Street Fighter: The Animated Series (1995– )

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Col. William Guile and his co-horts must fight to thwart Gen. Bison's evil schemes.

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Continuing after "Street Fighter" (1994), Col. Guile, Chun-Li Zang, Charlie Blanka, Ken Masters, Ryu Hoshi and others form an elite group of street fighters from all around the world to combat General Bison and his henchmen, attempting to stop his evil dreams of world domination. Written by <skunkfanatic@hotmail.com/>

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One of three animated series based on a Capcom video game series released in the 1990s. The others were Mega Man (1994) and Darkstalkers (1995). See more »

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M. Bison: [watching Guile losing a fight] Ha ha ha ha! This is delicious!
Balog: Guess you won't be needing those tapes I made for you. You want me to get rid of them?
M. Bison: Don't be hasty. Not until I see those street fighters pummeled to dust, which should be any moment now.
[watches Guile get rammed to the ground]
M. Bison: Yes! Yes!
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18 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Street Fighter: The Animated Series had a very rocky start. It was based off of the Street Fighter film, one of the biggest examples of miscasting and plot contriving of the 90's, and part of a trend of increasingly bad video game to movie conversion given to hack directors. Hopes for a show like this were reasonably low. And the first season of this show gave no reason for anyone to think any differently. To be blunt, it was GI Joe with Street Fighter characters shoehorned in, and was indistinguishable from the dozens of other cartoons out at the time. Showing how derivative the American animation scene had become, it tried to take cues from both Joe and the animated X-Men series, failing on both counts. Poorly plotted, animated, the first season was not faithful to the true source material at all.

However, the second season managed to turn things around a good deal. Someone must have seen the incredibly animated Street Fighter 2 anime or watched the II V TV series, because by the time the second season came around, the producers hired a more expensive animation studio for better artwork, went away from stand-alone episodes to create something of an ongoing plot, and most importantly, distanced itself from the live-action film by adding characters from the Street Fighter Alpha and Final Fight games and developing the current roster of characters. True, hardcore Street Fighter fan-boys might have been disappointed by the absence of Sakura from Alpha 2, and certain problems with the first season, such as the tendency to serverly overuse the American characters continued (For instance, in the episode with Akuma, the American born Ken is the one to best him when nearly all other media suggests Ken can't even touch Akuma), but the show did a rather admirable job of introducing the new characters they did use.

So first season bad, second season good. That said, the anime versions of Street Fighter far exceed this effort in almost every way.


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