Street Fighter - Page 5
Super Street Fighter IV characters Hakan, Makoto, Guy, Dudley, and Dee Jay were all graced with new looks this week as part of Capcom's new DLC for the title, but unofficially, Australian artist and SF superfan Kode Abdo's hyper realistic take on the series' biggest stars may prove equally exciting for longtime players.
Grover already has a superhero alias, so why shouldn't he pick one up as tournament-ready master of Yoga Fire as well? This seems to have been thought process at work for deviantART user Matt Crane who put together a gallery of Street Fighter Muppet and Sesame Street mash-ups that look like nothing you're liable to see in an Udon comic anytime soon
- at least as far as any public announcements that have been made are concerned
Two "Street Fighter" movies. One of them wonderfully horrible, the other just horrible. What are the odds that we'll ever see a legitimately good "Street Fighter" film? Relatively high, if "Street Fighter Legacy" filmmaker Joey Ansah gets his way
We've mentioned the "Street Fighter" comics pretty fondly here at ComicsAlliance, and this week, the source material got an upgrade with the release of "Super Street Fighter IV." In addition to the old favorites, the new game also includes a handful of new challengers, which is why we though
Last week, it was announced that Marvel and Capcom were teaming up to release a brand-new "Marvel vs. Capcom" game, finally following up on the two wildly successful fighters that were last seen (in my house, anyway) during the era of the Sega Dreamcast. This is great n
This week, "Street Fighter Legends: Ibuki" hits shelves, putting one of the newer "Street Fighter" characters into a starring role for the first time!
We've got a ComicsAlliance exclusive five-page preview, and an interview with writer and UDON Studios project manager Jim Zubkavich after the jump!ComicsAlliance: With fighting games, the characters are largely defined purely by their looks and fighting styles. How do you start building them into whole chara
Comic books, video games, action figures and other assorted geekery are all well and good, but when a tragedy as big as the earthquake in Haiti strikes, it's hard to focus too much on pop culture without feeling a bit shallow, even if it is our passion and an every day of our lives