Street Fighter II

Masters of the Universe and Hellboy Collide at Super7
Masters of the Universe and Hellboy Collide at Super7
There are a lot of boutique toy companies out there, but Super7 has consistently hit that sweet spot of niche properties and clever interpretations. This year at New York Comic Con, the company's ability to balance those elements was on display in full force with new MUSCLE sets, an updated look at 3.75" Hellboy figures, and the grand debut of the Masters of the Universe Classic Ultimate Editions. It's possible Super7 had the best pound-for-pound showing of exciting new toys at NYCC.
Fernando Reza's 'Street Fighter' Inspired Travel Posters
Fernando Reza's 'Street Fighter' Inspired Travel Posters
I'm not gonna lie, folks: Street Fighter II has been a very influential force in my life. And not just in my love of media where people shoot fireballs out of their hands and kick people in the face so fast that their feet become a lightning-fast blur of pain. I mean that it has affected the way I actually see the world. Much like I thought New York City was basically The Warriors before I went th
Street Fighter II G.I. Joe Action Figures From 1993 Review
Street Fighter II G.I. Joe Action Figures From 1993 Review
Every weekend here at CA we’re cracking open the latest and/or just greatest decades old action figures around to see what sets them apart from the articulated plastic pack. This week we’re unboxing two Street Fighter II G.I. Joe action figures from 1993 that I found at a convention a year ago for less than $10 and totally forgot about in my closet... until today. Do these bizarre relics from vide
Be Moved by Jason Sturgill’s Orchestral Versions of ‘X-Men’ and ‘Street Fighter 2′ Themes
Be Moved by Jason Sturgill’s Orchestral Versions of ‘X-Men’ and ‘Street Fighter 2′ Themes
By way of processes and talent that we will never, ever understand, musician Jason Sturgill has recorded a beautiful orchestra-style version of the theme from the 1990s animated series, X-Men. Composed by Ron Wasserman, the original version was a guitar-heavy affair that fit well with the animated Marvel-style action, while Sturgill's orchestral arrangement is more suspenseful and dramatic, and pe