There has long been talk of an anime based on Naoki Urasawa's manga. The genius of the Japanese thriller, who has been releasing more and more exciting and suspenseful manga for years, has not seen many adaptations of his works. Only Monster had succeeded, but now comes the turn Pluto.

Unlike the other works, Pluto is a non-original story-based work that takes on the world of Osamu Tezuka's Astro Boy. However, the protagonist is not the robot child capable of saving everyone, but another of the special robots that live in this time: face. The android cop shows up in the first trailer for Plutoactually plus a 4+ minute sneak peek that gives an overview of the situation by narrating a scene from the anime.

In this Pluto video Available above, Face can be seen driving his car through a futuristic city, heading towards a desolate area full of pinwheels and a meadow of flowers, but with some kind of empty terrain in the shape of a circle in the middle. Entering a nearby building, he must face a robot capable of swarming robotic cockroaches from its mouth. After gunning down the enemy, Face faces a colossal threat that makes him pale.

This first Preview of Pluto without voices It was therefore charged with both suspense and action and ended with the appearance of Atom and Uranium. The three voice actors are also revealed, with Shinshu Fuji as the face, Yoko Hikasa as the famous Astro Boy, and finally Minori Suzuki as Uran.

Pluto will arrive on Netflix in 2023, so we'll know some more specific dates on its release window over the next few months.

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