Street Fighter Galleries covers artwork spanning the entire SF universe of games. From in-game captures to official artwork, SFG offers dozens of galleries, covering every game Ryu & co. have ever appeared in. Check the
Site Map for a full listing of SF games.
In addition to the regular SF series of games, the site also caters to many other Capcom fighting games. This includes the entire Marvel Vs Series, SNK Vs Series, Other Titles such as
Pocket Fighter and Capcom All-Stars and much more. I also put together a
Complete SF Game List. Finally, please also note the Links Page. Much of the art found on this site came from other pages. In all cases I've given a link in the index as well as in the art page. If you like any of the art here, please check out the sites from where the art came from!
24th January, 2013
Back in the winter of 2002, I came down with bronchitis. As a child, I would often get it around my birthday and in my mid-20s it happened again.
I was 26 years old and very ill. As I sat at home, I came up with the plans that would eventually be Street Fighter Galleries. It took a good
three years before the site would officially be done as I changed designs a few times and tweaked things. However, as I was still very much into
web design and I wanted a way to collect all the awesome Street Fighter art in one place, I was excited about the endeavor.
Now it's 11 years later and I'm approaching my late-30s. It's remarkable how certain things are precisely as they were back them (Love me some SF!)
but others are so outrageously different (four kids?!?!) As I emerged from a long hospital stay and recover, it reminds me of those old days of web design.
Of course I started all this back in '95, so by 2002 I was already a veteran. But now SFG is 11 years old and I'm still proud to be at the helm,
updating with the awesome art Capcom has published over the 25 years of SF history. In celebration of this anniversary, I started putting
together a massive amount of updates. What started as a goal to hit 100 galleries has changed to a huge overhaul of almost half the site. In fact, this
update alone is the largest since the site launched over a decade ago. There's no real easy way to cite all the updates - but I'll let you know what's
new and what's changed.
So...all in all, that's a BIG update. The biggest of thanks to Arcade Gear (Formerly Jap-Sai) as
a lot of the new material comes from their oustanding site. I still have a few little things to do, but as I'll be returning to work soon, I wanted to
make sure I got this update posted in time for the big anniversary. It's not so big...this is all I'm going to really post about it. Still 11 years
later, there are 106 galleries on this site (+6 misc ones) and I'm damn proud to have it going so long. Enjoy the updates and let me know if you like
what you see!
Capcom barely celebrated Mega Man's 25th anniversary with the epic Street Fighter
X Mega Man downloadable title. I checked it out, briefly. While I didn't give it the time it deserves,
partly because I didn't have a game pad plugged in (doing that with a keyboard is a nightmare), I did take a
few minutes to capture the character artwork. It's nothing super special, and the
entire gallery will be previewed below. However, it's the 93rd gallery
on the site (with 6 misc. galleries) which means the next will be the 100th. That's kinda cool. OK, here's
your preview and have a happy and safe new year if I don't post before then!
24th December, 2012
Today has been a good day for Vampire/Darkstalkers. First off, I finally published my
sprawling Vampire Savior FAQ which covers ever single iteration of
the awesome third game in the series. Seeing as how there are three arcade titles and seven home ports, there's a lot to cover. I'm
proud of the lot so check it out if you so desire.
Finally, the last pieces of artwork for Vampire Resurrection have come out and they round
out one of the strongest art galleries I've ver seen by Capcom. I'll let you decide for yourself, but the sample here is
for Pyron - So cool! Enjoy this and your Christmas. Safe new year too! Remember, 2013 is the 10-year anniversary of this site.
1st December, 2012
Street Fighter Galleries is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary. What started out
as a simple hobby, a means to collect art for myself, it has grown beyond my expectations. I've
just uploaded my 90th full gallery and decided to make some changes to one section of the site.
Today's main update is for the upcoming Vampire / Darkstalkers Resurrection release
coming in March. The collection of Vampire Hunter / Night Warriors
and Vampire Savior / Darkstalkers 3 is coming out and I've been
doing a lot of research on the multiple games for a potential FAQ. Here's your sample of the
art as Capcom Japan has started posting the new character portraits.
It turns out they're really quite good. I'll continue updating with art as it's revealed.
