Comic-Con News: Capcom’s popular Street Fighter franchise will be appearing in two comic series in the next year. Udon Entertainment will launch a new monthly comic, Street Fighter Unlimited, at the end of this year, and IDW Publishing will release a comic crossover between Street Fighter and GI Joe this winter.

Udon Entertainment, which has been releasing licensed comics since 2003, will launch the monthly Street Fighter Unlimited in December.  The series will be written by Ken Siu-Chong (Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter), with art by Joe Ng (Street Fighter Origins: Akuma) and Edwin Huang (Skullkickers). The stories, which combines fighters from all eras of the Street Fighter franchise, will be told in four-issue story arcs. The new series will feature four-page bonus stories from a rotating team of talent including Jim Zub, Adam Warren, Chris Sarracini, Jeffery Cruz, and Omar Dogan among others.

IDW Publishing will release Street Fighter X GI Joe, which will see Street Fighter’s Shadaloo and GI Joe’s Cobra team up, according to Polygon. The six-issue miniseries is planned for 2016, and since the announcement was made at Capcom’s Street Fighter V video game panel, the release will likely coincide with the game, scheduled for March 2016.