It Came From YouTube: Spoony and Linkara review Warrior comic books (plus a bonus review)

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Warrior Comic book

This week I have something a little different for you. Consider this my early Christmas gift to you all!

I have something absolutely jam-packed with Destrucity for you to Foke on!

Longtime readers will know that R.D has already inducted one of The Ultimate Warrior’s “WARRIOR” comic books, but that is only the tip of the crazy iceberg, my friends.

I present to you Spoony and Linkara reviewing all of The Ultimate Warrior’s “WARRIOR” comics in their own unique and very funny way for Linkara’s “Atop The Fourth Wall” comic book review series.

Here are the direct links to their reviews: Warrior #1, Warrior #2 and #3 (both are reviewed in the same video) and finally, Warrior #4.

It really is astonishing. It’s as if The Warrior set out to purposely make the comic books as confusing and as difficult to read as humanly possible.

Oh, and as a bonus, here’s Linkara’s solo review of the “Ultimate Warrior’s Workout” comic book which has much better artwork because it was produced by a “real” comic book publisher who had actual talented artists, but the story is just as silly. Watch the video review and see for yourself.

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4 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Spoony and Linkara review Warrior comic books (plus a bonus review)"
  1. Andre R. says:

    Oh wow. I was wondering if you guys already knew about these. Noah and Lewis are really hilarious together as they tear these POS “comics” apart. Also, Noah has impersonated Warrior, Hogan, and the Iron Shiek in his past reviews. He did one for Santa With Muscles a few years ago, BTW.

    More recently Noah did a vid about the Wrestlemania VCR game as part of his “Black Hole Of Board Games” review series, and that was really funny as well. As for the Warrior Workout comic, Lewis did that a while back, but he isn’t really into pro wrestling the way Noah is. Dr. Who and the Power Rangers are more his thing. And comics, of course!

  2. GH2 says:

    Spoony’s reviews of TNA 2010, as he goes further and further insane with the sheer ridiculous insanity and awfulness of the product, really are something to behold.

  3. Kenneth Wise says:

    Indeed they are GH2.

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