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Dee Jay is a playable character from the Street Fighter series and was introduced as one of the four new characters in Super Street Fighter II (1993). He returned in the console ports Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998) and Super Street Fighter IV (2010) as well as in the remakes of SF II. in Street Fighter 6 (2023), Dee Jay is again playable and sports a new design with him being a bit older now.

Dee Jay is using Kickboxing as his fighting style and was developed by Capcom USA as the only SF character at that time. He was probably inspired by the Tae Bo creator and Kickboxer Billy Blanks. He is almost always smiling.


Dee Jay from the Street Fighter Games: an Overview

Charactername: Dee Jay    Developed /Created by Capcom
Gameseries: Street Fighter    First seen on: Arcades   
First Game: Super Street Fighter II    Year first seen in: 1993  
Last Game: Street Fighter 6 (2023)    Birthplace: Jamaica 
Role(s) and Characteristics: Fighting Game Character    Weapons or Martial Arts Style: Kickboxing 
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Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Dee Jay


Dee Jay SSFIV Super Street Fighter IV Art

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (2010)

Dee Jay SF Encyclopedia Art

SF World Warior Encyclopedia (2010)

Dee Jay SFA3 Street Fighter Alpha 3 Official Art

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)

Dee Jay SSFII Turbo Original Art Dee Jay Super Street Fighter II Turbo Official Art

Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994)

Dee Jay SSFII Original Art

Super Street Fighter II (1993)



Dee Jay in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects



Super Street Fighter II


Dee Jay was drawn as part of our Street Fighter  30th Anniversary Tribute in 2017



Selected Fan Art and Cosplay Photos of Dee Jay 

Dee Jay Sprite Art by FeLoLlop

Dee Jay Sprite Art

by FeloLop




Updates and Additions in Dee Jay’s Game Art Gallery and Character Overview

03.05.2017 – Added the Super Street Fighter II Illustrations of Dee Jay from our SF 30th Anniversary Art Collaboration