Click Burgundy's fighting game art remains timely with new reveals while also being timeless and stunning

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • April 5, 2020 at 4:44 a.m. PDT | Comments: 11

Click Burgundy is a Japanese artist we've featured a number of times now on this website for their particular taste in fighting game characters along with the talent to create portraits that would look nice framed on just about anyone's wall.

If you're not a follower of their's already, which you probably should be if you're on here, you'd be quick to notice that many of Click Burgundy's pieces are accompanied by announcements or happenings related to the characters — so it's also a good way to remind ourselves of recent events in art form.

Though not all of these in today's particular collection are tied to any particular reveal, there are a couple of female fighters that were revealed towards the beginning of the year with Kefla and Iroha joining Dragon Ball FighterZ and Samurai Shodown respectively.

Millia Rage and Zato-1 are probably the latest stars to take center stage with their new redesigns for Guilty Gear Strive though the amount of creepy detail put into Eddie's new face and teeth kinda steal the show a bit.

You might think it cheating to include characters like 2B and Cyclops considering their source material isn't really connected to fighting games, but the android fighter is always welcome in these parts while this particular X-Men portrait just really gives off Marvel vs. Capcom vibes.

We highly recommend checking out more anime and video game related artwork pieces on Click Burgundy's Twitter profile and other social accounts along with the more fighting game attributed ones below.

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