Heat Guy J chronicles the adventures of a Special Services officer named Daisuke Aurora (nicknamed "Dice") and his android partner known as "J". They live and work in the metropolis of ...
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Daisuke busts up a gang of hoods he sees assaulting a young man for money and comes to learn that the man he aided is Kia Freeborn, son of the famous Blues Dullia. Kia, however, harbors nothing but ...
An anonymous bomb threat is made on the Central Tower. Daisuke springs into action, heading to an old military base to ask about explosives being obtained from there and alone, J heads to a different...
When her house is burned to the ground by a mob family, Daisuke offers Monica a job at the Special Unit. Edmundo takes an immediate dislike to her, J acts as her surrogate father, and Daisuke learns ...
In the city of Oedo 2808 A.D., three Cyber criminals are given two choices, to either rot in jail or to join a special force of the Cyber Police to get possibly one more chance at freedom ... See full summary »
Heat Guy J chronicles the adventures of a Special Services officer named Daisuke Aurora (nicknamed "Dice") and his android partner known as "J". They live and work in the metropolis of Judoh. Dice had a strong sense of justice and his android partner has human qualities that make them a good match for fighting crime in the city.Written by
There are quite a number of structures in Judoh that resemble those found in New York City such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Chrysler Building. The City Safety Management Agency's Special Unit has their office in a Flatiron Building similar to the one found at the intersections of 23rd Street, 5th Avenue, and Broadway in Manhattan. See more »
At the very end of the last episode, the words "Good Bye" (in English) fill the screen. See more »
This must be one of the most underrated animes out there. From the first time I watched this show I was hooked. This show has pretty much everything you could ask for: several great lead characters ( banter thrown around between J and Daisuke is great.), great fights ( watching J tear other androids a new one never gets old), a whole unique world to explore, many subplots within the main plot, excellent voice acting. Some of the CGI is pretty good and J looks plain eerie when seen without skin, while others like Daisuke's motorcycle is excellent, you'll find it hard to find a better looking and feeling show this side of Cowboy Bebop!
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