Street Fighter II V


Street Fighter II: The Animated Series

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Synonyms: Street Fighter 2 V
Japanese: ストリートファイターII V
English: Street Fighter II: The Animated Series
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Type: TV
Episodes: 29
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 10, 1995 to Nov 27, 1995
Premiered: Spring 1995
Broadcast: Mondays at 19:00 (JST)
Producers: YTV, Studio Take Off
Licensors: Manga Entertainment
Studios: Group TAC
Source: Game
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, MysteryMystery
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.041 (scored by 1440314,403 users)
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Ranked: #38522
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3899
Members: 25,846
Favorites: 97

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Synopsis

Ryu and Ken Masters are close friends and both are martial artists. In order to become better fighters and learn new techniques, they travel the world and are exposed to many different fighting styles, as well as meeting new people. During their journey, they find themselves caught up in a conspiracy perpetrated by a mysterious organisation called Shadowlaw, both now face their ultimate challenge and must fight for their lives as they combat the evil M. Bison.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ryuu

Main
Tsujitani, Kouji
Japanese

Chun-Li

Main
Yokoyama, Chisa
Japanese

Masters, Ken

Main
Haga, Kenji
Japanese

White, Cammy

Supporting
Sasaki, Youko
Japanese

Balrog

Supporting
Shiozawa, Kaneto
Japanese

Vega

Supporting
Utsumi, Kenji
Japanese

Guile

Supporting
Genda, Tesshou
Japanese

Sagat

Supporting
Ginga, Banjou
Japanese

Zangief

Supporting
Tanaka, Yasuo
Japanese

Fei-Long

Supporting
Yao, Kazuki
Japanese

Staff

Satou, Takuya
Co-Director, Storyboard, Animation Director
Maseba, Yutaka
Producer
Sugii, Gisaburou
Director
Kase, Mitsuko
Episode Director, Storyboard


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Opening Theme

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1: "Kaze Fuiteru (風 吹いてる)" by Yuki Kuroda (eps 1-19)
2: "Ima, Ashita no Tame ni (今, 明日のために)" by Shuji Honda (eps 20-29)
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Ending Theme

1: "Cry" by Yuki Kuroda (eps 1-19)
2: "Lonely Baby" by Shuuji Honda (eps 20-29)



Oct 11, 2008
Personally, I really liked the approach the staff did with this series by making Ken and Ryu teenagers. Putting them at that age gives better and more sensible opportunities for character development and sets things in a whole new perspective. OK, what I am going to say is a spoiler, but I need to mention it for multiple reasons, one of the reasons is to mention a negative and to inform those who are fans of those characters who want to see this series: T.Hawk, E. Honda, and Blanka are not in this series, and Akuma only has on screen cameos. So fans of those ...
Jan 13, 2009
When I first heard about this anime, I was highly skeptical about it. Although the idea of an anime based on Street Fighter was exciting to me, I had serious doubts as to whether it would be worth watching. Furthermore, when I learned that the anime was in English, it further deterred me from watching it. During my anime watching experience, I have always despised the thought of dubbed shows because IMHO it loses a lot of character originating from the Japanese language (subbed). Anyway, for weeks the title SF2V was persistently sitting at the back of my mind until I finally decided to watch ...
Feb 2, 2015
Mixed Feelings
Time again to look at a nostalgic "classic" of the past. Street Fighter 2: the anime, had everyone in the 1990s absolutely PSYCHED! After the laughably bad American movie and an even worse American cartoon adaptation on the USA channel, Street Fighter was finally going to get the masterful adaptation it deserved and bring our favorite characters to the small screen.

Unfortunately, Street Fighter 2V really dropped the ball in my opinion. I had already seen Street Fighter get two butchered adaptations, so I really wanted this version to actually stay true to the story of the games and the personality of the characters. It ...

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