Bwahaha, I’m sure you guys saw this coming.
I went to the comic store an hour 30 minutes ago, and I was pissed that the Alvin Lee cover wasn’t in stock, because whoever sold them the comics decided to screw them and sell them only cover B and replace the cover As with DONALD DUCK ISSUES. I wasn’t going to buy two covers, but I want the Alvin Lee cover, and I might go back tomorrow to get it.
Anyway, on with the comic. The beginning starts off with Ryu going nuts in a dojo, beating up Ken, and he seems pissed at Gouken’s death. At the point of Ken being blasted by a giant Hadoken blast, it turns out all was a dream. It then goes to Gouki at Gouken’s grave. (notice that the dojo is nearby where Gouken’s grave is in the background) He picks up Gouki’s beads off the grave, and notes about Ryu having the same dark power as Gouki.
The majority of the rest of the comic focuses on Vega, Ken, and Eliza, with a little bit of Guile and Chun Li.
Vega bumping to Eliza on purpose, and planting a bug on her hankerchief while trying to flirt with her was cool. Oh, and Tiamat will like the really small cameo of Juni, I almost didn’t recognize her at first. She looks so cute in a flight attendant’s uniform.
The small bit about Udon noodles was funny, to me anyway.
Eliza needs to be shown more with only a robe on. I swear, her boobs were all over the place.
Why did Tatamaki Senpuu Kyaku only do one hit?
After the Ken/Vega fight scene, the appearance of
Shadow/Charlie surprised me.
Kevin Lau’s backup story seems really well done. I like his take on Ken and Eliza, and Zangief not getting off a spinning pile driver kinda saddened me. But it was good nontheless.
In the back, there is an interview with the person who designed the SF website. Good stuff. Speaking of which…isn’t the site due for an update? XD Also, there are two fan letters, which should answer a few questions, or just repeat what was said in these forums.
And the Cheap Shots this issue is awesome. It’s better if you just see it yourself.
BE NICE TO GIRLS :lol: