Saturday, July 28, 2012

MISC. MANGA, *Super Street Fighter II: Cammy

You might’ve seen one or two Street Fighter comic book series over the years, but this one is pretty much the original actual Japanese manga to have been done in English. Originally run in Viz’s Game On! magazine, Super Street Fighter II: Cammy is mainly centered around the title character. This is pretty good cause we’re always being told about Chunli, Ken, Ryu, and the others. Don’t worry though, a few of the regulars like Dhalsim, Guile, and even the rarely seen Deejay show up, though Cammy is really the star.

Cammy is an agent for Britain’s MI6 which is like the U.K. version of the FBI. She is highly trained in martial arts, although she has no real memory of her past. We learn that Cammy was first captured by Shadaloo to be part of a secret team of sleeper agents and given treatments to make her into a living killing machine. But Cammy rebels against her former masters and goes for Shadaloo’s grand poobah, M. Bison.

Masahiko Nakahira’s artwork is really boss in this and make it the best non-animated Street Fighter story so far(OF COURSE!)

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