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- Name: Mr. Big (James Biggson)
- First appearance: Art of Fighting
- Other appearances: Art of Fighting 2, The King of Fighters '96, The King of Fighters XI, NeoGeo Battle Coliseum
- Birthplace: Australia
- Height: 6'2
- Weight: 180 lbs
- Blood Type: B
- Occupation: Crime, Mafia, leader of the Mob
- Age: 35 years old
- Likes: South Town, his luxury, hot women
- Dislikes: Late shipments, losing
Mr. Big (Romanji: ミスター・ビッグ or Mr. ビッグ) is the (canonwise) 'real' villain of the original Art of Fighting and the man responsible for the kidnapping of Ryo Sakazaki's sister Yuri. Although he works as the right-hand man for Southtowns kingpin of crime Geese Howard, he is constantly looking for ways to improve his position and dethrone him.
Story (in the KOF Orochi Saga)
When the 1996 King of Fighters tournament was announced, Geese Howard brought his right-hand man Mr. Big and his half-brother Wolfgang Krauser to form the famous Boss Team. This team consisted of the bosses of the Art of Fighting and Fatal Fury series, and thereby represented one of the (canonwise) most overpowered teams in the KOF history.
During the course of the KOF '96 tournament, Geese revealed that he was after the Orochi power guarded by the three sacred treasures. Enraged, Mr. Big had a sniper take a shot at Geese, but the plan failed, and Mr. Big bailed out. Big has not been seen since...
The King of Fighters '96
The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match