Tue, 13 Dec 2011 01:31:00 GMT

Black Jack TV

Black Jack is an unlicensed doctor with a clouded, mysterious past. He works with his little assistant Pinoko, dealing with strange, dangerous medical cases. But he is a genius, and can save almost any of his patients' life, and is known to many around the world, especially to those of medicine and science. He's a man of science himself, and does not believe much until he has seen it, yet it is many times he is surprised by love and nature often overpowering the science he bases his life in.

Episode 2

Sharaku is a middle-schooler who is often bullied. One day, Pinoko saves him from Kong, a bully, and they become friends. Sharaku suddenly becomes gravely sick and Black Jack is called into the hospital to operate on him. However, a freak accident causes an IV needle to break off and be carried away in his vein.

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