La mini-série Street Fighter G.I. Joe a été confiée à le scénariste Aubrey Sitterson et à l’artiste Emilio Laiso :
[quote=“Sitterson”]This isn’t a standard “Who would win: Hulk or Superman?” type thing, where we compare handbook entries and let arbitrary things like strength levels – which are no way as rigid in real life as they tend to be in these discussions – determine who wins. No, this is something smarter and ultimately, better than that.
The way I see it, every single character in the tournament – even someone like Dan – deserves to be there, as they are some of the absolute best fighters in the world. This is evidenced by the qualifying rounds, which we lay out and describe in detail in #1’s backmatter. So, if one fighter is better or more talented or stronger than another, it’s only by a matter of inches, centimeters really, which means that on any given day, it’s pretty much anyone’s fight. With that guiding principle in mind, it then became a matter of structuring the brackets and the fights that they led to in order to maximize drama – not to try and adhere to tired, stale notions of who should win a given fight. For the wrestling fans out there: We booked it like WWE’s King of the Ring.[/quote]
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