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* {{Shotacon}}: In the original manga, Watou is in love with Sharaku despite him being much younger.


* CoatCape: Sharaku gets one of these when his SuperpoweredEvilSide comes into play. In the anime, his coat changes from blue to black.





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''Mitsume ga Tooru'', or ''The Three-Eyed One'', is a manga series created by OsamuTezuka, about a gentle little bald boy called Hosuke Sharaku who happens to have a third eye hidden under a bandage, which, when revealed, brings him to a SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thus, he is both the hero and the villain in his own series. He is followed around by an older girl, Chiyoko Watou, who tries to keep him in check.

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''Mitsume ga Tooru'', or ''The Three-Eyed One'', is a manga series created by OsamuTezuka, Creator/OsamuTezuka, about a gentle little bald boy called Hosuke Sharaku who happens to have a third eye hidden under a bandage, which, when revealed, brings him to a SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thus, he is both the hero and the villain in his own series. He is followed around by an older girl, Chiyoko Watou, who tries to keep him in check.


A manga series created by OsamuTezuka, about a gentle little bald boy called Hosuke Sharaku who happens to have a third eye hidden under a bandage, which, when revealed, brings him to a SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thus, he is both the hero and the villain in his own series. He is followed around by an older girl, Chiyoko Watou, who tries to keep him in check.

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A ''Mitsume ga Tooru'', or ''The Three-Eyed One'', is a manga series created by OsamuTezuka, about a gentle little bald boy called Hosuke Sharaku who happens to have a third eye hidden under a bandage, which, when revealed, brings him to a SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thus, he is both the hero and the villain in his own series. He is followed around by an older girl, Chiyoko Watou, who tries to keep him in check.


Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''Manga/BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.

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Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem [[ReusedCharacterDesign Star System]] and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''Manga/BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.


Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''Manga/BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''[[AstroBoyOmegaFactor Astro Boy: Omega Factor]]'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.

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Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''Manga/BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''[[AstroBoyOmegaFactor Astro Boy: Omega Factor]]'' ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.



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Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''[[AstroBoyOmegaFactor Astro Boy: Omega Factor]]'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.

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Sharaku is a regular of Tezuka's StarSystem and him and Watou often appear in other works by Tezuka, including the later ''BlackJack'' ''Manga/BlackJack'' anime series (where Watou is her big sister). He usually keeps his bandage in those appearance. When without his bandage, he is a villain, such as in the video game ''[[AstroBoyOmegaFactor Astro Boy: Omega Factor]]'' where he is the EvilOverlord of the Mu empire.

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