That's some awesome stuff right there. However, like I mentioned, there was more to this update. I've
decided to include all the Vampire / Darkstalkers games to the left navigation. There are now
five sets of games there and their convoluted history has been fun to research. While this site is obviously
dedicated to Street Fighter, the art of these games is certainly worthy of place on this site. This
is a small thing, but with another Vampire game coming out in the future, I expect more galleries
to come. I can't wait.
4th November, 2012
Last weekend I got the inspiration to do something stupid. I captured all of Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha's
character art again, this time including all the color swaps. It was a useless endeavor, but the end product is kind of cool.
I used my familiar mouseover script to reduce the number of entries on the page. Since I captured all the alternate characters as well
(Shin Gouki, Evil Ryu, Chun-Li's classic outfit, SSF2 colors and Sakura's extra set of swaps), it was a large number, over 130 in
all. Check them out if you care to. I kept the original gallery for
those not interested in such ridiculousness.
I have quite enjoyed this new resurgence of art and activity on this site. As my
Tony Hawk Site was recently
torn from my hands unexpectedly, this is
now my 2nd-longest running site. In any event, the new news is about Darkstalkers Revenge, a
collection of the second and third titles in the awesome Vampire / Darkstalkers
series of games. Now, they omitted the first game, understandably, but I'm not really sure how Darkstalkers 3
fits in. I realize it came out on the PS1 with that title, but the original arcade game (which is what we're
emulating here) had a convoluted release history. Vampire Savior, Vampire Savior 2 and
Vampire Hunter 2 are all slightly different. I'll have to see if I still have Darkstalkers 3 somewhere
Back on task, today is just a poster from the new collection, much like what I did with Marvel
Vs. Capcom Origins. No new dedicated art, but a logo and a poster will have to do! Enjoy!
So, what we have today is just fixes for existing galleries, really. Both ripped artwork in
MSF (series #2 and series #3)
have been re-captured with all the characters and colors. This includes Mephisto, US Agent, Mech Gouki, Dark
Sakura, Armored Spider-Man and Mega Zangief. What once was art I disliked, I've come to really enjoy.
On to Marvel Vs. Capcom, the release of Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins has
really made me look back fondly to this time of my life. This is just prior to 3D taking over everything in gaming
(it had started, I realize, but 2D still had a foothold). In any event, I went back and recapped the
win poses gallery. Like MSF, this includes alternate colors and all hidden
fighters (Shadow Lady, Orange Hulk, Lilith, Carnage, Mega War Machine and Roll). I ought to head back to the
Supers 2 gallery and redo those. Perhaps. Perhaps.
I think that's enough for the day. Ultimately, these are just small updates and I've added no new galleries.
It's OK though. I still really enjoy this site. Hopefully you enjoy the art galleries as much.
1st October, 2012
After the last update, I figured why not check out the other gallery from XSF and look at this?
The same problem as before! So, once again here you'll get the full artwork for each character (two for
Chun-Li) as well as both color variants (mouseover them). Apocalypse is featured here, but not in full
res. The same thing as yesterday. I love this stuff!
1st October, 2012
There are still some galleries that need editing/uploading but I haven't had the time as of late. In addition,
there are some more behind-the-scenes updates that I haven't posted (and more to complete). However, as
Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins has just launched on both the PS3 and Xbox360, I felt the urge to revisit
yesteryear and check out the titles that kept us going to arcades in the late 90s. It's funny, because
by then, the arcade was (in many places) dying out. It felt like the heyday (SF2 - 1992!) was so
far away, but in reality, it was just a few years removed. Now, it's 15 years since these titles graced
the arcade...and alas! I feel old.
OK, back on task. There are two cool updates today.
This got me interested so I checked out some old stuff. Specifically, I figured I'd capture the alternate colors for
characters in X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (can someone tell me why XSF and MSF weren't
included?) I had done the alternate color thing in one MSF gallery, and thought it looked
cool. However, upon checking out what I had, I realized I was missing something! Now, considering I'm losing my mind
taking care of kids while on vacation, this small thing is actualy exciting for me! You can see in the comparison below
what the issue was. I had captured images from when a character used a super rather than the larger image from the
character select screen. I'm pretty psyched and think the 'new' gallery looks rather awesome. You have alternate
colors for all characters (mouseover them!) but Apocalypse is from my old captures and is smaller. I hope you enjoy these!
