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UDON at Comic-Con International: San Diego, booth #5037

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2011 marks the beginning of Publisher and Creative Studio UDON Entertainment‘s second decade of operations, and one of its biggest San Diego Comic-Con outtings ever! With three new books debuting at Comic-Con International and more than 16 creators in attendance signing and sketching for fans across all five days of the show, no comics, video game, or art fan is going to want to miss out on all the great stuff going down at UDON, booth #5037!

Art Books and Graphic Novels Debuting at Comic-Con:


Celebrating over 20 years of the ‘blue bomber!’

Hundreds of artists from around the world join forces to pay homage to one of the most iconic figures in gaming with Mega Man Tribute! This 300+ page, full-colour art book is the ultimate celebration of the blue bomber, featuring the characters of Mega Man classic, Mega Man X, Mega Man Zero, Mega Man ZX, and Mega Man Legends in every style you can imagine! Includes original pieces by comics superstars Hitoshi Ariga (Mega Man: Megamix), Sean “Cheeks” Galloway (Teen Titans: GO!), Sanford Greene (Dark Horse Presents), and many more!

Premiering at Comic-Con, this limited edition hardcover version features exclusive cover art by Mega Man manga artist Hitoshi Ariga (Megamix, Gigamix), and is only available direct from UDON! Limited to 500 copies. SRP $80.

COMIC-CON EXCLUSIVE: Meet the artists featured in Mega Man Tribute at the UDON Booth #5037 every day from 1:30-3pm for a special signing! Participating artists are scheduled to include Joe Bluhm, Andrew Dickman, Sean “Cheeks” Galloway, Sanford Greene, Edwin Huang, Ryan Odagawa, editor Matt Moylan, and UDON members Jeffrey Cruz, Omar Dogan, Joe Ng, Eric Vedder, Long Vo, and Jim Zub.


By Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz! UDON’s first original graphic novel!

All-out action meets off-the-wall wackiness in RandomVeus Volume 1, an original graphic novel from the mind of artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz! Join bouffant-sporting hero Raimundo and the team of One-Dimensional Couriers as they deliver mysterious packages to every corner of the wild world known as the RandomVeus! Octopus ninjas, jazz playing demons, robot gorillas, samurai mushrooms, and giant furry squid monsters are all on tap in this zaniest of zany adventures!

RandomVeus Volume 1 is UDON’s first-ever original graphic novel, featuring an entirely original story and characters in a beautiful and unique artistic style! The hardcover graphic novel will debut at Comic-Con with an SRP of $29.99.

COMIC-CON EXCLUSIVE: RandomVeus creator Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz will be signing at the UDON booth #5037 every day of Comic-Con! Come meet the artist, and get your copy of RandomVeus Volume 1 signed and sketched-in by the author!


By Omar Dogan, Ken Siu-Chong, Jim Zub, and more!

It’s the entire Street Fighter Legends series in a gorgeous, oversized format to catch every detail! Collecting the complete Sakura, Chun-li, and Ibuki  comic series, this ultimate collection shows why the lovely ladies of Street Fighter deserve to be called Legends! Plus appearances from Ryu, Sagat, Dan, M.Bison, Karin, Makoto, Elena, and more of your favorites!

This is a beautiful companion to UDON’s smash-hit Street Fighter Ultimate Edition v1 and v2, featuring 350+ pages of comics! Entirely drawn by UDON artist Omar Dogan, and written by Ken Siu-Chong (Street Fighter) and Jim Zub (Skullkickers), this limited edition hardcover version features exclusive cover art by Omar Dogan. Limited to 200 copies! Debuting at Comic-Con with an SRP of $80.

COMIC-CON EXCLUSIVE: Street Fighter Legends creators Omar Dogan and Jim Zub will be signing at the UDON booth every day of Comic-Con! In addition, Street Fighter Legends variant and pin-up artists including Adam Warren, Alvin Lee, and Jo Chen will also be doing select signings at the UDON Booth!

More great creator signings!

Here’s the complete list of creators who will be signing at UDON Entertainment, booth #5037:

Joe Bluhm (Mega Man Tribute), Jo Chen (Street Fighter Legends, Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz (RandomVeus), Andrew Dickman (Mega Man Tribute), Omar Dogan (Street Fighter Legends), Sean “Cheeks” Galloway (Mega Man Tribute), Sanford Greene (Mega Man Tribute), Alvin Lee (Street Fighter Legends, Hatsune Miku),  Matt Moylan (Mega Man Tribute), Joe Ng (Street Fighter), Ryan Odagawa (Mega Man Tribute), Arnold Tsang (Street Fighter), Eric Vedder (Darkstalkers), Long Vo (Street Fighter, Inception), Adam Warren (Street Fighter Legends, Empowered), Jim Zub (Mega Man Tribute). Plus one very special guest that will be announced closer to Comic-Con!

Please see or the UDON booth #5037 on-site at Comic Con for complete schedule and signing times.

Come to the UDON Entertainment Panel!

UDON will be taking you behind the scenes on some of their best and most high-profile video game, comics, and art book projects. In addition, several MAJOR announcements about forthcoming projects will be made at this panel! Don’t miss it!

UDON and the Art of Comic & Game Design.

