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Udon Entertainment Confirms Plans for Hardcover Volumes of Street Fighter Unlimited

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sfu-v1With six volumes of Street Fighter Unlimited currently on sale, publisher Udon Entertainment have announced plans to go back to the start of the comic book series…. for a rather interesting reason.

If you are someone who is happy to forgo the monthly format of the series and in return willing to receive issues at once in a bulkier format, then this might be of interest to you. Udon Entertainment have confirmed they will begin releasing hardcover editions of Street Fighter Unlimited starting July 2016. Priced at $29.99, the first volume will contain the first four issues – in addition to never-before-seen bonus content – in one hardcovered collection.

Some of the bonus content to be featured in Volume 1 includes a new cover by Edwin Huang and Genzoman, and an all-new six-page story drawn by artist Hanzo Steinbach. This new story will feature a brutal, no-holds-barred showdown between Shadaloo kings Balrog and Vega.

About Street Fighter Unlimited

Join a huge cast of fan-favorite World Warriors pulled from every era of Street Fighteras they embark on an epic, brand-new world-spanning adventure! As Ryu sets out on a treacherous journey to gain control of the Satsui no Hadou within him, Chun-Li, Guile, and Cammy confront the remnants of Shadaloo in order to pull back the curtain on Gill’s mysterious secret society. With Street Fighter Unlimited, celebrated UDON writer/artist duo Ken Siu-chong and Joe Ng bring the world of Capcom’s beloved fighting game franchise to life like never before – and that’s not even counting all the compelling guest stories by other renowned creators, like Edwin Huang, Jeffrey Cruz, Sarah Stone, Jim Zub, Adam Warren, and Omar Dogan!

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