Bolt Crank is known as the World's Greatest Mercenary. Probably because he's loyal and follow his jobs through. But maybe it's his special power that makes him unique. He can eat just about... See full summary »
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Bolt Crank is known as the World's Greatest Mercenary. Probably because he's loyal and follow his jobs through. But maybe it's his special power that makes him unique. He can eat just about everything and reform it through his hand for later use. The 12 episode show follows Bolt in several of his missions as he uses his unique abilities to complete his jobs, all done in beautiful graphic detail and action. Written by
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Out of all the anime series I've seen, this is one of the best out there. It consists of twelve episodes and it's centered around perhaps one of the best mercenary characters in any anime series. Bolt Crank (Okay, its a goofy name!) can eat metal objects and later produce them in his right hand, hence the name of the series Eat-Man. He also seems to show little emotion, though he sticks up for the underdogs.
Although its a bit confusing at first, the series as a whole is full of action, suspense, and surprise as Bolt's relationships with others take strange twists...
If you like this series, I'd seriously suggest another one called Cowboy Bebop. Many similarities between the two.
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