So, if he's called Geronimo, that means who ever plays him shouldn't do that Ringo Starr crap, right?
Oh, and by the way. Akaiwa is actually called Gobugari in the anime... and that's Kinkotsuman's great-grandmother, not his mother.
Right. He's a "Native American" indian. Or, to make it somewhat clearer in one word, and "Injun."
What's the deal with Akaiwa? He appears quite often in the anime with Skullduggery and Rocky Slab, but the latter two seem to be criminals, and he a police officer.
And I'm quite glad we've got you around-- We would've not known that the old skeletal woman wasn't Skullduggery's mother if not for you. Thanks!
Also, what's wrong with the name "Skullduggery?" The definition of "Skullduggery" is "dishonorable proceedings; mean dishonesty or trickery: bribery, graft; 2. an instance of dishonest or deceitful behavior; trick" Seems to fit the character just as well as "Bone and Tendons Man," and I support the removal of the '________ Man' kinnikustereotype for some of the more minor and less interesting characters that don't have much to go on apart from their name.
Granted, "Rocky Slab" for Iwao might not be perfect, but what does "Iwao" mean?