Naoki Urasawa is one of the most recognizable faces in the world of comic culture, a truly brilliant protagonist of some of today's iconic titles. Among the jewels of the master also stands out Plutoa work that, among other things, has had to enjoy an anime adaptation, but which seems destined not to arrive.

About two years ago, some rumors, later confirmed by the author himself, surfaced about an animated series inspired by one of his projects. Later, more rumors confirmed the production of Pluto, a television adaptation of the hit manga of the same name. However, for some time now, information about this project has been interrupted so much that it has even fallen into oblivion.

In the last few hours, however, they have started to do so The seven of the anime appear at an auction, or some preparatory sketches, but with the words "suspended" next to them. It therefore appears that the work's production has been put on hold, an indiscretion confirmed by an insider, Satoshi Takabakewho would have finally announced the cancellation of the project.

This is bad news for fans of Urasawa that will not be able to participate in thePluto's souls. For those unfamiliar with the story, the plot of the manga follows: "Following the vicissitudes of Europol's robotic agent, Pluto grapples with a death row of humans and robots around the world, with victims bringing objects stuck or placed on their heads to imitate horns."

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