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The catchphrase is often combined with an image of the lead character Kenshiro pointing at viewer, which has gained usage as a reaction image in arguments on image boards and discussion forums. Originally premiered in Japan in , the series Fist of the North Star centered around the protagonist Kenshiro, a master of the martial art style Hokuto Shinken. Unlike other martial art styles, Kenshiro's Hokuto Shinken attacked the opponent's body through pressure points. Upon unleashing his attack, including his signature move Hokuto Hyakuretsu-ken , his victims would be told that they were "already dead" before their bodies would erupt from the inside. On August 5th, , a page titled "You Are Already Dead" was created on TV Tropes ,  describing it as a martial arts trope involving finishing moves that have a delayed effect, including diagonal sword cuts, pressure point and ki attacks.
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According to Buronson, Kenshiro's character design was primarily based on the martial artist and actor Bruce Lee , combined with influences from the Mad Max film series. In the story, Kenshiro is the rightful successor of an ancient art of assassination called Hokuto Shinken , which allows Kenshiro to defeat his adversaries through use of hidden meridian points. Through the course of the original manga, Kenshiro fights against various ruffians who threaten the lives of the post-apocalyptic survivors, as well as numerous rival martial artists, including his three honorary brothers trained in the art of Hokuto Shinken. Kenshiro's famous catchphrase just prior to an enemy's death is "You are already dead.
Census Bureau, 2014 ACS. Numbers may not add up to 100 as they are rounded to the nearest whole number. Asian immigrants on average have much higher educational attainment than either all foreign- or U. The majority of immigrants from India (76 percent), Taiwan (70 percent), and Saudi Arabia and Singapore (68 percent each) were college graduates, compared to less than one-quarter of those from Vietnam (25 percent), and Cambodia and Laos (15 percent each).