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Dynamite To Drop Street Fighter Art Book

A colorful look into a legendary game

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Dynamite Entertainment’s video game icon’s lineup just got that much bigger. Street Fighter will make its debut appearance in this mash up of artwork, interviews, and lore, as fans will follow everyone’s favorite martial artist Ryu.

Tim Lapetino and Steve Hendershot from Dynamite Entertainment are the creative team behind the new art book Undisputed Street Fighter, which will be released November 2017.

Undisputed Street Fighter will present readers with exclusive interviews with the developers and visionaries behind some of the most pivotal moments within its massive lineup of games. The book will act as a written text to spread the lore that is Street Fighter to new generations of gamers and people involved in the fighting game community. The book is ideal for true fans as the memory of Street Fighter continues to thrive on the page and on the screen.

Street Fighter made its launch back in the 1980s and has continued to appear in new updates, sequels, reboots, and franchise crossovers. The game’s history possesses a large array of vivid characters including Chun-Li, Ken, and Akuma.

The fighting game community uses the game as a tournament platform drawing upon the most highly skilled players of our generation. Tournaments are held across the country and the globe to set the stage for total victory with cash and validation to find the best player in the world.

The fans of the franchise will channel their inner Hadouken to honor one of the most successful fighting game franchises of all time. The book will be an award for those who understand the value and nature of how influential Street Fighter has changed the scope of modern day fighting games.

Capcom has been the host company for Street Fighter since its arrival inside local arcades to home consoles and other business ventures. Capcom also holds other video game titles featuring Mega Man, Marvel VS Capcom, and Resident Evil.

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