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Created by Malibu Comics, the company behind ''ComicBook/TheUltraverse'', '''''Street Fighter''''' is a 3 issue [[ComicBookAdaptation comic book series that was adapted]] from the Creator/{{Capcom}} [[FightingGame fighting game]] series, ''Franchise/StreetFighter''.

The comic debuted in 1993, where the ''Street Fighter'' storyline was nothing more than an ExcusePlot [[AllThereInTheManual tucked away in the instruction manual]] of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII''. Despite this, Malibu chose not to use most of it and instead made their own story only keeping certain details. These changes included making Ryu and Chun-Li training partners and a romantic couple, having Ken retire from fighting, becoming Ryu's manager as well as a TV star and [[spoiler: [[DeathByAdaptation getting killed and scalped]] in the second issue]]. Due to these changes, Capcom themselves pulled the plug on the series after three issues.

Not to be mistaken for the [[ComicBook/StreetFighter The UDON Comic]].
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!!The series provides the following tropes:

* AscendedMeme: [[UrbanLegendOfZelda Sheng Long]] being the name of Ryu and Ken's master. Sheng Long is actually another way of saying {{Shoryuken}} or the Dragon Punch.
* BarBrawl: Guile gets into one after a dork has the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of spilling beer on his hair. Despite being vastly outnumbered, [[ConservationOfNinjutsu he kicks every single one of their arses.]]
* BigNo: Ryu [[spoiler: after opening a box and finding Ken's bloody scalp, hinting he was killed]].
-->'''Ryu:''' KEN! MY OLDEST FRIEND!! NO!!!
* CanonForeigner: Nida.
* ComicBookAdaptation
* CompressedHair: Chun-Li whose hair is waist long [[OdangoHair wrapped in tiny little hair buns]].
* ContinuityNod: Despite a few inconsistencies with the source material, the comics follow certain parts of the game's canon
** Chun-Li being an Interpol agent and wanting revenge on Bison for killing her father.
** Ryu's full devotion to training.
** Sagat getting his scar from Ryu's Shoryuken.
* CrossOver: Issue #3 has E. Honda fight one of Malibu's own superheroes, The Ferret.
* TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks
* [[spoiler: DeathByAdaptation: Very likely Ken Masters.]]
* EvilKnockoff: According to WordOfGod, M. Bison's ultimate plan was to replace the world's fighters with these. Furthermore it was hinted the Balrog, Vega and Sagat we saw were also evil clones.
* {{Fireballs}}: The famous [[KamehameHadoken Hadouken]] and Sagat's Tiger Shot, which now appears to literally be made of fire as opposed to energy, although it is called a fireball in the game community as well.
* HeManWomanHater: Ryu who will take no insults from a mere woman, even if it's the strongest woman in the world.
* IceCreamKoan:
--> (Ryu to Chun-Li) "Once you were like this stream... laughing, flowing around life. Now you are like this tree--strong, flexible... but yet rooted in your obsession."
* [[spoiler: KilledOffForReal: Ken is killed by Balrog and Sagat. A clump of his hair is mailed to Ryu.]]
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:Ken, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen had the comic continued]]]].
* OffModel: Everywhere, especially with the kids who star in Ken's soda commercial, as well as how poor perspective issues make it look like fireballs are being thrown upward at an angle and landing downward at an angle.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The comic spelled Blanka's name Blan'''c'''a.
* TokenMinorityCouple: Ryu and Chun-Li. It's mostly Type A because at the time, Chun-Li was the only prominent female character in the series.
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