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Dan Hibiki is a character from Capcom's Street Fighter series of fighting games. Dan is consistently portrayed as an arrogant, overconfident, and utterly feeble character in many of the games he is featured in, and he is widely considered to be the comic relief of the series because of his over-the-top poses, battle cries, and overall weak moveset.
In essence, Dan is considered to be a joke character. In his most recent appearance in the home versions of Street Fighter IV, however, his moves have been slightly upgraded in order to be balanced with those of the other characters. He is an arrogant, overconfident, and utterly feeble self-taught martial artist who runs a failing dojo.
He is voiced in Japanese by Osamu Hosoi in all of his game appearances, with the only exceptions being Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter X Tekken, and in English by Ted Sroka, who has voiced him since Street Fighter IV.
His other voices in Japanese include Kazuyuki Ishikawa in Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation, and Toshiyuki Kusada in Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter X Tekken, and he was voiced by the late Bob Papenbrook in the English version of Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Other Media
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Navigation
Street Fighter Alpha
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Street Fighter IV
Street Fighter V
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
In Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Dan appears as a secret character.
Street Fighter X Tekken
SNK Vs. Capcom
Marvel Vs. Capcom
Super Smash Bros.
- He is a blatant knock-off of Ryu because SNK's Ryo Sakazaki also is one; likewise, his ponytail is a parody of the one that SNK's Robert Garcia has.
- His version of Hadoken is an absurdly short-range one, to the point where it can easily disappear before he even finishes saying its name.
- While his versions of Hadoken and Shoryuken are blatant copies of Ryu's, his version of Tatsumaki Senpukyaku actually is a very unique one.
Street Fighter Universe
Rival Schools Universe
Asura's Wrath Universe