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Marvel vs Capcom Fighters
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Hair Color
Black
Occupation
Freelance Investigator
Personal quote
"I've covered wars, you know"
Fighting Style(s)
Has a number of professional wrestling moves at his disposal. He's also covered wars, y'know. His tough spirit lets him survive under even the most extreme conditions.
Weapon(s)
While he doesn't have a specific weapon, he can utilize objects in his surroundings, such as golf clubs, benches, bicycles -- basically, whatever he can get his hands on.

Games
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom
Wii
From Dead Rising and Dead Rising: Chop 'Till You Drop. Exclusive to Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars.
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
Playstation 3
From Dead Rising series
Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite

Storyline
Marvel vs Capcom
Frank West
Frank West is a photojournalist famous for covering a zombie outbreak at a shopping mall and rescuing its survivors. This experience taught him to utilize objects in his surroundings as deadly weapons. Moreover, he’s got a knack for professional wrestling. Frank’s positive attitude regardless of the circumstances makes him a valued member of the resistance. However, the horde of zombies that follow him is disconcerting…
Fate of Two Worlds
Though he's armed only with his strength, if there's a scoop to be had, he's got the courage to take anyone on. His willingness to dive head-first into any dangerous situation has saved his life as many times as it has put him in mortal peril.
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom
Ultimate All-Stars
Sensing the scoop of a lifetime, freelance photojournalist Frank West grabs his trusty camera and heads to Willamette, Colorado by himself to investigate a mysterious disturbance. Franks shows a fortitude and resourcefulness during crisis situations not found in the average person.

Fun Facts
Not Coming to America
Due to licensing issues, Daimaou did not make it into Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars; instead, Tekkaman Blade, Joe the Condor, Frank West, Zero and Yatterman-2 were included in the game.
The War He Didn't Cover
Frank West was removed from Marvel vs. Capcom 3 pretty late in development due to some difficulties with his special moves. Popular rumor says that it was due to excessive lag when summoning zombies in a more robust (read: actually functional) online environment. Director Ryota Niitsuma said he was actually part of the CG trailers made to promote the game, which throws weight behind the theory that he was the pilot of the helicopter seen in Episode 2.