Four Heavenly Kings (disambiguation)
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The Four Heavenly Kings are the Buddhist protective deities.
Four Heavenly Kings may also refer to:
Groups of four people
- Kōdōkan Shitennō, 講道館四天王, notable judo competitors of the early Kōdōkan
- Shitennō (Minamoto clan), 四天王, retainers of Minamoto no Yorimitsu
- Shitennō (Tokugawa clan), 徳川四天王, Japanese generals
- Four Heavenly Kings (Hong Kong), namely Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Leon Lai and Aaron Kwok
- Four Heavenly Kings (Taiwan), four Buddhists masters who founded prominent Buddhist organizations in Taiwan
Groups of four fictional characters
- Shiten'ou, from the anime Sailor Moon
- The Spice Boys are a collective of antagonists called 魔族四天王 (Mazoku Shitennō, lit. "Four Heavenly Kings of the Demon Clan") in the anime Dragonball Z.
- Shitennō (The Four Generals of Mutsu), the four leaders of a large dog pack in the manga and anime Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin
- The Four Heavenly Kings or Grand Masters of Shadaloo in the Street Fighter video game series
- The Elite Four, literally translated as Four Heavenly Kings, any of various teams of four Pokémon trainers in the Pokémon meta-series
- The Big Four, sometimes translated as the Four Heavenly Kings from the manga and anime Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
- The Four Heavenly Kings / Four Guardians of Neo Arcadia from the Mega Man Zero (series)
- The Four Heavenly Kings, in Ultraman Mebius, an association composed of 4 of the franchise's most powerful aliens
- The Four Heavenly Kings of Orochi from The King of Fighters
- Four Heavenly Kings is a group of four powerful Bishoku-ya in the anime/manga Toriko
- The Elite Four, officially translated into English from Shitennō, from the anime Kill la Kill
- The Heavenly Kings, a 2006 film directed by Daniel Wu
- Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings, a 2018 film directed by Tsui Hark
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