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Julius Kondratyev
Julius Kondratyev

City Hunter

Ryo casually sitting on the hood with his jacket to the wind shows just how fearless our hero is. Proudly packing his trusted .357 Magnum, his enemies had better watch out for the city hunter !Equipped with a rocket launcher and sitting on a box of ammunition, Kaori shows that she is not to be messed with either.The Mini Cooper is definitely a memorable part of the manga and can be seen here as a third character in itself.Riddled with bullets, a flat tire, such damage telling the story of the scene that just happened. The lights are equipped with LEDs and make for an amazing light-up feature. The street lamp lights up as well.As usual with Oniri, the skin parts were cast in a semi-translucent resin offering a deeper sense of realism, and giving life to the characters. The same kind of resin was used for the smoke parts, as we find the effect much better than when using opaque resin.

City Hunter

Ryo Saeba works the streets of Tokyo as the City Hunter. He's a "sweeper" and with his sidekick Kaori Makimura, he keeps the city clean. People hire the City Hunter to solve their dangerous problems, which he does with a Colt Python. When Ryo's not working on a case, he's working on getting the ladies, and Kaori must keep him in check with her trusty 10 kg hammer.

Private detective Ryo Saeba is the city "sweeper" who is always found chasing beautiful girls while ridding Tokyo of crime, along with his associate or partner, Hideyuki Makimura. Their "City Hunter" business is an underground jack-of-all-trades operation, contacted by writing the letters "XYZ" on a blackboard at Shinjuku Station.

City HunterBiographical InformationRankYoung Blood (formerly)[1]Blooded[1]AffiliationLost TribeStatusDeceased as of July 8th[2] 1997[3]Physical DescriptionSpeciesYautjaGenderMale[4]Height7'8 (2.33 m)Hair colorBlackOther InformationNotable factsKilled numerous LA gang members, including King Willie.Wiped out an OWLF taskforce.Portrayed byKevin Peter HallR. David Smith[5]Hal Rayle (voice)The "City Hunter",[6] also known as "Ghost",[citation needed] was a Yautja from the Lost Tribe that conducted a Hunt in the city during the heatwave and gang war of 1997. He eventually came into conflict with both a government taskforce (The OWLF) attempting to capture him and veteran LAPD Detective Lieutenant Mike Harrigan. The City Hunter was killed in close-quarters combat by Harrigan, who wielded City Hunter's own smart disc, aboard his Mother Ship hidden beneath the city. His body was collected by his brethren and taken off-planet.

In 1997, the newly Blooded City Hunter joined the Lost Tribe for his first off-world hunt on Earth. When they arrived other members scattered across the globe to hunt, Elder Greyback decided to leave the final hunt on the planet to test his skills in the concrete jungle of Los Angeles, thinking that the ongoing drug war would provide him challenging targets. Under the watch of the Elder and his seniors, the eager to prove himself young Yautja,[1] was ready to stalk and kill the multitude of armed citizens the city had to offer, starting with a large group of thugs from the Colombian Scorpions cartel while taking interest in a certain individual who skillfully fought multitudes of criminals, before bursting into their stronghold as they retreated from the LAPD and slaughtering them all single-handedly. Deeming his prey unworthy, the City Hunter left the bodies strewn across the room, although at least one victim was left hanging from the building's rafters and later collected as a trophy. On the building's roof, the City Hunter first encountered Detective Lieutenant Harrigan, but he did not attempt to attack him.

The City Hunter developed a great respect for Harrigan, whom he considered to be a great "warrior", and decided to hunt the detective out.[7] The Predator began following him, studying his behavior and customs. After Harrigan met with Jamaican Voodoo Posse leader King Willie to discuss the brutal killings in the city, the City Hunter struck again, decapitating Willie despite his attempts to fight the creature off with a rapier. The Predator took his skull back to the hunting party's ship to be a trophy on the wall, believing him to be a worthy opponent.

After stalking Harrigan to the cemetery where Archuleta had been buried and leaving Archuleta's necklace there for Harrigan to find, the creature decided that killing Harrigan's colleagues would infuriate the detective and make the final hunt more challenging and exciting.[8] Consequently, he attacked Detectives Jerry Lambert and Leona Cantrell as they attempted to break up an armed confrontation on the city's subway. While Leona was spared when the Predator discovered she was pregnant, several armed civilians were killed, as was Jerry, who, considered as worthy as well, had his skull and spine torn from his body. Harrigan soon arrived at the scene and gave chase to the Predator, finally losing him when Keyes' goons intercepted him as he neared the city's slaughterhouse district. The City Hunter climbed the nearby Eastern Columbia Building and presented Jerry's skull as a trophy to the world, attracting a bolt of lightning with his Combistick.

When the City Hunter subsequently returned to a slaughterhouse that he had been using as a source of food during his time in the city, he was ambushed by Peter Keyes and his OWLF team, who sought to capture the creature alive for study. Despite the advanced equipment being used by Keyes' team to shield their body heat from the Predator's sight, the City Hunter quickly adapted, using his alternative vision modes to expose the light coming from the team's ultraviolet torches. He quickly decimated the team with his Combistick, Plasmacaster, and Wristblades, before finally dueling a heavily armed Harrigan, who had also arrived on the scene. Despite its Plasmacaster being destroyed, taking several shotgun blasts to the abdomen, chest, and leg, and being temporarily incapacitated, the City Hunter destroyed Harrigan's shotgun, before slicing Keyes in two with his Smart Disc, and then continued the fight with the police officer on the building's roof.

While he is a skilled hunter, he is also still young and overconfident. As his hunt in Los Angeles progressed he became overzealous, carelessly attacking and eliminating any armed humans he encountered, whether the targets were worthy or not. His erratic behavior draw the attention of the CIA and the evidences of his presence he left behind allowed them to track him down. Greyback was so concerned by the young Yautja's unnecessary killing spree that he almost sent Warrior to take him back, only his death prevented this to happen.[1]

City Hunter then found the ferocious turf war and sweltering heatwave in the city, in which he uses the chaos as an advantage to stalk and hunt some armed individuals whom may be worthy for his hunt, including the Columbian Scorpion gang who were retreating back for their stronghold. Unfortunately for him, only one of them proved worthy as he silently took one of his killed victims and took his skull as a trophy while leaving the rest hanging upside down. Also, whilst still cloaking, he found Mike Harrigan and his friends cornered El Scorpio who had gone mad by the previous fight with him. El Scorpio loses control and almost gets shot from behind by City Hunter, only to be stopped by Harrigan who shot him back where the process caused him to fall to his death.

Harrigan soon arrived at the scene and gave chase to the Predator, but losing him when Keyes' goons intercepted him as he neared the city's slaughterhouse district. The City Hunter climbed the nearby Eastern Columbia Building and presented Jerry's skull as a trophy to the world, attracting a bolt of lightning with his Combistick.As Keyes revealed City Hunter's proposed origin to Harrigan, City Hunter returned to a slaughterhouse he uses as a source of food during his time in the city. His said visit was interrupted by Keyes and his OWLF team who activated some sprinkles that sprays water mixed with the radioactive material which jammed his cloaking device and interfered with his thermal vision mode. Though it appeared City Hunter had disadvantages as his enemies wore special suits that both protected them from hazardous material and hide their signature heat, the predator, recalled on how Dutch defeated and outsmart Jungle Hunter in the past, quickly switches to various vision modes until he found a vision mode that exposes the light coming from their ultraviolet torches. With his, he eluded and tricked OWLF team to gather in one spot and performed counterattacks with his Combistick, Plasma Caster, and Wrist Blades. 041b061a72


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