Just released by Silver Vision here’s the official cover art for the 2012 WWE DVD and Blu-ray release, “You Think You Know Me? The Story of Edge“.
It’s released on April 10th to the US and follows to the UK & Europe later the same month via Silvervision.co.uk!
This is the content you can expect to see on the Edge DVD and Blu-ray. As noted yesterday, the main feature (documentary) runs 1 hour 50 minutes, according to BBFC. The entire DVD is just under 7 hours in length, whilst the Blu-ray with extra footage runs over 8 hours.
Edge revealed on Aftermath radio that he has watched an advance copy of the set, which he is satisfied with. He noted that he was completely hands on with the match selections and that he found the task to be an extremely difficult one, given only 2 discs worth of space after the documentary. Collaborating with WWE, he in the end went with a selection of matches that he felt best told the story of his career.
Leave your thoughts on the cover in the comments section below!
– Get your copy in the USA come April 10th by pre-ordering over here.
– Fans in the UK and Europe can pre-order now by clicking here!
I honestly preferred the temporary art.
Pretty cookie cutter art direction here. I wanted to see the R logo with the stripe on the spine and his other various motifs. It’s not bad or anything, just pretty “standard”.
Well, it’s very appropriate for “fan girls” if you know what I mean. It’s not bad though.
it looks better than decade of decadence but the photo on the cover is from his dark match with jericho at a smackdown taping in seattle two years ago.
Don’t like it. I wish they would have used the photo from WrestleMania 24 when he made his entrance, Agree?
The whole thing reeks of boring-ness.
FU***** Amazing!!!! Best cover in a very long time! Very nice work WWE. Cant wait to see the rest of the art and the discs. Nice, nice job.,
I forgot to mention that the cover looks great!
I am looking forward to this one. I haven’t had a chance to look at the match listing. Are there any repeat matches from his previous WWE DVD release Decade of Decadance? No doubt that I’ll be purchasing the Blu Ray format…
Reeks of awesomeness.
Keep in mind only the UK get the blue borders on the Blu-ray art.
The Blu-Ray version looks a little squashed! A LIKED THE OTHER ONE (THE 1ST ONE) MORE!