Thursday, October 28, 2010

Fighting in the Street 2: Pig in the City

Not being a wicked hard-core gamer, I have little reverence for the awesomeness of Street Fighter. Most of what I remember of the game was discreetly observed from behind the pages of the game manual (where all the character art was), while my brother and his friends would play the game. Hence, this goofiness.

Comics! (Click to enlarge.)

It's like some kind of illness--I don't know how much longer Street Fighter will plague me, but until it stops, you may or may not see more of this sort of thing.

(PS, thanks to Jed, for the M. Bison prompt!)


iyouandme said...

Hey! Sounds like you're doing well!

Have you heard of the sketchbook project?

I just signed up for it. It sounds like something you might be interested in.

Jeff C said...

These comics MUST. KEEP. HAPPENING. I LOVE THEM! I would pay money for more of these. MONEY! HADOOOOOKEN!

PS. When will we see E Honda?

Jenna said...

i seem to remember you playing enough for me to think having a crush on ryu was perfectly normal. so there is the perspective from another sibling.

James Bourne said...

I love how you drew M. Bison as Hugo Chavez.

Michael Mercer said...

Thank you master satirist for a good morning wake-up.

Ryan said...

oh that lord bison is such a dastard!

Tyson Murphy said...

i hereby officially request that Vega be represented in your next street fighter comic.

Jared Scott Greenleaf said...

you are a natural scoundrel. Your brain spits out so many things I like!

Jed Henry said...

Y E S ! ! !

You are so good at this! Just keep making stuff!


Josh H. Black said...

What a delightful view into the life of Mr. M. Bison. Love it!

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