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Michael Heinz (ミケール・ハインツ) was an artistic wunderkind in Germany during the 1930s. Heinz was so gifted that by age 10 he already began composing the beginnings of his impressive art collection, which contained not only elaborate paintings and lithographs but also one-of-a-kind jewelry, sculptures and metal works. Heinz was even able to create exquisite musical instruments.


Heinz's works were highly sought among art collectors and galleries. Many would pay exorbitant amounts to own one of his works.

When the Nazi party began taking over Germany, Heinz fled the country for fear of political/artistic suppression. Traveling around the world, he eventually settled down in Japan, where he met and married a young Japanese woman. After the birth of their third daughter, Heinz traveled to the United States, where he disappeared under mysterious circumstances. His vast and priceless collection of art works were soon auctioned off and dispersed to art dealers around the world. Eventually, many pieces found their way to Japan through various private deals (many with criminal ties).

In subsequent years, the collection were stolen piece by piece by a trio of thieves calling themselves "Cat's Eye", who were actually Heinz's daughters seeking clues to his whereabouts and hoping to get his attention to get him out of hiding.

Rui Kisugi, Hitomi Kisugi and Ai Kisugi find that their father is in the U.S. and they go there to track him down. It is eventually revealed that Michael was actually betrayed and forced into exile by his jealous twin brother Cranaff (クラナッフ), who then stole Michael's identity for profit with the syndicate. The revelation ends the sisters' hope of finding their father through recollecting his art work, and Cat's Eye ceases operations afterwards.

Heinz Works[]

This are the known works that Heinz has done of his career: