Big Eyes

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Mermaid Saga - Characters - Other Characters
... Big Eyes (大眼, Ōmanako?) Voiced by Daisuke Gōri (Japanese), Kyle Hebert (English) He was once a mortal, but he ate the flesh of a mermaid corpse he found lying on the beach in the hopes that he ... The transformation had caused his eyes to swell so he was called "Big Eyes" from then on ... Upon finding Mana and Big Eyes, a hunter who lost his left eye to Big Eyes 40 years ago attacks him ...
Mermaid Saga - TV Episode List
... A heavily bandaged man, Big Eyes, as nearby villagers call him, carries Mana to his cave ... That night when Mana awakens, Big Eyes tells her that she is safe ... The next morning Big Eyes tells Mana that long ago he lived in a fishing village ...
Pinetop Perkins - Selected Discography
... Ice Band 1992 On Top 1993 Portrait of a Delta Bluesman 1995 Live Top (with the Blue Flames) 1996 Eye to Eye (with Ronnie Earl, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith and Calvin “Fuzz” Jones) 1997 Born in ...
Big Eyes, Small Mouth - History - Ultimate Fan Guides
... Many anime series whose first RPG treatment was in the Ultimate Fan Guides series were also adapted to the d20 System edition of Big Eyes, Small Mouth ... The Slayers guides were adapted into a stand-alone d20 game under the title The Slayers d20 ...

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