Daniel Bryan WWE DVD Release Date, Superstar Collection Cover Art

May 11, 2012 by Daniel Bee

Schedules have updated revealing the release date for the planned Daniel Bryan DVD, part of the Superstar Collection series.

Both the Daniel Bryan and Sheamus DVDs, two titles in the new Superstar Collection series, will hit stores across the United States on August 7th.

This is just less than a month later than the first two parts of the series on John Cena and Zack Ryder), both of which are released on July 10.

The ‘budget’ series will consist of single disc DVDs on the featured WWE Superstars, each slated to contain five matches and bonus material [pre-order].

New cover artwork for the Daniel Bryan and Sheamus DVDs in the Superstar Collection has been revealed, courtesy of DVDEmpire.com.

With the additions of these titles and the Greatest Finishing Moves set, here’s what the WWE Home Video schedule looks like for the United States until the end of August.

Best of WCW Clash of the Champions [DVD/Blu-ray] – May 22
Extreme Rules 2012 [DVD] – May 29

ECW Unreleased Vol. 1 [DVD/Blu-ray] – June 5
Over the Limit 2012 [DVD] – June 19
Falls Count Anywhere Matches [DVD/Blu-ray] – June 26

No Holds Barred [DVD] – July 3
Superstar Collection: Zack Ryder [DVD] – July 10
Superstar Collection: John Cena [DVD] – July 10
No Way Out 2012 [DVD] – July 17
Undertaker: The Streak [DVD/Blu-ray] – July 24

Superstar Collection: Sheamus [DVD] – August 7
Superstar Collection: Daniel Bryan [DVD] – August 7
Money in the Bank 2012 [DVD] – August 14
The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves [DVD/Blu-ray] – August 21

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  1. lee says:

    to those complaining about the artwork for these budget titles – did you never see the covers for the silvervision best of wwe volumes 1-8? they were super bad. these will be no more than 10 dollars each.

    and be thankful for what you get. since i refuse to buy anything from america my wwe dvd and bluray days are over after getting every release. unless things change of course but id buy all of these budget titles.

  2. ThatGuy says:

    why does wwe put out some ppvs on blu-ray & not others? damn it i really wanted extreme rules on BD.

  3. Brad Attitude says:

    why is wwe wasting time with these low budget dvds when they should focus on ones that would bring in more money?

  4. Harry Faversham says:

    If they are for a low price then they are a waste of a little bit of money. But if your not going to do a proper job its a complete waste of time. I’d be all for a proper DVD set on either man, but I just don’t see the point of these budget releases. People might buy them because they are cheap but they may do more harm than good when you present someone so poorly. Its definitely of the same ilk as silver vision’s exclusive dvds that they don’t even bother to print anymore.

  5. Eric says:

    If the Bryan DVD cover was the first photo with the belt and bewildered look, that would have been an immediate buy.

    Yeah, these covers scream “low budget wrestling titles”

  6. JAF says:

    Dear WWEDVDNEWS.Com,
    I got a copy of The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions DVD, I purchased it at my local F.Y.E., it came with a copy of The Rise & Fall Of WCW. It Costs $29.99. So, it looks as if F.Y.E got the Exclusive DVD version.

  7. Mark D says:

    I don’t see these covers making it to the final sets. Given the quality of them (especially that WWE logo) they are most definitely temporary. I hope!

    • james says:

      Yeah, these look pretty brutal. Shit on WWE all you want, but their graphic design is always better then this.

  8. matthew says:

    I think it would have been better if the superstar collection would be a two dvd box set and not have them sold separately

  9. Anonymous says:

    these are some ugly covers i ever seen in my whole life time

  10. SRB says:

    Looks like the covers represent the price

  11. Marco says:

    I hope they’ll do Superstar Collections for Christian and The Miz next.

  12. Marco says:

    Will buy the D-Bryan DVD no matter what!

  13. Dave says:

    Don’t expect high quality covers…these are budget titles.

  14. RabidHeat says:

    Steve, just because Bryan’s a better in-ring talent and happens to be getting quite a crowd pop at the moment doesn’t mean Sheamus has no merit whatsoever you know! Sheamus is a different type of superstar anyway, in both character, size and ring style, so it’s stupid to even compare them really. Besides, it’s not like Bryan isn’t getting exposure and world title runs! And it’s not like they haven’t included him in this DVD list along with Sheamus, so I really don’t understand what you’re getting at? What exactly are the WWE brass “not getting” that you are? They seem to be gving Bryan as fair a crack of the whip as anyone else! (Horrible 18-second match at ‘Mania not withstanding, of course…)

  15. Anonymous says:

    I know they’re just “budget” dvds, and am happy that we’re getting them at all, but a little effort for the artwork would have been appreciated.

  16. Steve says:

    Stupid! Daniel Bryan is by far the best of the four. I just wish they would stop forcing Sheamus down our throats. Bryan is so much more over then that guy yet WWE brass doesn’t get it.

  17. kyle says:

    I dont really care for the covers. Bryan should have had the Yes Chant on his, and Sheamus should have had his rumble pose. Too Plain for me. Hope they were on blu ray.

  18. Mark D says:

    Really? Really? Really?

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