Udon brings Darkstalkers back in January 2010!

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Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors will feature three connecting covers by Canadian superstar artist ALVIN LEE.

After the hugely positive response to the Darkstalkers Tribute art book, fan outcry for more Darkstalkers stories became clear. Now, the ghoulish monsters and sexy seductresses of Darkstalkers are coming back to comics! This January, UDON bring fans more tales featuring creatures of the night with an all-new 3 issue miniseries titled Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors.

The new series will pick up the continuing stories of slinky succubus Morrigan, demon hunter Donovan, vampire lord Demitri, and ancient evil Pyron as they all battle for control of the Earth and beyond. Fans can also expect appearances from new creepy crawlers like insect queen Q-Bee, slumbering mummy Anakaris, noble bigfoot Sasquatch, the robotic harbinger of doom Huitzil, and more!

Returning to UDON as a cover artist is fan favorite Alvin Lee, who provides 3 connecting covers to the series featuring the entire Darkstalkers cast! Every issue will also feature a variant cover by Emily Warren, each showcasing one of the beautiful women of Darkstalkers. The series itself will be written by Ken Siu-Chong, and feature the artwork of UDON’s Joe Vriens and Eric Vedder.

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors #1 arrives this January at comic shops everywhere.

Other Darkstalkers books available now:


Darkstalkers Vol.1: Rise of the Dark Ones
Darkstalkers Tribute
Darkstalkers Graphic File

One thought on “Udon brings Darkstalkers back in January 2010!

  1. DARKSTALKERS comic books coming back in 2010 so all the fans will be happy to see the Darkstalkers comic books back in action so Capcom would get the franchise back in game
    if they make plans in the future and also they should get into talk with Threshold Entertainment CEO Larry Kasanoff on looking at the Darkstalkers comic books and games to make the movie out of the game in the future.
    Thank You.
    BRUCE ACOSTA
    AUSTRALIA.

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