Ryou "City Hunter, Nicky Larson, Coque Saeba, Joe Saeba" Saeba

Ryou Saeba

Animeography
Angel Heart
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City Hunter
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City Hunter 2
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City Hunter 3
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City Hunter '91
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City Hunter: Ai to Shukumei no Magnum
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City Hunter: Bay City Wars
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City Hunter: Hyakuman Dollar no Inbou
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City Hunter: The Secret Service
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City Hunter: Goodbye My Sweetheart
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City Hunter: Kinkyuu Namachuukei!? Kyouakuhan Saeba Ryou no Saigo
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City Hunter: Ryou no Propose
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Mangaography
City Hunter
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Angel Heart
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Angel Heart 2nd Season
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Ryou Saeba (冴羽 獠)
Height: 6'4" ft.

The protagonist of City Hunter. Ryou is a combat expert, having fought as a guerrilla in numerous conflicts alluded to throughout the series, and has a long history of working in the underground. He carries a Colt Python. His mysterious past starts with him being the only survivor of a plane crash in Central America as a toddler. The crash left him an orphan in a rebel village during a civil war, prompting him to learn to fight at a young age. As a result, he has very little information on his true parentage, or even his birthdate. (Later, Kaori Makimura unilaterally declared March 26 his birthday, as that was the day they first met). After the war he ended up in the United States, where he worked as a hired gun, but eventually he found his way to Tokyo, Japan. There he formed the "City Hunter" team with Hideyuki Makimura (Kaori's brother), and it's sometime after that where the manga/TV series' timeline begins.

Voice Actors
Kamiya, Akira
Japanese
Rossi, Massimo
Italian
Blacker, Martin
English
Pan, Michael
German
Kang, Su Jin
Korean


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