I haven't finished reading the article (still on page 2), but why does it say "(This roster excludes characters that only appear in Garou: Mark of the Wolves)" in the first page? You included characters that only appeared in Wild Ambition, why not for MotW? *edit* Ok I see, you included the full roster on its page
On the second page it says this: " If this reminds you of the first Street Fighter, than that was obviously what SNK was going for. " It should be then, not than.
Third page: "A port was released for Gameboy that lacks plane switching, has completely redrawn graphics with SD character sprites" No pics of the GB version were included *sad face*
Seventh page also has no pics of the GB version *double sad face*
Eight page: "The big addition is that Alfred is now a playable characters " -s
Eleventh page: "you can perform Feint Moves " This is a 'just in case' note, but isn't 'Faint'?
On the same page, at the bottom: "among the few SNK bosses who does not suffer frm SNK Boss Syndrome"
In Geese Howard's bio it is mentioned that he "dresses like a Japanese karate fighter." He is actually dressed more like an Aikido practitioner.
If you check out the official Garou 15th Anniversary site (www.garou15th.com/character/geese.php) you will see that Geese's style is listed as "Kobujutsu" (古武術) which is literally translated as "ancient martial arts." This refers to the genesis of Japanese battle field martial arts, which was closer to ju-jutsu than, say, karate.
Just wanted to mention this, as not many fighting games have characters that use ju-jutsu/judo/aikido/aiki-jutsu, so Geese is pretty unique.