El Blaze & the King

Lito Perezito’s El Blaze & the King
(A fan-made Tekken x Virtua Fighter Comic)
Written and edited with the help of my editors Hobo,
Aimee, Nintendooski, Spenser.

Story: A former pro-wrestler called El Jefe signs a contract with King and organises King’s trial, a series of fights between the best wrestlers from Mexico versus King. El Blaze was chosen to be King’s last opponent. Who will end up victorious?

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A crossover I never thought would happen. Love the comic and just got started on the sequel.


Finally finished reading ! The NSFW scenes are hawt @o@ Can’t wait for the new one coming with chapter two ! (And as ever, long live the reversible couples ! \o/)


You did a great job honestly. Great story. Both of them look great together as a couple. Both of them are so hot too. God bless ya and keep up the good work


Is there also like a way to support you!? this is such a masterpiece for just to be free… you have kinda like a kickstarters or something to give you a donation?


When I first read El Blaze and the King, I was blown away. The story, the characters, EVERYTHING was perfectly made and I really enjoyed it to the point that it changed my life (in a good way). Yes, I mean it, it changed my life for real. I used to only play tekken, now I also play virtua fighter (you already know which character I am using as my main).
After I finished reading it, It made me do some research about Spain, Mexico and I got really interested in them that I literally started learning Spanish. Yes, you read that correctly. I started learning Spanish just because I read that comic, something I wasn’t planning on doing before reading it. I finished it 2 times already and I am whiling to read it again but this time in Spanish (I’m still learning so I’ll do it after I « master » the language). What about the songs though? It’s been 1 month since the release of « King of blaze » and there hasn’t been a day where I didn’t listen to it. The same thing also goes for « Gato callejero » (I don’t want to admit that but… I cried in both of them). The songs for me are just too perfect and I am so drawn in the comic that makes me not want to have a day without listening them. You might find all that weird, childish or whatever and I’m completely fine with that. It’s my life after all. I can’t exactly express my feelings in words, but all I have to say is that I’ll keep this comic deep inside my heart forever. I’m so glad that I found it. Also, Lito and every other person who worked on that project, thank you so much. You were able to brighten my world and to lots of other people too. I felt like I had to share my story and I hope you didn’t get bored while reading it. I could literally talk about El Blaze and King for hours but I’ll stop here. Oh btw, right now I’m reading reed900 which also seems to be another brilliant comic!


Thanks for the great comics! I really like the plot and the details you’ve given to each scene

I’m glad that both MC receives the good ending they deserve


I really like the vibe of your comics (all of them, I read them like a greedy man). The characters are freaking alive, and the environment you made too, and I can’t get enough. Too good to be true. A really good pleasure to fall into this beautiful trap, hahaha ! Thank you a lot for the time and the creations of your comics ! (Fall I love with your musics too *fire*)


It’s very rare that I comment on something. But I can seriously say that I am addicted. And that you gave me (or gave me back) the motivation to pursue my desire to make web-comics. I also wanted to tell you that the development of the stories was wonderfully well done. I hadn’t pointed that out. It’s fluid, and it sticks to our guts, we want to know more.