M. Bison finds a powerful alien orb and uses it to blackmail the U.N. The Warrior King, a dimension-hopping guardian of the orb, who needs it to save his world, helps Chun-li stop Bison. Part 1 of 4 of the Warrior King crossover.

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Kathleen Barr ...
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Paul Dobson ...
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Michael Donovan ...
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Ryu (voice)
Scott McNeil ...
Ken Masters (voice)
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M. Bison (voice)
John Payne ...
Escher (voice)
Donna Yamamoto ...
Chun-Li (voice)
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M. Bison finds a powerful alien orb and uses it to blackmail the U.N. The Warrior King, a dimension-hopping guardian of the orb, who needs it to save his world, helps Chun-li stop Bison. Part 1 of 4 of the Warrior King crossover.

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16 November 1996 (USA)  »

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The Warrior King was created by Will Meugniot as part of a USA Network stunt in which the character appeared in all four of their then-running animated programs (in order of appearance: Street Fighter: The Animated Series: The Warrior King (1996) , The Savage Dragon: Endgame (1996) , Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm: Resurrection (1996) and Wing Commander Academy: Recreation (1996) ) on the same day, November 16, 1996. Of the four shows, Savage Dragon is the only one that's not based on a video game, but on a comic book. Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm episode only features the orb, although the Warrior King does have a blink and you'll miss it completely silent cameo at the very end of the episode, but he's almost completely obscured by a shadow and thus nigh unrecognizable. The character was not used again after this epic crossover event. See more »

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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
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Music by Johann Sebastian Bach
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