Gallery: Check Out The Stunning High-Def Character Art For Marvel Vs. Capcom Collection

Marvel vs. Capcom Collection Character Art Revealed

We were pleasantly surprised to see the announcement of Marvel vs. Capcom Fighting Collection: Arcade Classics during the recent Nintendo Direct. Bringing the beloved Marvel vs. Capcom fighters to modern consoles seemed like a fantasy, and the inclusion of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 in the package made it even more remarkable.

Capcom has now unveiled stunning high-definition character art for five out of the seven games in the collection. This art, previously not widely available, provides a fresh look at iconic characters from the series. The evolution of art styles across the games is also apparent, with each title showcasing unique design elements.


Akuma, a renowned antagonist from Street Fighter, has been a prominent figure in the Marvel/Capcom crossover games. The collection introduces Cyber Akuma as a playable character in Marvel vs. Street Fighter, adding a new layer of intensity to the gameplay.


Blackheart, a character present in the crossover fighting games before Ghost Rider, exudes a menacing aura in both Marvel vs. X-Men and Marvel vs. Capcom 2. The different art styles for Blackheart highlight his imposing presence in the games.


Chun-Li, an iconic figure in the fighting game genre, shines in the character art from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom 2. Both renditions capture Chun-Li’s dynamic fighting style and graceful demeanor.


Cyclops, a consistent presence in crossover fighting games, maintains his classic design with a focus on his signature protective glasses and concussive beams. The artwork pays homage to Cyclops’ stoic and formidable nature.

Jill Valentine

Jill Valentine, a standout character from Resident Evil, brings a unique gameplay experience to Marvel vs. Capcom 2. Her art reflects her courage and readiness to face any challenge thrown her way.


Mega-Man, a beloved Capcom character, adds a touch of charm to the roster with his appearances in Marvel vs. Capcom titles. The iconic blue hero retains his adorable aesthetic across different art styles in the games.


Morrigan, a popular character from Darkstalkers, showcases her captivating design in Marvel vs. Capcom 1 and 2. The character art emphasizes different aspects of Morrigan’s personality, adding depth to her portrayal.


Rogue, known for her simplicity yet striking presence, makes a strong impression in X-Men vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom 2. The character art highlights Rogue’s distinctive features and vibrant color palette.

Ruby Heart

Ruby Heart, an original character from Marvel vs. Capcom 2, stands out as a pirate protagonist with a unique design. Her artwork captures the essence of a swashbuckling adventurer, complete with intricate details reflecting her heritage.


Spider-Man, a quintessential Marvel superhero, brings his acrobatic flair to the crossover games with dynamic poses in both Marvel vs. Capcom titles. The character art captures the essence of Spidey’s comic book adventures.


Storm, a formidable X-Men character, embodies grace and power in Marvel vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom 2. The character art showcases Storm’s strength and elegance, making her a standout fighter in the collection.

Strider Hiryu

Strider Hiryu, a stylish and agile Capcom character, fits perfectly into the crossover fighter roster. His character art highlights his signature features, including his face covering and sword, capturing his dynamic combat style.


Wolverine, a fan-favorite in the crossover games, maintains his fierce appearance with retractable claws and a bold outfit. The artwork for Wolverine in Marvel vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 portrays his rugged demeanor and combat prowess.

These are just a few highlights from the collection’s character art lineup. For more high-quality art pieces, visit the official Marvel vs. Capcom Fighting Collection: Arcade Classics website to explore the full roster of characters. Discover the evolution of art styles and iconic designs that have defined the Marvel vs. Capcom series over the years.