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First Look at IDW’s STREET FIGHTER-G.I. JOE Comic Crossover

First Look at IDW’s STREET FIGHTER-G.I. JOE Comic Crossover

At San Diego Comic-Con International, IDW announced a comic book crossover between Hasbro’s G.I. Joe and Capcom’s Street Fighter. Now the details of the project have finally emerged.

Street Fighter X G.I. Joe will be a six-issue miniseries beginning in February 2016 that finds Destro and Cobra teaming up with M. Bison and Shadaloo for a new plan to take over the world. In response, the heroes of Street Fighter and G.I. Joe will be drawn into a tournament and forced to face each other before they can take down their common enemies.

Writer Aubrey Sitterson and artist Emilio Laiso will be the creative team of Street Fighter X G.I. Joe. Sitterson is primarily known for his comics Worth and King Maul, as well as his popular wrestling podcast, Straight Shoot. Laiso’s previous credits include Hack/Slash: Son of Samhain for Image Comics.

Street Fighter GI Joe 1 Cover 1

Via ComicBook.com, IDW has released the first four covers of Street Fighter X G.I. Joe # 1, which tease a few dream matches including Ryu vs. Jinx, Guile vs. Snake Eyes and Gung-Ho, Chun Li vs. Scarlett, and Vega vs. Snake Eyes. You can see all of the covers in our gallery below.

Here’s the Street Fighter X G.I. Joe # 1 solicitation text from IDW.

​​​​​​On a hidden island in international waters, 16 combatants enter a secret tournament… one that pits Street Fighter vs. G.I. JOE! M. Bison and Destro have joined forces, and taking them down will require the world’s finest warriors: Ryu, Snake Eyes, Guile, Scarlett, Chun-Li and Duke. New challengers Aubrey Sitterson (Hulk, Superman, Tech Jacket, Worth) and Emilio Laiso (Hack/Slash: Son of Samhain) bring the visceral combat of the world’s most popular fighting game series and the real world military action of America’s fighting elite together for the first time!

Comic fans, are you excited about the crossover between two of the top franchises from the ‘80s and ‘90s? Insert coin here, and share your opinions below!

HT: ComicBook.com
Image Credits: IDW

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