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The third volume veered away from the game adaptation formula, focusing on the cast being invited to an island to face off against their EvilTwin--yes, even the villains.


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* EvilTwin: [[spoiler: The Four Kings and Guile, Ken, Ryu and Chun Li find they've been invited to an island with an evil clone of Bison... And seven other clones as well. It leads to all of them [[MirrorMatch fighting their EvilTwin]], though Ryu and Bison do a SwitchOutMove that lead to each man trouncing the other's clones.]]


* MercyKill: [[spoiler:Charlie was experimented on by Shadaloo to test a mind-controlling drug and he went insane from it. Guile intercepted him as Charlie was attacking unarmed villagers and was forced to kill his best friend to prevent more lives from being endangered.]]

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* MercyKill: [[spoiler:Charlie was experimented on by Shadaloo to one of Bison's first test a mind-controlling drug subjects and he went insane from it. the Doll drug. Guile intercepted him as Charlie was attacking unarmed villagers villagers, and was forced to kill his best friend to prevent more lives from being endangered.]]

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* MercyKill: [[spoiler:Charlie was experimented on by Shadaloo to test a mind-controlling drug and he went insane from it. Guile intercepted him as Charlie was attacking unarmed villagers and was forced to kill his best friend to prevent more lives from being endangered.]]

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* PragmaticAdaptation: Instead of characters flying to different locales for one-on-one fights, the island of Shad simulates locales from all over, letting the characters be in the same location overall but still fight in different areas.


* CanonForeigner: Ken is given another best friend in Cho, and Cho's old girlfriend Po-Lin and her little brother Wong-Mei.

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* CanonForeigner: Ken is given another best friend in Cho, and Cho's old girlfriend Po-Lin and her little brother Wong-Mei.Wong-Mei are also manga-exclusive.


The series follows the combatants of the World Warriors tournament on Shad, an isolated island with many different locales to simulate different countries and terrain. Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, and Guile investigate the tyrannical dictator M. Bison, whose criminal organization, Shadaloo, was responsible for the deaths of many of their loved ones and poses a serious threat to the world.

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The series follows the combatants of the World Warriors tournament on Shad, an isolated island with many different locales to simulate different countries and terrain. Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, and Guile investigate the tyrannical dictator M. Bison, whose criminal organization, Shadaloo, was responsible for the deaths of many of their loved ones and poses a serious threat to the world.
world. Bison is now the tournament champion on Shad, forcing all contenders to battle their way through the ranks before reaching him.



* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Bison's "Doll" drug can brainwash foes to make them serve him.

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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Bison's "Doll" drug can brainwash foes to make them serve him.him, [[spoiler:including Ken]].


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* ChekhovMIA: Ken is presumed dead after the opening battle with Bison's forces. Ryu discovers he's alive later on, [[spoiler:but he's then brainwashed by Bison]].


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* SheatheYourSword: [[spoiler:Ryu makes Ken return to his senses by refusing to attack him]].


''Street Fighter II: The Manga'' is a manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' first published in 1993 in Japan under the title ''Street Fighter II: Ryu''. It ran for 3 volumes. An English release was published in 1994, titled simply ''Street Fighter II''. It remained out of print for any years until UDON Comics rescued the series under its current title.

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''Street Fighter II: The Manga'' is a manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' first published in 1993 in Japan Japan, under the title ''Street Fighter II: Ryu''. It ran for 3 volumes. An English release was published in 1994, titled simply ''Street Fighter II''. It remained out of print for any many years until UDON Comics rescued the series in 2008 under its current title.

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''Street Fighter II: The Manga'' is a manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' first published in 1993 in Japan under the title ''Street Fighter II: Ryu''. It ran for 3 volumes. An English release was published in 1994, titled simply ''Street Fighter II''. It remained out of print for any years until UDON Comics rescued the series under its current title.

The series follows the combatants of the World Warriors tournament on Shad, an isolated island with many different locales to simulate different countries and terrain. Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, and Guile investigate the tyrannical dictator M. Bison, whose criminal organization, Shadaloo, was responsible for the deaths of many of their loved ones and poses a serious threat to the world.

This series is notable for giving a design and name to Ryu and Ken's master, Gouken, as well as pioneering the concept of Bison brainwashing people.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The manga elaborates on the story of the game, fleshing out characters' backstories and including subplots about brainwashing.
* AdaptationOriginConnection: In this series Bison is also responsible for murdering Ryu and Ken's mentor, while Vega killed Chun-Li's father.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Bison's "Doll" drug can brainwash foes to make them serve him.
* CanonForeigner: Ken is given another best friend in Cho, and Cho's old girlfriend Po-Lin and her little brother Wong-Mei.
* ClothingDamage: Vega's claw tears Chun-Li's dress, forcing her to fight with one hand holding up her clothes.
* StayInTheKitchen: Vega says this nearly word-for-word when battling Chun-Li.
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