|Height||6'0 ½" (184 cm)|
|Weight||203 lbs (92 kg)|
|Debut||Super Street Fighter II|
|English Voice Actor||Chris Cain|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Kenji Hamada|
Dee Jay is a playable character from Street Fighter series. He made his first appearance in Super Street Fighter II as one of the four "New Challengers".
The Legacy of Dee JayEdit
- Super Street Fighter II (1993)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994)
- Hyper Street Fighter II (2003-2004)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (2008)
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998-2011)
- Super Street Fighter IV (2010-2011)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
Dee Jay wears orange loose drawstring pants with black sides and yellowish-white lettering that reads "MAXIMUM" and orange sparring gloves. His hairstyle is a braided mohawk with a letter "M" on each side of his head which stands for "MAXIMUM", Dee Jay is also seen in the anime movie and some art to be wearing a Caribbean chain necklace. Dee Jay's pants originally said "MANTIS" but since his right sprite is merely a mirror image of his left, the "N" and "S" would be reversed, so it was changed to "MAXIMUM".
Dee Jay is generally a kind-spirited, cheerful, happy-go-lucky man who loves fighting, dancing and composing music rhythms. His conduct is very clear in most of his in-game poses, artworks and pictures where he is always seen sporting a huge smile and a thumbs-up hand gesture. Dee Jay tends to always see the positive side of everything in life, constantly displaying a highly happy mood and rarely getting upset, angry or sad, even under the ugliest circumstances. However, despite this laid-back attitude, Dee Jay does not tolerate belligerents who make trouble at his performances, literally kicking them out if necessary.
Dee Jay's theme is a SSFIV remix of his classic theme from Super Street Fighter II.
- Dee Jay is the only character in the series to be designed by Capcom USA. He was designed by James Goddard, who modeled Dee Jay after martial arts film star and Tae Bo creator, Billy Blanks. Dee Jay's braided mohawk also resembles Blanks's role as Khan in The King of the Kickboxers.
- The M-shaped bald spots on Dee Jay's head do not appear in SSFIV.