Eat-man: Second Course

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Viz Communications, 1998 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
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Bolt Crank is known as Eat-Man for his ability to eat everything from guns to radios to swords with a chaser of gasoline and then transform the flesh of his arm into the things he's consumed. Not entirely a superhero, fantasy, or science fiction story, Eat-Man features the kind of genre-mixing wackiness found only in Japanese manga.

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Yoshitomi is an up and coming manga artist who works for Japanese publisher Mediaworks.

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