During last year’s San Diego ComiCon the Hello Kitty Chun-Li exclusive plush toy was a major hit with the fans. Seeing the high demand, Toynami has decided to release a full line of Street Fighter plush toys and they shared the details with Major Spoilers.
Diamond Select Toys is ready to kick of 2013 with style, and the company has announced a slew of Minimates, statues, and other merchandise hitting stores this week.
The second series of Street Fighter X Tekken Minimates is fighting its way to stores as we speak, featuring some of the biggest names in both franchises! Each mixed two-pack includes two Minimates, one from the Street Fighter universe and one from Tekken, each standing 2 inches tall with 14 points of articulation. Look for them in comic shops and specialty stores on January 2nd, and at Toys “R” Us soon afterwards, with exclusive characters at both locations! Check out the pics of the final product below, and double-check the line-up to see who will show up where!
If you were impressed with the first round of Street Fighter X Tekken Minimates, Diamond Select Toys has released the second round of figures based on the Street Fighter and Tekken video games. Take the jump for the 12 new figures headed our way.
The first series Street Fighter X Tekken Minimates arrive in stores this week, but you can check out an early look at Series 2 that arrives in January 2013.
Later this month, Diamond Select Toys will release a new line of video-game Minimates – Street Fighter X Tekken.
I think everyone dreams of the day when the work put into a fan film pays off in a big way. For Joey Ansah and Christian Howard, the creators of the YouTube sensation, Street Fighter: Legacy, that day has come as Capcom USA has announced a television series to be produced by the group.
If you’ve been following Major Spoilers all these years, you know we’re big fans of stop motion animation done right. Here’s one we stumbled upon today featuring Street Fighter action figures going at it.
Don’t know what to think about this one. It is a motion comic, so that is one strike against it, and I think after you take a look at this four minute clip from the 90-minute animated production, you might have a few more strikes to add.
In September of 2003, UDON published the first issue of Capcom’s Street Fighter. This title takes the story elements from the popular fighting game and weaves a tale while including and respecting as much of the gaming history as they can. We follow Ryu on his quest to avenge the murder of his master, Gouken, at the hands of Akuma. Along the way Ryu is targeted by the world terrorist Bison to be a slave under his Psycho Power. Hot on Bison’s trail are Guile and Chun-li who want to bring him to justice as agents of an Interpol task force who have both lost loved ones because of Bison. UDON takes a difficult history, riddled with many contradicting elements, and makes a story that is probably the best interpretation of the fighting game yet.
Check out these five clips from the upcoming Street Fighter: The Legend of Kristin Kreuk Chun Li.Â I’m still not totally sold on the movie, but some wire action is always good.
Yes, it is the international trailer, and you’ll need to understand Japanese to get the full meaning, but it’s got Kristin Kreuk in it, so that’s like a double bonus.