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 "Gonna burn some muscle!"

Street Fighter II V[1] is an anime series based on Capcom's successful Street Fighter II games which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Group TAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, Street Fighter II V centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.

The story begins when filthy-rich heir Ken Masters, having grown bored with his lifestyle, calls his friend and former martial arts training partner Ryu to visit him in San Francisco. After an encounter with Sergeant Guile of the U.S. Air Force at a local dive, Ryu and Ken decide to travel the world to further improve their martial arts skills.

Manga Entertainment and Animaze produced the original English dub in 1996, with some of the actors from Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie's dub reprising their roles. Interestingly, ADV Films provided an alternate dub for the UK market in 1997.


This anime features the following tropes:

Notes

  1. Also known as Street Fighter II Voyage
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