The King of Fighters: Kyo
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The King of Fighters: Kyo

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Japanese: ザ・キング・オブ・ファイターズ京


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: 1996 to 1999
Genre: Action Action
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: None
Authors: Masato, Natsumoto (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #121232
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Popularity: #15569
Members: 933
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MangaMasato, Natsumoto (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /10


Based on the 2D fighting game series of the same name.

King of Fighters is a battle between the strongest teams of 3 in the world. The story revolves around Kyo Kusanagi one of Japan's team when they reach the end of the King of Fighters '95 tournament and what follows after they get back to Japan.

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Still, Clark
Kane, Billy
Kagura, Chizuru
Jones, Ralf
Nikaido, Benimaru


Feb 1, 2010
King of fighters Kyo is a manga more enjoyable for people who had played KOF series and specially had played KOF Kyo for playstation. Otherwise probably you will feel bored and you will not understand what is going on because the whole storie has to much characters with different side stories. So If you really want to enjoy this manga, I suggest you to play the videogames series for Arcade (such as KOF95-96-97) and you will understand better what is the matter with Orochi and all that stuff.

I like the art to much because is full of details and strong lines. I think the author ...
Apr 23, 2016
Mixed Feelings
As Polonius of Hamlet once said: Brevity is the soul of wit. Sometimes, all we want is a little pinch of something before we've had enough of it. For KOF: Kyo, a pinch is indeed all that we get and that pinch, as brief and as flawed as it is, it just enough...but only just.

The underlying conflict in KOF, centered on the struggle between Iori Yagami and Kyo Kusanagi, is odd in that characters always refer to the struggle, but the reader is never really given the scope of the conflict until later in the short series. Those who have played the games would probably ...

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