Friday, July 22

Room: 4, 7:00-8:00 PM

UDON create great comics, translate your favourite Japanese art books, and design some amazing video games! Join them as they share their trade secrets, learned from working with a host of different comics and game companies over the past 10 years! Take a tour of winning design elements through UDON’s vast portfolio of works, and get ready for special announcements of which comics, manga, artbooks, and video game properties they’ll be working on next! Featuring Jim Zub (Skullkickers), Jeffrey Cruz (RandomVeus), Long Vo (Inception), Matt Moylan (Mega Man Tribute), and more!


If you have any inquiries or questions about UDON Entertainment or to arrange follow-up interviews, please contact UDON Managing Editor Matt Moylan at


UDON Entertainment is a Canada-based publisher of original comic books, graphic novels, and art books. UDON’s best-known projects are those based on popular video game franchises such as Street Fighter®, Darkstalkers®, Okami®, Resident Evil® and Mega Man®. The publisher’s ever-growing library also includes English editions of several Japanese manga titles, the anthology art book series APPLE, and the Manga for Kids line for children ages 7-12.

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We are in. Move was a breeze thanks to many awesome friends who helped out.

We’re about 75% unpacked, all the major things are in place. Still no TV or video games set up, all the books are on the wrong shelves, but at least I’ve stopped banging my shins and toes on random boxes of god-knows-what.

I cracked why I’m not delighted by the new place, which is frankly an upgrade in every way except ‘proximity to work’ and ‘ability to have big comfy couch’.

I’d never been forced to move out of a place that I was comfortable before. I know this probably won’t elicit a lot of sympathy, but prior to this move every place I’d lived I was more-than-ready to leave, and so getting into the new place was both a relief and even a necessity. This one, all the work of packing, moving, unpacking, and the tumultuous change that came with it, I hadn’t really mentally prepared myself for it.  Frankly I didn’t really have time.

Part of it is also the post-TCAF doldrums, which haven’t shaken off for at least a few months in the past. Luckily I’ve been so busy that it hasn’t hit me that badly, but it’s certainly contributing.

I’m actually pretty happy with the new space, overall. A few small changes, a few things to get used to, and lots and lots to do, but overall it’s been a very positive change so far.

I do miss the cable TV though.

- Chris

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We are moving. June 1st. To the ‘gay ghetto’ (heh) at Yonge and Carlton.


  1. 24 hour everything at my corner! Shopper’s Drug Mart, Sobeys, Convenience Stores, everything! 24 hours!
  2. Directly on top of a subway station!
  3. Directly on top of The Carlton Cinema, a great dual mainstream/arthouse theatre.
  4. A whole new neighbourhood to explore!
  5. Only 3 blocks from original Toronto Guu, same distance as I currently am to Guu2 in Annex.
  6. The new place has a pool! And a terrace! And a fitness room! and a 7 foot deep, 20 foot long deck!
  7. It is on the 23rd floor so great cross-breezes in summer.
  8. It’s a two bedroom so even though it’s a bit smaller, there’ll be a better separation of space. I will have an office!
  9. It’s right in the village and I’ve never lived there. It’ll be neat to have the gayborhood as a stomping grounds.
  10. It’s not that small, which means we can still keep a lot of our stuff, which we have worked very hard to accumulate.
  11. It’s small enough that it’s forcing us to really clean and get rid of stuff, which is probably a very good thing.
  12. It’s forced us to be creative about how we want the space to be set up, so that we can still entertain and have people over without it seeming that cramped. Drinks with friends, board games, video games, all still possible in the new place, which is good. As long as you don’t want to sit on a couch.


  1. It’s smaller. The first wave of ‘getting rid of stuff’ is easy. It’s the second and third waves, to really pare down to what’s essential in a small space, that’s hard. If we were uprooting to Japan and we could only take three suitcases each, it’d actually be much, much easier. Grab the things you love the most, that are the most useful, and throw the rest in storage [parent's house] until you get back. This is different… storage is an option, but there’s a fine line between “this is an item that I won’t interact with for a full year but I love it and want to keep it forever,” and “hoarding”. I have too much of the latter. WE have too much of the latter, which just compounds the problem.
  2. It is far from work, which means I have to start riding the TTC, which is… lame. At least I’ll get 15 minutes of reading in each day…? Except for days where it is broken? Maybe I’ll work from home more.
  3. It’s considerably more expensive. I looked at a post I made in March of last year, about how “$1500 a month is about a hundred bucks more than we can comfortable afford,” and this is more than that. Plus the cost of a metropass now. Can you say “significant lifestyle change”?


  1. Moving. I really feel comfortable here, and what’s wrong with seeking comfort? It’s not exactly a bad situation we have going, although prior to living with me Andrew hadn’t lived in the same place for more than 2 years since he moved out of Hamilton. He’d been itching to move even before the eviction came through, though I think it’s pretty clear that we would’ve both preferred to do so on our own timeline.
  2. But.
  3. Moving, doing something different–even if it’s as small as a change of scenery within the same city–maybe that will be good?
  4. Maybe this isn’t so much a neutral as an unknown?

Anyway. I just wanted to get all of that out of my head an onto the page[screen]. And let you know what was up. And that we’re moving on-or-around June 1st. And if you wanna help out feel free to let me know. :)

- Chris

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