Sagat, Ken, Ryu, Akuma. This illustration was made by Japanese artist Edayan who has worked on multiple Street Fighter games. These dynamic illustrations are the last Street Fighter characters he drew for Capcom.

Shotos - Street Fighter

This illustration was made by Japanese artist Edayan who has worked on multiple Street Fighter games. These dynamic illustrations are the last Street Fighter characters he drew for Capcom. The Certificate of Authenticity fo

How Street Fighter's Ryu Changed Over The Years

How Street Fighter's Ryu Changed Over The Years

The evolution of Ryu from the Street Fighter series. (via How Street Fighter’s Ryu Changed Over The Years)

Akuma (in Japanese, "Devil" or "Demon") known in Japan as Gouki (豪鬼 Gōki?, lit. "Great Demon") Akuma made his debut in Super Street Fighter II Turbo as a secret character and hidden boss. In the storyline of the Street Fighter video games, he is the younger brother of Gouken, Ryu and Ken's master.

Akuma (in Japanese, "Devil" or "Demon") known in Japan as Gouki (豪鬼 Gōki? "Great Demon") Akuma made his debut in Super Street Fighter II Turbo as a secret character and hidden boss. In the storyline of the Street Fighter video games, he is the young

Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers

The Arcade Flyer Archive - Video Game Flyers: Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers, Capcom

The 5th new Ultra Street Fighter 4 character is Decapre

The 5th new Ultra Street Fighter 4 character is Decapre

The fighting style used by Street Fighter character Ryu, is described as a martial art rooted as an assassination art Ansatsuken. This fighting style is heavily based on striking-based martial arts such as KyoKushin Karate.

The fighting style used by Street Fighter character Ryu, is described as a martial art rooted as an assassination art Ansatsuken. This fighting style is heavily based on striking-based martial arts such as KyoKushin Karate.

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