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Udon Entertainment charged into San Diego with news of new "Street Fighter" graphic novels, a new line of anime artbooks and one of the hottest items of the con, a "Marvel Vs. Capcom" hardcover.
PRESS RELEASE: UDON's "Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works" Artbook Debuts at Comic-Con International
"Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich spoke with CBR about how he got into comics, his fantasy origins and why the leads of his breakthrough series were introduced to the comic buying public before they even had names!
At last weekend's Fan Expo in Toronto, UDON Project Manager Jim Zubkavich explored his Canadian comics collective’s ten years in business, and its future. CBR was there.
Hitoshi Ariga's "Mega Man Megamix" makes its English-language debut later this month, courtesy of UDON. CBR News spoke about the book at length with editor Matt Moylan, who shared an exclusive peek at the first volume.
CBR talked to Jim Zubkavich and Omar Dogan about "Street Fighter Legends: Ibuki" and take an exclusive look at the art from the first issue of the latest in UDON's line of comics based on Capcom's famous fighting series.
Fan favorite cartoonist Corey Lewis updates CBR on his Oni Press book "Sharknife," details the saga of UDON's "Rival Schools," and discusses his popular webcomics strip "Seedless."
Street Fighter fans will want to pull themselves away from the new games to find out what UDON's Ken Siu-Chong and Omar Dogan have to say about Chun-Li's origin in "Street Fighter Legends: Chun-Li."
UDON releases "Apple" volume 2 this month, continuing its series of popular art books highlighting the work of Korean artists and animators. CBR News spoke with UDON's Matt Moylan.
With “Street Fighter IV” hitting video game consoles next year, UDON returns to its roots with three new series based on the franchise. CBR spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong and artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz about “Street Fighter II Turbo."
CBR speaks with UDON about "Street Fighter Tribute," a deluxe 320-page volume featuring more than 200 new illustrations commemorating 20 years of "Street Fighter," with work by Adam Hughes, Bryan Lee O'Malley, J. Scott Campbell and more.