The announcement was made by Street Fighter franchise executive producer Yoshinori Ono, through his official Twitter account.
Good news for people who enjoy watching fights that employ both chi-powered fireballs and telepathic control of crocodiles: At Comic-Con global in San Diego, Capcom announced that the Street Fighter series of video games is going to cross over with GI Joe in the form of a six-issue miniseries from IDW.
According to reports, the panel will last for one hour starting from 11:45am until 12:45pm. To avoid any inconvenience in attending the event, take note of the house rules.
The cover-art features the man famed for the exclamation at the top of this page, Street Fighter’s main protagonist (controversial?) Ryu and will be available to purchase on the show floor and directly on Source3’s Amazon Storefront.
Ken won’t wear his familiar red gi in Street Fighter 5, making him look more distinct from Ryu in the sequel.
More details were given at the press release where it says “exclusives, surprises, and hijinks” could be in store. Today at comic-con it sees a totally different Street Fighter and 3D Printing combo.
Ken Masters, playing with fire since 1987. Challenge friends online, or compete for fame and glory on the Capcom Pro Tour.
For high-quality 3D printing of the cover art for Street Fighter V, Source3 turned to ZVerse, Inc. An Alpha test period will begin on July 23.