New details emerge for Street Fighter: Menat and Street Fighter: Wrestlepalooza one-shot comics by UDON Entertainment

By on March 8, 2019 at 3:00 pm
Udon Street Fighter One Shot Comics Menat Alex Sakura Karin

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UDON Entertainment has announced a five-part one-shot comic book series for the Street Fighter franchise in 2019; headlining the releases is Street Fighter: Menat #1, which focuses on the title character seeking justice for the death of her master — and can only find retribution through M. Bison. This original story is written by the longtime comic writer, Ken Siu-Chong and is drawn by Hanzo Steinbach, who is known for Ultra Street Fighter II #1 and the Street Fighter vs. Darkstalkers series. Street Fighter: Menat #1 releases on March 27, 2019, and will retail for $3.99 USD.

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The next issue in the one-shot series is Street Fighter: Wrestlepalooza #1 and features the grappling big shots Alex and Mayor Mike Haggar as they fight to put an end to the Mad Gear gang. Ken Siu-Chong also writes this comic, and is accompanied by French artist Panzer. Street Fighter: Wrestlepalooza #1 releases on April 24, 2019, also for $3.99 USD.

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The third entry in the one-shot series is a Free Comic Book Day exclusive! Street Fighter: Sakura vs. Karin #1 releases on May 4, 2019, and is a Silver Sponsor for the event. Don’t miss the epic match-up between the two high school rivals that blends traditional Street Fighter action and esports at their arcade battlefield.

You can pre-order the first two comics at FocusAttack using the links below — or ask for them at your own local comic shop! Be sure to snag your copy fast so you don’t miss out on the alternate covers!

Be sure to keep checking UDON’s official page for more information about the remaining one-shot stories. Two more tales remain!

Source: UDON Entertainment

Shoryuken.com Associate Editor. Austyn James Roney began his gaming journey with Super Smash Bros. on the N64 but learned the ways of the fighting game genre with Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Loves all fighters, regardless of dimension or playstyle.