Street Fighter - The Ultimate Edition: The Complete First Series

Street Fighter The Ultimate Edition The Complete First Series Due to popular demand UDON is proud to present Street Fighter The Ultimate Edition the most complete and comprehensive collection of the original Street Fighter comic material to date compiled in a

  • Title: Street Fighter - The Ultimate Edition: The Complete First Series
  • Author: Ken Siu-Chong Alvin Lee Arnold Tsang
  • ISBN: 9780978138608
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • Due to popular demand, UDON is proud to present Street Fighter The Ultimate Edition, the most complete and comprehensive collection of the original Street Fighter comic material to date, compiled in an oversized format for distinguishing fans who want to see Street Fighter action like never before For the first time ever, every single guest backup story, bonus story froDue to popular demand, UDON is proud to present Street Fighter The Ultimate Edition, the most complete and comprehensive collection of the original Street Fighter comic material to date, compiled in an oversized format for distinguishing fans who want to see Street Fighter action like never before For the first time ever, every single guest backup story, bonus story from Newtype magazine and the 2004 Capcom Summer Special , guest cover, powerfoil cover and even every side splitting Cheap Shots short from the original series can be found in one convenient collection The collection will also be presented in an oversized format for fans who don t want to miss even the smallest detail There never was a better way to join in the martial arts adventures of Ryu, Ken, Chun Li and the entire cast of World Warriors than the Street Fighter Ultimate Edition.

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    1. I have very fond memories of the arcades when Street Fighter II came out. There was a certain mystique about it then. You had kids like me, who had begged their parents for some spare change so they could play, that didn't know a thing. Oh, we read the instructions on the side of cabinet. We might even have learned a special move or two. But we were scrubs, plain and simple. But then there were the other kids, usually an older kid, perhaps a teenager, who knew the game. I'd watch, awed, as they [...]

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