Caution:
Jawesome-ness Ahead!

Caution:
Jawesome-ness Ahead!

Caution:
Jawesome-ness Ahead!

Caution:
Jawesome-ness Ahead!

Street Sharks have emerged.

Street Sharks have emerged.

The Heroes That Could've Been

Before they became our favorite animated man-sharks from the '90s, the Street Sharks started as sketches. Some of the sketches eventually morphed into the toothy crime fighters we know and love, and some never saw the light of day. Until now. Our designers dug through the archives to give three original concepts of Clambo, Karkass, and Ripster their time in the water. And the result is fin-tastic!

Ripster

Our lead shark, originally imagined as the lead jock and named "Ripley", wears cleats, a helmet, and sunglasses. His weapon of choice? A football missile perfect for jawesome power passes.

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Karkass

Long before he became "piranhoid," Karkass had evil in his gills. Featuring a piranha’s toothy grin and removable fish fists, this nemesis is casually dressed in sneakers and a track jacket.

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Clambo

This half-man, half-mollusk is armed to the teeth and all villain. He features a camo shell, multiple blasters, and a biting sneer.

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MEET ALTON TAKEYASU AND BILL BENECKE

MEET ALTON TAKEYASU AND BILL BENECKE

A mix of curiosity and nostalgia brings back some old friends.

A mix of curiosity and nostalgia brings back some old friends.

Do you have a favorite shark from Street Sharks? Why?

Bill: I've always liked Jab, purely because of the "hammerhead" visual … but I’m a "villain" guy, so my favorite characters are actually Slobster and Slash.

Alton: Streex. He was the fastest and sharpest shark. He was a shark Flash. He was fun to draw for, and I thought the most relatable.

How do you feel about the revival of Street Sharks?

Bill: I LOVE the idea of bringing the Street Sharks back. They're terrific characters with a great story to tell, and I think new fans will be excited to spend some time in their world.

Alton: Powerful sharks that are also family — what more could you ask for? It can work in any medium. I love that something I worked on and created a long time ago is back for a whole new generation to enjoy!
Do you have a favorite shark from Street Sharks? Why?

Bill: I've always liked Jab, purely because of the "hammerhead" visual … but I’m a "villain" guy, so my favorite characters are actually Slobster and Slash.

Alton: Streex. He was the fastest and sharpest shark. He was a shark Flash. He was fun to draw for, and I thought the most relatable.

How do you feel about the revival of Street Sharks?

Bill: I LOVE the idea of bringing the Street Sharks back. They're terrific characters with a great story to tell, and I think new fans will be excited to spend some time in their world.

Alton: Powerful sharks that are also family — what more could you ask for? It can work in any medium. I love that something I worked on and created a long time ago is back for a whole new generation to enjoy!