Exclusive STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN’S FIST ‘Ken’ Teaser Trailer; Plus 5 New Images

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Two weeks ago we premiered Joey Ansah’s Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist ‘Ryu’ teaser trailer along with the poster and 16 images.  When we posted the article, I mentioned we’d premiere the next teaser trailer in two weeks, which brings us to today.  In this new teaser, focusing on Ken, we get a better look the character’s backstory and a great tease at his flaming shoryuken (which looks awesome).

For those unfamiliar with Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, it was created by Ansah and his producing partner Jacqueline Quella.  After the success of Ansah’s Street Fighter Legacy live-action short film, they acquired the rights from Capcom and created a multi-format series called Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist.  Premiering next month on Machinima as a 12-part series and then airing on TV, the show is about the coming of age of Ken & Ryu (the two iconic Street Fighter characters).  Over the course of the series, we will see how the past, present, and future of all of the Street Fighter characters are intertwined.  The series stars Ansah, Christian HowardTogo IgawaAkira KoieyamaMike MohGaku SpaceShogen HyunriHal Yamanouchi and Mark Killeen.  Hit the jump to watch the new Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist Ken teaser trailer. 

For more on the series, read what Ansah had to say about it here.  And below the images you can watch an early look at the SFAF animated logo, along with an early look ‘behind the scenes’ via a montage of B-roll footage.

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  • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

    The hair on these guys looks ridiculous and not in a good way. Still these shorts look like a lot of fun and I always enjoy watching these fan made films on the interent as Mortal Kombats was amazing and showed true fan passion of the material.

    • LaShonda Matlock

      I have to agree. The hair/weave/wig is an absolute mess. I can’t even focus on the storyline due to I’m laughing at his hair……..sad

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  • http://tarek-to-verso.over-blog.com/ tarek

    Brokeback Mountain in China

  • TigerFIST

    This series looks awesome and will be the SHIT!!! SHIT as in AWESOME!!! These guys have busted their ass with this and I support it 100% Do you even know the budget? I could go on. Do your homework doomsdayers!!!

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    • http://tarek-to-verso.over-blog.com/ tarek

      Yeah. Sh*t like Dragon Ball Z.

  • Captain-N2

    This looks awesome. It’s live action Street Fighter and it looks the part! These negative nancy’s are being petty and ridiculous. Anyone who has followed this project knows that they are giving it their all.

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  • Strong Enough

    man fuck this shit

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  • MJ

    Looks like 80′s soft porn.

  • MJ

    Looks like 80′s soft porn.

  • Doge.nefarious

    I guess it would be better than the dragonball evolution attempt.

  • Doge.nefarious

    I guess it would be better than the dragonball evolution attempt.

  • Larsson K

    The teaser trailers and photos already prove that with a couple of million they’ve been able to produce something that will make those Hollywood producers and directors hang their heads in shame. Really makes you wonder where all the money goes when a couple fans can go out, get funding themselves and shoot at this quality, stay true to the source material and make it believable.

  • Larsson K

    The teaser trailers and photos already prove that with a couple of million they’ve been able to produce something that will make those Hollywood producers and directors hang their heads in shame. Really makes you wonder where all the money goes when a couple fans can go out, get funding themselves and shoot at this quality, stay true to the source material and make it believable.

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  • Mike

    At least they’re staying true to the game instead of just name swapping with some random script. I’m glad the characters are faithful to the source material, even if they don’t translate to live-action 100%. I can see why people who aren’t fans of the franchise would think this is stupid, but that’s why the budget is so low. “Horrible trash” is a bit harsh though… you sound like a pseudo-film snob.

  • Frank

    I’m not going to knock these guys, because they have a vision for it and I respect that. But I can say confidently that staying close to the source material when it doesn’t translate doesn’t do any favors for a project. Everyone wants it ideally, but can you imagine a literal adaptation of something like Wanted? It wouldn’t have done well. And how interesting is it really? What about surprising the audience, playing with expectations and giving them something they didn’t expect? Marvel has done a good job for the most part of bending the source material to work in their universe. They’ve taken many liberties. I do think respecting source material is great, but shouldn’t your fidelity be toward making something great for whatever the *medium* is? Sometimes that means being bold, having people disagree with you, but veering outside choices that are particularly dated or melodramatic. Still, kudos to these guys for actually doing something. It’s easy to talk and a lot harder to do. I’ll be watching this, take off the thinking cap and just have fun with it.

  • Frank

    I’m not going to knock these guys, because they have a vision for it and I respect that. But I can say confidently that staying close to the source material when it doesn’t translate doesn’t do any favors for a project. Everyone wants it ideally, but can you imagine a literal adaptation of something like Wanted? It wouldn’t have done well. And how interesting is it really? What about surprising the audience, playing with expectations and giving them something they didn’t expect? Marvel has done a good job for the most part of bending the source material to work in their universe. They’ve taken many liberties. I do think respecting source material is great, but shouldn’t your fidelity be toward making something great for whatever the *medium* is? Sometimes that means being bold, having people disagree with you, but veering outside choices that are particularly dated or melodramatic. Still, kudos to these guys for actually doing something. It’s easy to talk and a lot harder to do. I’ll be watching this, take off the thinking cap and just have fun with it.

  • Steve

    You’re an idiot.

  • Steve

    It looks great, you’re a bigger idiot than the last guy.

  • Riku Ruohomäki

    He really is. He’s an idiot troll, who’s also an identity thieving dork with a slight case of tourettes. But what are you gonna do? He’s also my new clone brother :D He even copied my profile pic to look like me, and he’s done it before, to other people. He may or may not have some psychopathic tendencies and is a very sore loser and a coward, so I wouldn’t recommend winning an argument against him. He’s been known as ValentineNick, ‘Gary Colins’ / ‘Chris Conely’, and he has copied profiles from me and ‘HORSEFLESH’. He may also be ‘Anthony’.
    I feel sorry for the kid. His life must be very empty. I also feel sorry for anyone that has to tolerate him, either online, or in real life. He probably has no friends, as he talked to me about people he “hangs out with”, not mentioning them as “friends”. I call him Lemur Boy, after a joke we had, although he didn’t really appreciate the joke, or the way I told him the joke. Hope he hasn’t been too much trouble.

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