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Kubira

In Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer, Kubira is a spiritual canine who transforms into a woman to blend into human society. She is summoned by her master Kyosuke, who demands full obedience and loyalty to him.

Goro Majima

Goro Majima, also known as “The Mad Dog of Shimano” is one of the main characters of the SEGA PlayStation video game franchise Yakuza and its live action film adaptation Like a Dragon. He has a twisted sense of loyalty and responsibility, especially when it comes to his ally Kazuma Kiryu

Sagat

In the video game series Street Fighter, Sagat is a renowned fighter in the style of Muay Thai kickboxing. He has an imposing physique, standing at over 7 feet tall with a hulking, 280 pound muscular build. He also has a large scar across his chest as a reminder of when Ryu “shoryukened” him.

Akuma

In Street Fighter, Akuma is a fighter with a demonic appearance, including red hair and glowing eyes. Both his appearance and playstyle are reminiscent of Ken and Ryu, though usually packing a stronger punch.

Guile

In the Street Fighter series, Guile is a US Air Force major who sets out to avenge his wingman’s death. He does this by bare-knuckle brawling M. Bison. An F-14 Tomcat would get the job done much faster, but where’s the fun in that?

Blanka

Blanka makes his first appearance in Street Fighter II. As a child, he becomes stranded in the Amazon after a plane crash. There he becomes exposed to electric eels that mutate his appearance and give him his electric powers.

Cammy

In the Street Fighter series, Cammy is an assassin who turns on M. Bison to become an MI6 secret agent. Cammy’s gloves and boots are well suited for combat. Her leotard and braided pigtails? Not so much.

Chun-Li

Chun-Li is notable for being the first well-known playable female video game character, who was first introduced in the game Street Fighter. This has earned her the title of “first lady of fighting games.” Don’t let her cute hairstyle fool you though. She packs a mean kick with her trademark Lightening Kick and Spinning Bird Kick moves.

E. Honda

Edmond Honda, better known as E. Honda, is a professional sumo wrestler who’s featured in the video game Street Fighter. Honda’s signature move is the Hyaku Retsu Harite which literally translates to the Hundred Violent Sumo Hands but is more commonly referred to as the Hundred Hand Slap.

Sakura

Sakura Kasugano is a Japanese schoolgirl in the famous fighting game, Street Fighter. Fascinated by Ryu from the same series, she studies his combat and picks up his fighting style, making her one of the top females in the popular game produced by Capcom.