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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
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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