Acid Suzuki is a delinquent at Ishiyama high. He is a common thug around Ishiyama and attempted to confront Tatsuya Himekawa only to have a mutiny against him. He is then shown to offer his services to Himekawa, but not without blunders.
Suzuki wears a black hoody and a variety of necklaces, which also become his gang member's attire. He has an X-shaped scar on his right cheek and has a bandage wrapped around his nose.
Suzuki is shown as brutal as any delinquent would be. He is shown to be aggressive towards Himekawa during his planned confrontation, but after Himekawa employs his entire gang, Suzuki puts his temporary loyalty under Himekawa. Suzuki also has a strange habit of using acid against his victims, this may be where his nickname is derived from.
Suzuki lead his gang to Himekawa's urban hideout to carryout an attack. Himekawa then asks him his trademark question of "How much...?" would it take to employ him for his services. At first, Suzuki is unfazed and orders his gang to attack, but his gang have mutually accepted the offer and turn on him. Himekawa orders him and his gang to kidnap Hilda under his own interests. Suzuki and his gang carry out the kidnapping to also having been forced to kidnap Takayuki Furuichi as a witness. Angered, Himkawa pummels him stating he only wanted Hilda.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
He is shown to be able to handle highly corrosive acids as he wields an acid gun, however, because of Himekawa's beating due to the kidnapping not going all according to plan, he is not seen using it.
Suzuki is first shown as aggressive towards Himekawa due to him being part of the Tōhōshinki, but after Himekawa buys his whole gang out, he serves under Himekawa with fear. In the anime, he is shown to offer his services whenever Himekawa is plotting against Oga, for a price of course.
Unnamed gang membersEdit
Suzuki had lead his own gang prior confronting Himekawa, but like him, the members were not loyal under their leader and would abandon him when they felt like it.
- He is the first character to have wielded a projectile weapon.