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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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 »
A Great Series in memory of Bob Papenbrook,and Tony Pope
When I got into it:
When I first checked out the trailer of this show on one of my Pioneer Anime,I had to decide if I wanted to get this show or not. When I learned that the company that made it went under,I had to buy it,and I did.
When I bought it:
When I bought the entire collection from RightStuf.com,I loved it. It was the best,and never seen anything like it. The action in this show is excellent,and intense.
My favorite characters in this show are:Daisuke,J,Boma, and the 3 girls Cynthia, Janis, and Vivian.
Meaning of the show:
What is series is also tells us is that having a partner through tough times can be helpful,and we must rely on one another.I do believe that Daisuke,and J make a good team,and of course having Boma on their team as an ally.
Bob Papenbrook,and Tony Pope:
I also want to dedicate this series in memory of Bob Papenbrook,the voice of J. He was a great man for doing this series.And I will also dedicate this series in memory of Tony Pope.
So in closing,if you want to see something good,then see this show.It's the best.
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