Udon took break from comics for Super Street Fighter 2T HD Remix

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • August 22, 2008 at 11:49 a.m. PDT | Comments: 0
Udon took break from comics for Super Street Fighter 2T HD Remix IGN conducted an interview with Udon about how their work on the latest Street Fighter comics are going.

They discuss the possibility of a Marvel vs. Capcom set as well as what the current crop of comics are going to be about. Here's a dish:
IGN Comics: I'd be remiss if I didn't start with the question most fans are probably asking - where did the Street Fighter comics go? Why haven't we seen any in a while?

Matt Moylan: The main reason we had to take a break from producing Street Fighter comics was to work on the Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix game for Capcom. UDON provided all the character sprites, backgrounds, select screen art, game endings... nearly everything you in the game! The project took up a lot of artists' and admin team's time some we couldn't continue the comics at the same time.

It's true, we probably could have slapped some sort of team together to put out some comics, but I think fans have come to expect a certain level of quality from UDON and we wouldn't want to put out an inferior series. That said, with the HD game behind us, the comics are back! Street Fighter Remix #0 lands at the end of the month, followed by Street Fighter II Turbo #1 in October.
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