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Total Listed: 9
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Solar Blaze Mega Man - #6 - CapcomSolar Blaze is Solar Man's special weapon in Mega Man 10. It splits apart and launches firebombs to the front and back after a set period of time, which look like two fire blasts. It is effective against enemies that cannot be attacked from the front, like Shield Attackers, and can hit two enemies between the player. It can be used to break some blocks.
Chun Li - #11 - Street FighterAs the first female fighter of the series, Chun-Li made her first appearance in 1991 as a playable character in Street Fighter II. Since her debut, Chun-Li has become one of Street Fighters most popular characters, appearing in nearly all installments of the series. Strong, determined, and tactical, Chun-Li continues to be a fan favorite in the franchise.
Ryu - #12 - Street FighterOften recognized as one of the leaders of the Street Fighter series, Ryu premiered in the very first Street Fighter game in 1987. Ryu is humble, silent, and respectful—his drive to improve himself and his sense of justice keeps him grounded. With the help of his friends and rivals, Ryu continues to seek his next challenge.
Ken - #16 - Street FighterAs both the best friend and rival of his former sparring partner Ryu, Ken Masters is a hero in his own right. Ken premiered in the very first Street Fighter game in 1987 as the only other playable character besides Ryu. He has long been part of the Street Fighter franchise and continues to be one of the most popular and recognizable characters in the series.
Akuma - #17 - Street FighterAfter making his debut in Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Akuma has become a recognizable and powerful villain in the Street Fighter franchise. Akuma continues to appear in subsequent titles and has been featured as a hidden boss and secret character. He is often depicted with dark red hair, glowing eyes, and large prayer beads around his neck.
Cammy - #21 - Street FighterWith her signature blonde braided pigtails and red beret, Cammy White first appeared in Super Street Fighter II. Often referred to by her codename Killer Bee, Cammy is a determined fighter with a strong sense of justice. Cammy, the deadly assassin, is the second female character in the Street Fighter series, after Chun-Li.
M. Bison - #22 - Street FighterM. Bison, originally a non-playable boss in Street Fighter II, is an unapologetic dictator and megalomaniac seeking world domination. Both ruthless and unforgiving, M. Bison has no problem destroying anyone who stands in his way. As the leader of the crime syndicate known as Shadaloo, he demands unwavering loyalty from his subordinates.
Hot Ryu - #23 - Street FighterOften recognized as one of the leaders of the Street Fighter series, Ryu premiered in the very first Street Fighter game in 1987. In Street Fighter V, Ryu premiered his stylish black beard, shaggy hair, and white tattered karate pants. Still humble and respectful, Ryu continues his training and possesses a strong sense of justice.
Evil Ryu - #39 - Street Fighter - Event and pdp.com exclusiveFirst appearing in Street Fighter Alpha 2, Evil Ryu has succumbed to Satsui no Hado and is ruled by an uncontrollable rage. Recognized by the hole burned in his chest and his bright red eyes, Evil Ryu possesses a cold and dangerous personality. Evil Ryu is obsessed with fighting a worthy opponent and will commit whatever brutal act necessary to win.

Light Up Your World With Pixel Pals Fun to Collect and Display Pixel Pals are collectible pixel-art renditions of your favorite iconic characters! Pop in a couple AAA batteries and you’re all set. Choose your favorite character from beloved franchises or collect them all! Each Pixel Pal box is individually numbered for collectability.



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