- By Ken Siu-Chong Alvin Lee Shinkiro

Street Fighter, vol. 1: Round One Fight!

  • Title: Street Fighter, vol. 1: Round One Fight!
  • Author: Ken Siu-Chong Alvin Lee Shinkiro
  • ISBN: 9781932796087
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Street Fighter vol Round One Fight In Round One Fight the stoic Ryu and his hod headed friend Ken set out to investigate the murder of their martial arts master Their search for Answers takes them to Japan where M Bison using his m

    In Round One, Fight the stoic Ryu and his hod headed friend, Ken, set out to investigate the murder of their martial arts master Their search for Answers takes them to Japan where M Bison, using his minions including Cammy, Vega, and Sagat, keeps a close eye on Ryu for reasons unknowns This draws the attention of Hong Kong Interpol agent Chun Li and US Special Ops offiIn Round One, Fight the stoic Ryu and his hod headed friend, Ken, set out to investigate the murder of their martial arts master Their search for Answers takes them to Japan where M Bison, using his minions including Cammy, Vega, and Sagat, keeps a close eye on Ryu for reasons unknowns This draws the attention of Hong Kong Interpol agent Chun Li and US Special Ops officer Guile who each bear their own personal grudge against the evil Shadaloo syndicate.This volume collects the main stories in the first six issues of the hit Street Fighter comic book series and well as the rare, hard to find issue 0.

    1 thought on “Street Fighter, vol. 1: Round One Fight!

    1. Not very deep, mind you. But I liked the artwork and the worldbuilding despite, or maybe even because of, all the cliches in the characters and the setting. I know next to nothing about the game, its lore, or its characters but as an introduction I found this easy to follow and definitely entertaining. I would have preferred something a bit larger, though. The art, and the fight scenes in particular, lose quite a bit at digest size.

    2. It's no masterwork of sequential art or anything, but definitely a must for fans of the series. Characters are likable, fights are accurate, and many major players get big roles.

    3. Really fun. I expected poor writing and overall quality and was pleasantly surprised by how true the author stayed to feel of street fighter and it's back stories

    4. chun li is so my favorite action figure and quite possibly a guide to get you through tokyo street fashion

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