Tekken (also known as Tekken: Blood Feud) is a comic miniseries published by Titan Comics. The comic is written by Cavan Scott and illustrated by Andie Tong.
For 40 years, a civil war has raged within the Mishima family, it pits father against son and grandfather against grandson, for control of the Mishima Zaibatsu Corporation. The King of Iron Fist Tournament - a legendary martial arts competition that pits the world's most powerful fighters against each other in search of fortune and glory - has been the scene of many battles. After taking the lead in Mishima Zaibatsu following his triumph in the King of Iron Fist Tournament, Jin Kazama used his position to plan a world war in an effort to awaken the infamous demon Azazel. By sacrificing himself to defeat the beast, Jin hoped to get rid of the demonic gene that corrupts his lineage but after Azazel's demise, he discovered that the curse would continue to exist even without him.
- Alisa Bosconovitch
- Anna Williams
- Devil Jin
- Heihachi Mishima
- Jin Kazama
- Kazuya Mishima
- Ling Xiaoyu
- Nina Williams
- Paul Phoenix
The story takes place at some point after the end of Tekken 6.
Ling Xiaoyu and Panda attacked by G Corporation army led by Anna Williams, who questioned her about Jin Kazama's whereabouts. However, Paul Phoenix and Nina Williams appeared and rescue them. After the fight, Xiaoyu, Paul, Panda, and Nina were able to escape with a van into a helipad where a helicopter already waiting.
Xiaoyu and the others arrived at the Hida Mountains. After meeting King, Xiaoyu mistakenly thought that another tournament would be held and attacked King, only to be stopped by Nina. Later, Yoshimitsu appeared, alongside Jin Kazama, surprising Xiaoyu.
Jin revealed his true intention gathering the fighters he could trust: to help him fetch an archive of a dangerous artifact he stored before Heihachi found it. In the middle of their conversation, a small object fell from Panda's body, revealed to be a G Corp tracker.
Suddenly, an explosion occurred, an army of Jack ambushed the place. Jin saw his father, Kazuya was there, ready to fight.
- Although the comic is said to take place after Tekken 6, it is non-canon to the series naturally.
- Cavan Scott revealed on Twitter that he wrote four more chapters for the comic, carrying on where the first mini-series ended. But added that they'll probably never be released.