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Street Fighter Legends, Volume 1: Sakura
     

Street Fighter Legends, Volume 1: Sakura

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by Ken Siu-Chong, Omar Dogan (Artist), Shane Law (Illustrator), Omar Dogan (Illustrator), Omar Dogan, Omar
 

  • Taking her reluctant master's advice after returning to Japan, Sakura vows to emulate Ryu and learn from as many different fighters as she can —
    leading to explosive encounters with the likes of E. Honda, Zangief, Rainbow
    Mika and her fiercest rival, Karin! But perhaps her greatest challenge lies in the pink-garbed wonder himself... the

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  • Taking her reluctant master's advice after returning to Japan, Sakura vows to emulate Ryu and learn from as many different fighters as she can —
    leading to explosive encounters with the likes of E. Honda, Zangief, Rainbow
    Mika and her fiercest rival, Karin! But perhaps her greatest challenge lies in the pink-garbed wonder himself... the ever-determined and hopelessly over-confident, Dan Hibiki! Be sure to see the legend of Street Fighter
    burst from the seams like never before with equal parts martial arts thrills and zany, over-the-top spills! Whatever lies ahead for Sakura, one thing is sure
    — the streets of Japan will never be the same!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780978138646
Publisher:
UDON Entertainment Corporation
Publication date:
03/27/2007
Series:
Street Fighter Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

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Street Fighter Legends, Volume 1: Sakura 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Ghost-s-Wulf More than 1 year ago
Daily life of Sakura in her attempts to become a street fighter. We see that here life is nothing but random acts of seeking new ways to train, from beating up Dan to constant challenges from Karin, Sakura is a girl of energy (except when sleeping in class). Though out her quest we meet some familiar faces including faces from a similar game (Rival Schools). The events in this book get referenced in the Street Fighter 4 comic, so that is a cool thing. The Art work is crips and clean. Very detailed and textured well. It's almost like no matter where Sakura goes, there is never a gloom atmosphere or apperence anywhere. The story is actually short if you think about it. Two main archs and that's it. But the Legend series seems to be more of a background understanding rather than cannon plot. If the SF IV game sparked up interest in the SF series, I recommend this book to understand Sakura a bit more. Other than that, it is a fun read duing lunch.