Saturday, 20 February 2016

With the release of Street Fighter V, it's time to look back at the comic books that have expanded the tales of our favorite warriors.

There's no better time to look back at Street Fighter comics than the present. The latest installment of the fighting franchise, Street Fighter V, has finally arrived and there's even a new comic book from UDON. And it's definitely not the first. You could say that the series has as expansive a history in the comics as it does on consoles.
In various forms, Street Fighter has been released across the last two decades in different levels of quality. Ever since the popularity of Street Fighter II, the inclusion of it into any kind of adaptation has been a no-brainer. Not only was it one of the most popular games of the 90's, but its world and characters are only half-defined and there's creative freedom in that. You have a huge cast of names who are identified by just their appearances, gestures, a handful of quotes, several paragraphs of backstory, and an ending cutscene. Considering the video games are constantly redefining themselves (ie. how the Street Fighter Alpha games feel so different from the Street Fighter III games), there are always new characters to incorporate and old characters to revisit. read more =

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