps Chrome trading card inside of this DVD, much like the PPV releases have each month.

Just in time for the holidays!

WWE presents a collection of its greatest yuletide moments. Hosted by Hardcore Icon Christmas enthusiast Mick Foley live from Santa’s workshop, this set features John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose and even Santa himself in a variety of holiday-themed promos and matches.

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WWE Ring in the Holiday DVD - Cover Artwork

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  1. Lt. Brannigan says:

    I had hoped they were going to do new releases of 8-11 disc sets. I seriously want me a truly ultimate Hulk Hogan collection.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    Maybe somebody could finally confirm to me a question I’ve asked several times without ever getting an answer – will the Australian Region 4 DVDs play on a UK a Region 2 player? I know the obvious sounding answer would be “no”, as they’re Region 4, but I’ve had Australian DVD versions of some TV series and movies that were marked PAL Region 4 and they still played on my Region 2 players, but I’ve heard some won’t.

    Has anybody ever tried an Australian WWE DVD on a Region 2 player? If so, I would buy the Aussie a Raw 20th Anniversary Collection set.

  3. SCSA says:

    Will these Superstar Collection’s only be on DVD?

  4. RK Morton says:

    Jesus those are some big DVD sets! Wonder how much they’ll be. They could be a good value for Johnny-come-latelys. Too bad I already have at least two sets each of the guys listed. And I don’t live in Australia.

  5. attitude.era.4life says:

    IF wwe have to do a thing like that, then:

    1.: why not release it world wide to ALL fans to have the oppurtunity to collect past sets that may be out of print!

    2.: Release it on Bluray!

    That goes for everything else, past, present and future.

    But..we know, that’s not gonna happen, cos we stuck in the Heidi Klum-rated era..that’s 9.99, if you Trump what I mean!?

    • RCS1988 says:

      2.: Release it on Bluray!

      Give it a rest. Just transfer the stuff to Blu-ray yourself, I know people do that with stuff they taped back in the 80’s & early 90’s.

      • LP1 says:

        Why should anyone have to transfer anything to blu-ray when WWE can just release it themselves and make some money? Also, transfering old vhs tapes and DVDs to blu-ray accomplishes nothing. You’re still getting the same audio/video quality that you already have. You’re not upgrading anything. You’re essentially just making a copy of what you already have.

    • Foley is Good says:

      Why did you have to bring up that tribble haired ahole Trump. The Douche… I mean Donald should look in a mirror before commenting on Heidi Klum’s looks. Trump is a total douche nozzle.

  6. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Wow….are they at a loss for new ideas or what?? Re-release mania runs wild more & more everyday.

    • RCS1988 says:

      There are a lot of ideas they could come up with, but they don’t like listening to fans, or otherwise we would get what we want.

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