Characters who may or may not be fat that regularly eat enough for an entire football team, often devastating the whole table — and sometimes entire restaurants in their insatiable hunger. Often with a speed-eating technique that makes food seem to vanish spontaneously from the plate. Primarily a comedy trope , a common sight gag with these kinds of characters in cartoons or anime is having piles upon piles of plates and bowls stack up as the character chows down. Extreme Omnivores and people with eating related powers tend to be Big Eaters by default. Large characters, such as the Big Fun and Boisterous Bruiser , tend to be this trope. However, Big Eaters who remain thin despite their habits are considered the best examples. Don't interrupt a Big Eater's meal, or worse, try to steal his or her food , as this is a very good way to piss the character off Although it's often Played for Laughs , serious examples and deconstructions are known to exist.
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The anime series was produced by Nippon Animation and Animax , and premiered in Japan on Animax between September 11, and September 10, , spanning a total of 52 episodes. Animax later aired the series across its other networks worldwide, including its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia , and its other networks, including Hong Kong , Taiwan , Latin America and numerous other regions. German -based sportswear brand Puma were the commercial sponsors for the anime series, with many of the clothing and sportsgear sporting Puma's brand. After Seisuke left Japan to sign with Italian powerhouse A. While developing the manga, Takahashi also contacted Nippon Animation to make an anime series at the same time. Despite being based on the Hungry Heart , Takahashi stated that the two would be highly different. Satoshi Saga directed the series while Ken'ichi Imaizumi was in charge of characters designs which were significantly different from the ones from the manga. The series aired in Japan in Animax between September 11, and September 10, , spanning a total of 52 episodes.