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Review – Tekken #1 (Titan Comics)

Publisher: Titan Comics Writer: Cavan Scott Artist: Andie Tong Release Date: 3rd May 2017 Full disclosure before we begin: I’ve always been more of a Street Fighter guy.  I mean, I’m sure I’ve played a bit of Tekken over the years, but my knowledge of the backstory and characters is, to be blunt, pretty much non-existent.  Thankfully, Titan have anticipated this, catering for novices like me by throwing in a handy little cheat sheet and “previously on Tekken”-style intro to bring everyone up to speed before this first issue even starts. Writer Cavan Scott (Vikings, Doctor Who) has a solid track record working on licensed properties, and while I can’t speak to the authenticity of the characters, this first issue manages to jog along at a fair old pace, throwing a ton of recognisable Tekken fighters into a story that essentially boils down to shady businessman (and disgruntled dad) Kazuya Mishma looking for his son (and King of Iron Fist Tournament winner) Jin Kazama. The issue is pretty much all setup, as familiar fighters are introduced at a rapid-fire pace and quickly slotted into the “goodie” or “baddie” camp by virtue of their actions.  It’s all familiar licensed comic fare, [...]



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