Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Violent Ken Action Figure From Storm Collectibles

by Jay Cochran
August 07, 2018
Also known as Brainwashed Ken (洗脳されたケン), M. Bison over powered and brainwashed Ken with Psycho Power. Just like Evil Ryu, Violent Ken is obsessed with power and fighting and show no empathy for others. Violent Ken shows up the first time as the mainline character in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, since then, he becomes the perfect rival in game with Evil Ryu.

Product Features:
Newly designed & developed Violent Kenís body
4 x Interchanging Violent Kení Head-Sculpts
4 x Pairs of Hand
1 x Hadoken Effect
1 x Shoryuken Effect
1 x Stand for Hadoken

This figure will first be made available at New York Comic Con 2018.
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NeedlessImmortals - 2018-10-06 @ 10:21 pm
On 10/4/2018 at 7:47 AM, EvilHayato said:

They were. They did Street Fighter ones too. They were just reused GI Joe assets made to look like those characters.

Wow I never knew that. I think that really started my love of combining toy lines and franchises.

EvilHayato - 2018-10-04 @ 2:47 pm
1 hour ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

I actually remember way back in the day having a Scorpion and Raiden that werescaled and designed like all the G.I.Joe figures I had like they were made from the same company or something.

They were. They did Street Fighter ones too. They were just reused GI Joe assets made to look like those characters.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-10-04 @ 12:55 pm
11 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Well thats accurate in overall depiction of the characters. They are all palette swaps afterall. But I mean they are like reused Cobra soldiers/ninjas and have extra detail thats not actually pertinent to the characters they are trying to depict. Just look up MK gi joe and familiarize yourself with mk 1 and mk 2 designs and you ll see there is so odd design choices.

I actually remember way back in the day having a Scorpion and Raiden that werescaled and designed like all the G.I.Joe figures I had like they were made from the same company or something.

sXeblues - 2018-10-04 @ 9:36 am
7 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Well thats accurate in overall depiction of the characters. They are all palette swaps afterall. But I mean they are like reused Cobra soldiers/ninjas and have extra detail thats not actually pertinent to the characters they are trying to depict. Just look up MK gi joe and familiarize yourself with mk 1 and mk 2 designs and you ll see there is so odd design choices.

I dont know what youre talking about, man... As Im almost sure I remember Raiden wearing military paraphernalia and a gun holster, in every one of his in-game appearances!?

EvilHayato - 2018-10-04 @ 1:38 am
3 hours ago, sXeblues said:

I do remember that the ninjas I had, which comprised Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Smoke, were all identical figures, just painted their respective associated colors. And that was it, lol.

Well thats accurate in overall depiction of the characters. They are all palette swaps afterall. But I mean they are like reused Cobra soldiers/ninjas and have extra detail thats not actually pertinent to the characters they are trying to depict. Just look up MK gi joe and familiarize yourself with mk 1 and mk 2 designs and you ll see there is so odd design choices.

sXeblues - 2018-10-03 @ 10:05 pm
20 minutes ago, EvilHayato said:

Well the fact that most didnt even really look like themselves was also a kind of give away. I was never into joes either. I just knew about them and I knew of toy familiarity. The likenesses were so off and knowing how toy companies are with reusing parts to cut costs down, they had to be.

I do remember that the ninjas I had, which comprised Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Smoke, were all identical figures, just painted their respective associated colors. And that was it, lol.

EvilHayato - 2018-10-03 @ 9:43 pm
9 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Thats a possibility, I suppose... I never had a crazy amount of Joes to begin with, so even though their sculpts never stood out to me as anything Id personally seen in the line before, Idjust assumed they had to be retoolings, at best.

Well the fact that most didnt even really look like themselves was also a kind of give away. I was never into joes either. I just knew about them and I knew of toy familiarity. The likenesses were so off and knowing how toy companies are with reusing parts to cut costs down, they had to be.

sXeblues - 2018-10-03 @ 9:32 pm
22 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Whats pretty funny is Im pretty sure both the mk and sf figures were just recolored and re-purposed joe figures. None were actually unique sculpts.

Thats a possibility, I suppose... I never had a crazy amount of Joes to begin with, so even though their sculpts never stood out to me as anything Id personally seen in the line before, Idjust assumed they had to be retoolings, at best.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-10-03 @ 8:42 pm
13 minutes ago, EvilHayato said:

Ive always loved comics and video games. I cant really think which love came first as I was a kid I loved comics and as an artist even then I loved and were inspired by the video games I was playing on the nes. I later stopped getting comics but always had the love of those characters and how they looked at that time. Its like a psychological thing that I dont care to collect or like newer looks or iterations of characters i grew up on. Its kind of amazing how there is that much power in nostalgia? and what you were raised on. My primary is spiderman and xmen which is what i read as comics as a kid as well as their respective cartoons. Sure there are some exceptions but overall its all the stuff i loved as a kid.

With storm, they hit my love for fighting games right in the dick. I might as well pay them for their service. I wonder if capcom will be like hey guys you are all doing such a great job, heres more of our IPs for you all to do. If that comes, I will have to start selling myself out to afford it all. XD

Nostalgia is everything these days, Its pretty cool to see all these properties resurfacing and finally seeing all the stuff we wanted as a kid finally being made. I must have thatpsychologicalthing too cause I don't give a crap about any of the new stuff, in some weird way I just feel like they arent actually good and are just meant to shut up all the hipsters and protesters lol I'm sure theres some good stuff out there too though.

EvilHayato - 2018-10-03 @ 8:25 pm
40 minutes ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Videogames were actually my passion way before comics and action figures but like you said there werent many game figures out that were cool so I eventually moved on to other things and now I collect a bunch of stuff but I'm with you the stuff that Storm has been making has really hit my inner child and I definitely get more excited for these figures over any other.

Ive always loved comics and video games. I cant really think which love came first as I was a kid I loved comics and as an artist even then I loved and were inspired by the video games I was playing on the nes. I later stopped getting comics but always had the love of those characters and how they looked at that time. Its like a psychological thing that I dont care to collect or like newer looks or iterations of characters i grew up on. Its kind of amazing how there is that much power in nostalgia and what you were raised on. My primary is spiderman and xmen which is what i read as comics as a kid as well as their respective cartoons. Sure there are some exceptions but overall its all the stuff i loved as a kid.

With storm, they hit my love for fighting games right in the dick. I might as well pay them for their service. I wonder if capcom will be like hey guys you are all doing such a great job, heres more of our IPs for you all to do. If that comes, I will have to start selling myself out to afford it all. XD

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