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Heroman, Vol. 1
The cover of Heroman, Vol. 1
Genre Mecha
Author Stan Lee
Illustrator Tamon Ohta
Publisher Square Enix, Gangan Comics
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Monthly Shōnen Gangan
Original run September 2009 – ongoing
TV anime
Director Hitoshi Nanba
Studio Bones
Network TV Tokyo
Original run April 1, 2010 (2010-04-01) – ongoing
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Heroman (ヒーローマン Hīrōman?, stylized as HEROMAN) is a manga and upcoming anime produced by Bones and created by Marvel Comics' Stan Lee.[1][2] Published in Monthly Shōnen Gangan beginning in September 2009, the anime is scheduled to premiere on April 1, 2010, on TV Tokyo and related stations.[3]



Orphaned American boy Joey wants to make a better life for himself and his grandmother in the West Coast city of Central City, believing that becoming a hero will solve all of their problems. His hopes rise when he hears of a new toy robot. However, all he can get is a broken down model abandoned by rich kid and school bully Nick. When he fixes it, he is surprised when it comes to life as Heroman.[4]


Joey (ジョーイ Jōi?)
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu
The protagonist and owner of Heroman.
Heroman (ヒーローマン Hīrōman?)
A giant robot controlled by Joey to fight monsters.
Psy (サイ Sai?)
Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura
Joey's best friend and classmate.
Lina (リナ Rina?)
Voiced by: Mayu Obata
One of Joey's classmates.
Denton (デントン?)
Voiced by: Chō
Joey's science teacher and an alien otaku.
Vera (ヴェラ?)
Voiced by: Naomi Shindō
Joey's mathematics teacher.
Will (ウィル Wiru?)
Voiced by: Makoto Yasumura
Lina's brother and an American football player at school.
Nick (ニック Nikku?)
Voiced by: Akio Suyama
A spoiled rich boy who is Joey's school rival. He throws out the toy robot that becomes Heroman.
Gogol (ゴゴール Gogōru?)
Voiced by: Unshō Ishizuka
The cockroach-like leader of the evil Scrag (スクラッグ Sukuraggu?) aliens that Denton has been trying to contact.


The series' music is composed by "METALCHICKS" and "MUSIC HEROES". The opening theme is "Roulette" performed by Tetsuya of L'Arc-en-Ciel and the ending theme is "CALLING" performed by FLOW.


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