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|Team||Mina Hazuki, Yōko Sawasaki, Misaki Kirihara|
|Behind The Scenes|
|First Seen||Season 2, Episode 1|
|Last Seen||Season 2, Episode 12|
|Japanese Voice||Kenta Miyake|
|English Voice||Newton Pittman|
Genma has black hair, sideburns and a beard covering his chin only. He usually wears a business suit and brown overcoat.
Genma, in contrast to Mina Hazuki and much like his second mission partner, Yōko Sawasaki, is a Contractor with a rather jovial disposition. He is often at odds with Mina, who sees him to be a pervert among other things, but he doesn't tend to mind much. He has on occasion made comments about finding children attractive.
Material Manipulation/Absorption: Genma's ability allows him to form defensive or offensive weapons, through the construction of an entire or partial suit of armor, created out of a variety of materials. To do so he must firstly make physical contact with the object he wishes to manipulate. He tends to favour materials such as metal and concrete, effectively employing their resistive properties to substantially enhance his own defensive capabilities, to the extent that protecting from bullets is of little hassle. This form of manipulation also possesses offensive augmentations, by dramatically increasing the impactive force of his punches, to where they can easily crush an opponent.
Obeisance: His remuneration is a form of incense related aromatherapy or a kind of moxibustion, which is performed by another person lighting numerous piles of incense upon his back.
Part in the StoryEdit
Along with Mina Hazuki and Yōko Sawasaki, he listens in on a radio conversation between July, April and August 7 as April tries to escape from a Russian raid on Mikhail Pavlichenko's house. He later finds Suou Pavlichenko running away from Mina's battle with Hei, but is pounced upon by Mao and has a bin thrown over his head by Suou before she escapes. Soon after Mina retreats from her battle with Hei, he is kissed by Mina, as her remuneration requires it. Genma doesn't mind, but is stung by Mina's remark of washing his taste out when asked why she kissed Yōko. He follows Hei and Suou's trail later, and runs into a group of Russian soldiers led by Gozlov, and he massacres them using a suit of improvised armor made by his Contractor ability made from rubble, killing Gozlov last.
When Hei is trapped by anti-Contractor devices, he and Yōko observe from a nearby can. However, the devices overload and Suou escapes with Hei. They fail to capture him, but Genma nonetheless finishes off the barely alive August 7. Later, Yōko assists him with his obeisance, while an irritated Mina watches on. They later track Hei and Suou to a train station, where Genmae commandeers a train and drives it into another, causing a giant fuel explosion. He is later disarmed when Suou fires at him, blocking the bullet just in time with gauntlets created from steel siphoned from another train.
At Section 3's headquarters, Kobayashi introduces Misaki Kirihara to them, who is under the alias of Ichinose Yayoi. He gives her a wanted poster of Hei and mentions that he is traveling with Shion Pavlichenko. Genma is present when Kobayashi informs Misaki about a mission to escort Izanami from Sapporo. He points out that there is a reason they cannot be careless, alluding to BK-201 being spotted in the area. At the research facility, Misaki gives a mission briefing to the team. Genma expresses displeasure at the situation, saying that they should fight it out with BK-201, only to be shot down by Mina.
The plan successfully traps Hei in a truck driven by Genma, who takes Hei away from Izanami's destination at the port. He eventually stops and battles Hei using an entire truck as makeshift armor. During the fight, he reveals to Hei that Izanami is in fact Yin. Upon hearing this, Hei flees the fight by hitching a ride on a civilian car. Genma tries to pursue him, but to his despair, notices that the truck is too damaged to drive.
Some time later, he vistis Misaki at the Observatory where she contemplates calling Kanami Ishizaki, but decides against it. Genma appears and tells her that it is for the best as the phone lines are tapped and it would have caused trouble for Kanami. He then notes that he thought Misaki would be trawling through archives and proposes that they work together to find out what is going on in Section 3. He later visits Misaki in a cafe, shrugging off suggestions that he is stalking her and tells her about Izanami's supposed power. He asks what they want to do after capturing Izanami, puzzling Misaki, before denying that he was referring to Section 3. He then asks Misaki to give him something in return.