More to come as always!!!
12th March, 2012
I managed some updates behind the scenes in the last few months. I had a log file but I have since lost it. Not entirely sure what I updated, but
I know for certain there was a new Street Fighter Zero 2 gallery uploaded. With today's update, I think that makes a total of
90 galleries on the site. Not too shabby for a site that's like 10 years old or something!
However, today's update is artwork from Street Fighter X Tekken. It's a pretty good game, a fun romp, if you will. The
gallery in question covers avatars that were made available on the PSN this past week. The images are cool, smaller versions of
the artwork I need to get on the site. For now, it'll do though, and I included the Tekken characters too. Enjoy this and I hope to get the rest up soon!
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike - Online Edition is out and of course, I had no choice but to purchase it. Of course, I have
it on the Dreamcast (all 3 SF3 games) and on the PS2...but one last time can't hurt! Scouring the net I found both the
avatars and full set of high-res artwork! Many thanks to Creative Uncut, a source
I'll use again for some other incomplete sets of mine. These are all awesome and look spectacular. I'll toss up a preview and you
should enjoy my first update in over a year!
I tossed up a Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 gallery, using some good high-res images. There will be plenty more to come. I've also gone through the Game List, bringing it closer to being up-to-date. There is now a link to the Logo Collection to the left, also brought up-to-date. Actually, I'm missing a few, and I plan on getting Tatsunoko vs. Capcom stuff up as well as the new info on Street Fighter X Tekken (and later Tekken X Street Fighter). But I did toss up a quick image of the Online Edition of 3rd Strike. So much new stuff! Enjoy!
28th February, 2010 - Three More Four
Three more images from Super Street Fighter IV. The latest include Dudley, Makoto and Ibuki, the folks from Street Fighter III.
Brief update today, but also a reminder that this site launched 8 years ago this month. I'm sick this weekend, much as I was then. I was really sick back in 2002 and I rested by crafting a new site! 8 years. That's crazy.
19th November, 2009 - More IV
Some new images have been posted over at Capcom Unity and I've compiled them into the SSF4 Page. You can now find Dan, El Fuerte and Rufus. Of course, the big news today is that Adon, Cody and Guy are all verified as well for the new game! I'm kinda happy about Adon, but couldn't care less about the Final Fight guys. I never liked them in the Zero series. That brings our new fighters up to 6 (Dee Jay, T. Hawk, Juri, and these 3). I think they said there would be 8, so what's left? I sure would like a pair of new fighters. I don't particularly need to see anyone from SF3. I think 3 new fighters would be a pretty cool addition, but I doubt we'll see that. More to come!
1st October, 2009 - Super Street Fighter IV!!!
Update: 5th October
Sagat and C. Viper's images are now available in the section below, all courtesy of Capcom Unity!
Update: 2nd October
Dee Jay's pic has also been uploaded as well! I like this new set of art already!
It was no surprise that it was coming, but I'm totally psyched about the unveiling of Super Street Fighter IV. I found that SF4 did everything right. It mixed every classic element and character, with updated visuals while staying true to the 2D plane. It was easier to get into for the average gamer yet felt deep enough for the more advanced user. It was fun, looked great, sounded great and had a great mix of new and old (focus on old). Mixing it up with this update, I am just pumped. So, the first official art is out and you can find
the updates in the Logo Gallery, the Site Map, and of course in the
Street Fighter IV pages. Only two shots for now, but the official art for Dee Jay, T. Hawk and Juri will be coming soon, I'm sure. I'll post both shots and note that I linked to sexy high-res versions. Read: they're large pics!
Back in 2003 I scanned a few images from my Street Fighter EX2 Plus strategy guide. The art for the game was awesome, but I never got around to scanning and editing the whole lot. There they sat, for 6 long years. I figured I'd toss them up. They're good scans and are are in nice high resolution. For a sample, here's the whole lot. Perhaps one day I'll get to the rest, I don't see it happening any
time soon though!
Street Fighter EX 2
I went back and recapped one of the sets of art from Marvel Vs. Capcom. The final set here consisted of JPGs, another
bad choice on my part from like 6 years ago. GIFs now for the most part look the same, but are better quality. I wonder what else there is I've
missed. Brought other parts of the site up-to-date and tidy too. 7 years old! Wow!