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Omar Dogan: Street Fighter Legends: Chun Li #4 Cover (2009) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 24 NOV 2012

The fantastic crew over at Udon Entertainment have been responsible for producing some truly stunning pieces of comic book art over the years. Having grabbed a number of licenses from Capcom to produce comic books based on their franchises, one of the titles to really launch Udon into stardom was that of Street Fighter II, and in 2009 this initial work was expanded by a limited series focusing on the First Lady of fighting games: Miss Chun Li!

Apart from handling the interior art chores, issue 4 of Street Fighter Legends: Chun Li also featured this jaw droppingly beautiful artwork of Omar Dogan, depicting a defiant Chun Li staring up into the cold eyes of a rather aloof Sagat.

Related Link: http://www.udonentertainment.com/

Omar Dogan: Street Fighter Legends: Chun Li #2 Cover (2009) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 28 JUL 2012

The fantastic crew over at Udon Entertainment have been responsible for producing some truly stunning pieces of comic book art over the years. Having grabbed a number of licenses from Capcom to produce comic books based on their franchises, one of the titles to really launch Udon into stardom was that of Street Fighter II, and in 2009 this initial work was expanded by a limited series focusing on the First Lady of fighting games: Miss Chun Li!

Apart from handling the interior art chores, issue 2 of Street Fighter Legends: Chun Li also featured this jaw droppingly beautiful artwork of Omar Dogan, depicting a chuffed Chun Li cuffing a hapless perp.

Related Link: http://www.udonentertainment.com/

Alvin Lee: Street Fighter Legends: Chun Li #4 Variant Cover (2009) Comic Book Art | Comic Books 02 JUN 2012

The fantastic crew over at Udon Entertainment have been responsible for producing some truly stunning pieces of comic book art over the years. Having grabbed a number of licenses from Capcom to produce comic books based on their franchises, one of the titles to really launch Udon into stardom was that of Street Fighter II, and in 2009 this initial work was expanded by a limited series focusing on the First Lady of fighting games: Miss Chun Li!

With the talented Omar Dogan handling the interior art chores on issue 4, along with the main cover art, it was given to Alvin Lee to come up with this awesome piece to be used as the main variant cover, depicting a very dynamic Chun Li against a backdrop of some pretty nasty Street Fighter characters.

Related Link: http://www.udonentertainment.com/

Comic Book Art: X-23 by Omar Dogan Comic Book Art | Comic Books 02 APR 2012

Talented Canadian comic book artist Omar Dogan has produced some stunning work for Udon Entertainment, particularly on their glorious Capcom-licensed Street Fighter range.

Taking a break from Miss Chun Li and the rest of the crew, Omar has come up with this fantastic quick sketch featuring Wolverine’s little unauthorized clone, the troubled X-23 – claws and all!

Jackie Chan is Chun Li! Jokes & other Funny Stuff 03 NOV 2011

Well, at least he was for a bit in 1993’s Hong Kong martial arts action comedy “City Hunter”, directed by Wong Jing and based off Tsukasa Hojo’s popular at the time manga, City Hunter.

The manga series follows the exploits of Ryo Saeba, a “sweeper” or private detective who works to rid Tokyo of crime, and Kaori Makimura, a tomboyish girl who manages Ryo’s business affairs.
Their “City Hunter” business is an underground jack-of-all-trades operation, contacted by writing the letters “XYZ” on a blackboard at Shinjuku Station.

Anyway, to bring you up to speed, Jackie Chan who plays Ryo Saeba has been captured and has just escaped from a firing squad, stumbling inside a gaming parlor as he makes his escape. However, bad guy Donald Mac’s henchman Kim locates him and attacks, the result of which is Jackie seeing stars and more importantly… hallucinations!

Oh the fun! :)

Of course, for those of you unfamiliar with Street Fighter, what follows below will just be silly. But for those of us who grew up spending our money at the arcade on this game will undoubtedly absolutely love it to death!

For the record, Jackie absolutely hated this movie as well as his involvement in it, so much so that he pretty much disowned it and publicly slated Wong Jin after its release

Related Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Hunter_%28film%29