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* BeatTheCurseOutOfHim: Guy defeats Evil Ryu in a fight, letting the normal Ryu regain control.



* GreaterScopeVillain: M. Bison is the leader of Shadaloo, but isn't seen in the manga at all and is only mentioned.


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* NervesOfSteel: Sakura stands up to Bison, even before she's into the whole "street fighting" business.

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* AvengingTheVillain: Adon is determined to avenge Sagat's loss to Ryu.

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* GreaterScopeVillain: M. Bison is the leader of Shadaloo, but isn't seen in the manga at all and is only mentioned.

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* BloodSport: Vega hosts an underground fighting tournament with lethal combat.


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* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Evil Ryu gives Ryu a healing factor and enhanced speed and strength at the cost of making him evil and attacking anyone indiscriminately.


The series takes place after the events of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'', where Ryu has won the tournament but now feels directionless in life. After a confrontation with Interpol agent Chun-Li, Ryu discovers an evil force growing within him--the Satsui no Hado--and must learn to suppress it before it consumes him. Interpol recruits Ryu in their fight against the criminal syndicate Shadaloo, joined by the US Army agent Charlie Nash. Prompted by the mysterious Rose's fortune-telling, Ryu sets out to find the two "men in red" who can help him master the force within him--his friend Ken Masters and Guy, a vigilante who travels around the world.

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The series takes place after the events of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'', where Ryu has won the tournament but now feels directionless in life. After a confrontation with Interpol agent Chun-Li, Ryu discovers an evil force growing within him--the Satsui no Hado--and must learn to suppress it before it consumes him. Interpol recruits Ryu in their fight against the criminal syndicate Shadaloo, joined by the US Army agent Charlie Nash. Prompted by the mysterious Rose's fortune-telling, Ryu sets out to stop Shadaloo and find the two "men in red" who can help him master the force within him--his friend Ken Masters and Guy, a vigilante who travels around the world.

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* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: After defeating Sagat, Ryu feels directionless and wonders what to do with his life.

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* TheCorruption: Ryu spends much of the series trying to avoid giving in to the Satsui no Hado.


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* DubNameChange: The English manga calls the Satsui no Hado the Dark Hadou.


The series takes place after the events of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'', where Ryu has won the tournament but now feels directionless in life. After a confrontation with Interpol agent Chun-Li, Ryu discovers an evil force growing within him--the Satsui no Hado--and must learn to suppress it before it consumes him. Interpol recruits Ryu in their fight against the criminal syndicate Shadaloo, and during the journey he runs into his friend Ken Masters as well as Charlie Nash.

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The series takes place after the events of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'', where Ryu has won the tournament but now feels directionless in life. After a confrontation with Interpol agent Chun-Li, Ryu discovers an evil force growing within him--the Satsui no Hado--and must learn to suppress it before it consumes him. Interpol recruits Ryu in their fight against the criminal syndicate Shadaloo, and during joined by the journey he runs into his US Army agent Charlie Nash. Prompted by the mysterious Rose's fortune-telling, Ryu sets out to find the two "men in red" who can help him master the force within him--his friend Ken Masters as well as Charlie Nash.
and Guy, a vigilante who travels around the world.


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* RunningBothSides: Shadaloo runs the top branches of the U.S. Army to ensure it avoids being brought down.
* TarotTroubles: Rose's fortune-telling guides Ryu to two men in red who can help him master the Satsui no Hado, who he believes to be Ken and Guy.

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''Street Fighter Alpha'', known as ''Street Fighter Zero'' in Japan, is a 2-volume manga adaptation of the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series, specifically ''Alpha 1'' and ''2''. It was released in 1995. UDON Comics republished the series in 2007.

The series takes place after the events of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'', where Ryu has won the tournament but now feels directionless in life. After a confrontation with Interpol agent Chun-Li, Ryu discovers an evil force growing within him--the Satsui no Hado--and must learn to suppress it before it consumes him. Interpol recruits Ryu in their fight against the criminal syndicate Shadaloo, and during the journey he runs into his friend Ken Masters as well as Charlie Nash.

This series is notable for introducing Evil Ryu to the franchise.

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!!This manga contains examples of:
* ButtMonkey: Dan loses every fight he participates in.
* DeathByAdaptation: Eagle, a then-minor character in the games who would later return, is killed by Adon.
* DescendingCeiling: Vega's arena is rigged so if more than two fighters fight at a time the ceiling will lower and crush them.
* LaserGuidedTykebomb: Cammy is the result of genetic manipulation, and is superior to most fighters despite her young age. She nearly kills Dan before Sodom intervenes.
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