Street Fighter: At the Movies is an awesome art tribute that mixes iconic film posters with world warriors from the community's best artists

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Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • January 5, 2019 at 9:43 a.m. PST

Capcom officially celebrated their premier fighting game's pearl anniversary last year with the Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection along with a number of other promotions, and the community at large contributed their own efforts to the series that's lasted more than three decades.

The guys over at Street Fighter Legacy have previously released two collective works that showed off fan art for Street Fighter and Rivals Schools' anniversaries from talented artists around the world, and now they're back for a third collection that's themed this time.

Street Fighter: At the Movies is a free 100-page web magazine made to show off art featuring Street Fighter characters re-imagined in some of the most iconic film posters of all time from dozens of artists.

Puns on posters for movies like Star Wars, Friday the 13th, Pulp Fiction, Sin City, The Breakfast Club, Mean Girls and Finding Nemo plus many more have all been created using Street Fighter characters and references only the fighting game community can appreciate.

Below we've gathered a small handful of the posters that can be found in the full online collection from the artists ZombiRaptor, Jevon Williams, Jesus Gormaz, Santino Calvo, Marcos Medina and Alexandre Belmonte.

You can check out the full Street Fighter: At the Movies magazine online at Issuu along with Street Fighter Legacy's previous two fan art collections, and let us know some of your favorites in the comments.

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