The platforms Netflix announced the production of an anime adaptation of the manga naoki urasawa, Pluto, which will appear via the global catalog this year. The press release included a promotional video that also confirmed the voice acting and that Studio M2 is responsible for production.
The statement also revealed a comment from the author, who wrote: "I applaud the courage of everyone who took up the challenge of making an anime based on Pluto. I am happy to see the birth of this new series to win people's hearts. I hope that Osamu Tezuka's message will reach the whole world now more than ever.».
In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the celebrated work of osamu tezuka, Tetsuwan atom (AstroBoy), who is its author naoki urasawa worked with Tezuka Productions To create this dark adaptation of the Atom story arc, "The biggest robot in the world“. The adaptation shifts the focus of attention from Tezuka's protagonists, atomto his supporting character Faceto ground the story more realistically and reflect the modern world through this sci-fi story. The manga was published through the magazine Great comic original from the publisher shogakukan between 2003 and 2009 the story was compiled in a total of eight volumes.
- Shinshu Fuji as a face.
- Youko Hikasa like atom.
- Minor Suzuki like uranium.
The world-famous Swiss robot Montblanc was violently murdered. Humans and robots around the world mourn the loss of the beloved celebrity made famous for his service in the 39th Asian War. Montblanc's popularity only grew in the post-war years thanks to its commitment to conservation as well as its loving personality.
Europol robotic detective and war veteran Face is sent to investigate the tragic disappearance of Montblanc. Face discovers evidence of a mysterious entity known only as "Pluto." At the same time, he learns about a conspiracy to dismantle the eight specialized robots from around the world that took part in the war. In a race against time to save those who remain, Face confronts his memory, his morality and a world steeped in hatred, desperate to defend the fragile coexistence of man and machine.
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