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Battle Spirits: Ryuuko no Ken


Alternative Titles

English: Art of Fighting
Synonyms: Battle Spirits: Dragon Tiger Fist, Battle Spirits: Ryoko no Ken
Japanese: バトルスピリッツ 龍虎の拳

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 23, 1993
Licensors: Central Park Media
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Card game
Duration: 49 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 4.891 (scored by 886 users)
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Ranked: #78252
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Popularity: #5959
Members: 1,705
Favorites: 3
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

After events involving a home invasion, a house cat, an ancient artifact, and an unpaid electrical bill, martial artist Ryo Sakazaki and his best friend Robert Garcia must fight their way into the Southtown underworld to save Ryo's sister Yuri from the crimelord known as Mr. Big.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Garcia, Robert
Garcia, Robert
Main
Ikeda, Masanori
Japanese
Ikeda, Masanori
Sakazaki, Ryo
Sakazaki, Ryo
Main
Bessho, Tetsuya
Japanese
Bessho, Tetsuya
Sakazaki, Yuri
Sakazaki, Yuri
Main
Hamasaki, Ayumi
Japanese
Hamasaki, Ayumi
King
King
Supporting
Katsuki, Masako
Japanese
Katsuki, Masako

Staff

Fukutomi, Hiroshi
Fukutomi, Hiroshi
Director
Tanaka, Kazuya
Tanaka, Kazuya
Sound Director
Kuzuya, Naoyuki
Kuzuya, Naoyuki
Episode Director
Satou, Hidekazu
Satou, Hidekazu
Episode Director


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"Yasei no Kaze (野生の風)" by J★POP




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Luquillo
Mar 29, 2015
Video game to anime, especially fighting based has never really been anything above average. Usually, these types of movies will mostly appeal to fans of the franchise and give nothing to the non fans. But could it actually be possible to create a video game to anime that appeals to absolutely no one? Well, after watching Art of Fighting, the answer is yes. Surprisingly, it does have a cult following but only for mocking reasons. However, I wouldn't recommend it even for that. I've seen my fair share of train wrecks, and I can say without any doubt that Art of Fighting is the worst read more
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FallnKnightFakir
Jan 4, 2011
Long story short: everything about this anime is just awful. That said, this is an hilarious anime that anyone who needs a movie for a drinking game should partake in (suggestions for the game included in this review!). So if you're in the mood for something so bad it's good you should partake immediately.

Story: 1
Ok, so the story is basic enough to make sense for sure, it's just really stupid. Perhaps the dub is inducing problems, but they constantly changed one girl's age from underage to of legal age for no apparent reason. Even then I can barely remember the story, something about finding a read more
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Colonelfancy
Jul 17, 2010
This should've been one of those moments where a parent should have crushed their child's dream of being a cartoonist. For all the titles I've reviewed so far, even with the ones I didn't like, Art of Fighting has to be one anime that did everything you could possibly do wrong. At least Battle Arena Toshinden has riffability to it, and I've watched Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture numerous times long ago. After ten years, I decided to revisit this turkey and purchased the US Manga released DVD for $2.00.
This might be on par with World of Destruction, Fight! Spirit of the Sword, read more
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vigorousjammer
Aug 29, 2014
Battle Spirits: Ryuuko no Ken is an animated spin-off based in the universe of the classic 90's arcade game "Art of Fighting". It has some good parts and some not quite as good parts, but I enjoyed it overall. Let's go over the different aspects of this OVA.


Story: 6/10

The story is a pretty standard buddy cop action movie tale. The two main characters, Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia get themselves into a jam when they're mistakenly accused of taking a gem from a crimelord named Mr. Big, despite being entirely innocent. Luckily, they both know martial arts, so they're able to fight their way out, read more
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