Friday, February 25, 2011

Sagat

Sagat was always the tallest kid in street fighting school. 'Lanky-limbs', they'd call him. Well, he'd show them. He'd show them good. By shooting fireballs at each and every one of them. And then he'd show that Ryu too. By the time Sagat went up against the zombie horde, he'd forgotten exactly what it was he was showing people.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Vega

The 'Spanish Ninja'. It seems the reason Spain is not known for its ninjas is the choice of bright colourful clothing and funny shoes. Vega was known for his flips and jumps, something he was rather poor at after death. He was also unable to feed on the living with the mask on his face so Vega was to spend an undead eternity in frustration.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Balrog

Rumour had it that Mike Tyson was based on this champion boxer. But where Tyson bit only ears off, Balrog went straight for the brains. Even more so after turning undead.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Blanka

Blanka (Jimmy to his mum, Roderick to his friends) learned the gift of electrocution from electric eels, learned it's not easy being green from Kermit the Frog and learned how to style his hair from Peggy Bundy. Then he learned how to shamble from the other undead. Blanka liked to learn.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Dhalsim

The world's worst pacifist, Dhalsim beat the living crap out of a lot of people with those stretchy limbs. His apologies seemed hollow. So when Dhalsim fell to the undead horde, nobody really cared. Except the elephants.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Chun Li

Before becoming a shambling zombie, Chun Li was an undercover Interpol agent. Before that, she was a man.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Zangief

Whatever it was causing zombification didn't react well with Zangief's cold war era steroids. While a powerhouse in life, in death it would only take a small impact for Zangief's blood vessels to pop and cause him to explode from the inside out.

Friday, February 4, 2011

E. Honda

A Sumo wrestler with a rather, hmmm, let's say ample frame. His large surface area made him an easy target for the undead and, unfortunately, his hundred hand slap turned out to be an ineffective defense. Because slapping is for girls.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Guile

When his flash kick and sonic boom let him down, Guile battled the undead with his amazing gravity-defying hair. It didn't work. He now wanders the airfield moaning "Chaaaaarliiieeeeeee".