During a meeting with Kobayashi and Misaki, he is angered that Izanami's new location is being hidden from them. Kobayashi reveals that the location is kept to a very small number of people who have their memories of it erased to preserve the secret. Upon leaving the room, Genma resolves to find out who knows Izanami's location. When Misaki discovers that information has been leaked about Mina and Yōko's trip to Haneda airport they rush to the airport where they witnesses Hei capturing and escaping with Yōko. He chases Hei by truck, but fails to reach him when a plane passes directly in front of him. After Misaki is informed by Kobayashi that Hei escaped by boat, Genma tells her that Kobayashi used the Doll system. He claims that it is also used to monitor her, after which Misaki abandons him at the airport car park.
Genma later arrives at the location where Yōko was taken by Hei, where he interrogates and kills her. He subsequently complains to an unknowing Kobayashi that, although one of their own team members has been murdered, they choose to do nothing, but upon Misaki imparting information about Izanami and Izanagi, Kobayashi sends Genma, Misaki, Mina, a handful of armed troops and a trio of assisting Contractors to where Suou, Mikhail Pavlichenko and Mao are: the Sunshine Aquarium.
He briefly confronts the three personally, attempting to convince Suou and Mikhail to come quietly, but Mikahil wards him off with a pistol. However, as the trio attempt to escape to another building, a Contractor with an ability similar to Luco's gravely wounds Mikhail with a spear formed from wind, and, as a result of them being slowed down due to Mikhail's injury, Genma catches up to them, clad in a suit formed from rubble. He challenges Suou, who summons her rifle and uses it to blow several large holes in Genma and chip away more of his armor, but the shells do not prove to be an obstacle for him, even after suffering a shot directly through his upper torso.
After withstanding Suou's barrage, he slams her into a pillar and repairs himself by fusing more rubble to his body. He prevents Suou from reaching her rifle, dangling her by the waist, but she throws a handful of dust into his revealed eye. He recovers, but Suou shoots him in the head, seemingly killing him. However, moments later, he reveals himself to be unharmed and alive due to the heavily reinforced concrete slowing down the bullet, and due to the suit bracing his neck to prevent it from being broken, and is about to destroy Mikhail's corpse when he is interrupted by John Smith.
Later it is revealed by Kobayashi to Misaki and Mina, after the latter's confrontation with Hei, that Hei did not kill Yōko. Instead, Kobayashi reveals that Genma, who is a double agent for the CIA, is the real killer. Consequently, Mina engages him in battle and he is later seen dead, killed by Mina forcing her bokken through his right eye.
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 2
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 3
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 1
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 4
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 5
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 6
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 7
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 8
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 9
- ↑ Gemini of the Meteor, Episode 10
|v • e||Contractors|
|Known Contractors:||Abigail Croft • Alma • Amagiri • Amber • Amitabh Kapoor • April • August 7 • Bai • Bertha • Black Dandelion • Brita • Dale • Dash • Genma Shizume • Goran • Harvest • Havoc • Hei • Ilya Sokoloff • Itzhak • Jean • Luc • Louis • Mai Kashiwagi • Maki • Mao • Michiru • Mina Hazuki • Musik • Nick Hillman • November 11 • Parcel • Paul • Rubber Band Contractor • Shihoko Kishida • Shion Pavlichenko • Suou Pavlichenko • Tanya Akulova • Top-rope • Xiao Brothers • Xiao Jie • Wei Zhijun • Xi-Qi|
|Related Articles:||Contractors • Heaven's Gate • Hell's Gate • List of Abilities • Messier Code • Moratoria • Obeisance|
|v · e||Section 3|
|Contractors:||Genma Shizume • Michiru • Mina Hazuki • Mai Kashiwagi • Shihoko Kishida|
|Humans:||Misaki Kirihara • Goro Kobayashi • Yōko Sawasaki|
|v · e||CIA|
|Contractors:||Hei (former) • Nick Hillman • Genma Shizume|
|Humans:||John Smith • Corinna Moku • Oreille|