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UDON Entertainment Corporation is a studio (or "art collective") of Asian-influenced comic book creators which provides creative services to the entertainment industry. It is named after a kind of Japanese noodle. The company is also a publisher of comic books, graphic novels, and art books, as well as English editions of Japanese manga and Korean manhwa titles.

The studio is best known as the publisher of the Street Fighter comic book series. They have also also done artwork for some Capcom games, including Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, and others. They also did the endings for Capcom Fighting Jam and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom.

UDON was licensed by Capcom to produce the official comic book series based on the Street Fighter franchise (launching in September 2003), in addition to Darkstalkers and Rival Schools. This series is based on the established Street Fighter canon, and also occasionally addresses other various continuities and official sources as well.

In 2005, UDON released Street Fighter: Eternal Challenge, the first Capcom series history and art book to be translated into English.

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Street FighterEdit

Street Fighter follows various storylines set around different series characters. Various writers and artists contributed to each issue working separately on independent short stories that occasionally tied into a main storyline. Some plot points featured in this series include:

  • Ryu trains while taking on Sakura as a pupil.
  • Chun-Li and Guile share the same professional relationship they had in the animated movie, working to stop M. Bison.
  • Charlie dies at the hands of Bison.
  • Cammy works as a member of a British special-forces team while recovering from the amnesia that came as a result of Bison's control over her.

Street Fighter IIEdit

After a break of several months, Udon's second Street Fighter story arc began under the title Street Fighter II because the events slowly approach those of the game Street Fighter II. The main story follows Ryu as he searches for Akuma, who has just murdered his master. Ryu wants to avenge his master Gouken, but avoid succumbing to the Dark Hadou – the dark power buried in his style of martial art that Akuma has embraced.

Street Fighter II: TurboEdit

The second Street Fighter tournament begins in earnest as fighters from all over the world compete to see who is the World's Strongest. This is a continuation of UDON's Street Fighter II series as Ryu finally gets prepared to battle Akuma to so he get revenge on him for taking the life of Gouken.

Street Fighter Legends: SakuraEdit

UDON created an ongoing side-story to the Street Fighter universe, focusing on the life of Sakura and the events that happened since she and Ryu parted ways at the end of Street Fighter #14.

Street Fighter Legends: Chun-LiEdit

The second of UDON's Street Fighter Legends series follows Chun-Li as she investigates the mysterious criminal organization Shadaloo as well as her father's disappearance.

Street Fighter Legends: Ibuki Edit

The third and latest of UDON's Street Fighter Legends series follows Ibuki as she struggles between her life as a ninja and a normal teenager, and also features Makoto and Elena in prominent roles.

Street Fighter IVEdit

The Street Fighter IV comic currently consists of a four issue miniseries detailing the actions of several fighter's interactions with S.I.N. in leadup to the tournament they host.

Street Fighter Origins: AkumaEdit

As the name suggest, the comic focus on the backstory of Akuma.

Super Street Fighter: New GenerationsEdit

UDON's newest Street Fighter comic series is based on the stories of the Street Fighter III games and Super Street Fighter IV.

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