Buzz, as he appears in the manga.
|Name in Kanji||バズ・ハーン|
|Name in Romaji||Bazu Hān|
|Fighting Style||Nanto Sōyō Ken|
|Family||Gill Harn (brother)|
|Appearances||Manga (ch. 145-148), Anime (ep. 114-116)|
Sōta Arai (Shin Hokuto Musou)
- Buzz Harn (バズ・ハーン Bazu Hān )
- Together with his brother, Gill (ギル Giru ), Buzz makes up the infamous Harn Bros., two dangerous fighters who were captured by the bounty hunter Ein through luck and wit (ironically they would later be released by Ein and Kenshirō).
- They are masters of Nanto Sōyō Ken (南斗双鷹拳, "South Dipper Twin Hawk Fist"), a double-team style which focuses on combined aerial attacks, and they hold a grudge against Falco for killing several Nanto masters. They fight Falco together in the name of Nanto but are easily defeated. Buzz resorts to detonating a decommissioned nuclear mortar in a failed attempt to take Falco's life and sacrifices himself in the process.
- Buzz is modelled after professional wrestler Michael "Hawk" Hegstrand, one half of the Road Warriors tag-team, with his brother Gill modelled after the other, Joseph "Animal" Laurinaitis.
- Buzz's name varies depending on the source. In the Jump Comics edition of the manga, Ein initially refers to him as Bazu (バズ) on Vol. 17, Page 32. However, the rest of the book refers to him as Hazu (ハズ) on pages 97-99 and 103, which was the name used for the anime adaptation. The later Kanzenban edition replaced every instance of ハズ with バズ. Shin Hokuto Muso uses the name バズ.
- A promotional pamphlet for the 2006 movie Raō Den: Jun'ai no Shō incorrectly referred to him as Kai, which is the name of another character.