A PC port of Skullgirls was announced all the way back in May of last year, and since then we've heard nary a peep about the game. Autumn Games has now announced that it's preparing to start work on the port, thanks to a publishing arrangement with MarvelousAQL.
An update on the official site (via Polygon) gave word that Marvelous and Autumn are in the final stages of signing an agreement, which means the developer will be starting work on the PC version "in the coming weeks."
It may be a long way off, though, since work hasn't begun and Marvelous has opted to fund a slower port with additional features. Autumn expects the project to take approximately four months, and the fruits of that labor will be the indie fighting game with expanded multiplayer options like lobbies. It also plans to host a public beta closer to release.