Pluto’s anime adaptation is ready to hit Netflix on October twenty sixth of this yr. With the source materials telling a story that follows a darkish iteration of Astro Boy, an anime collection has been a very long time coming. In anticipation of considered one of Naoki Urasawa’s greatest tales lastly making its approach to the small display screen, an episode depend has arrived to provide followers an concept how a lot they will look ahead to in the case of the technological dystopia.

Pluto’s anime collection will arrive because of the Studio Genco, Tezuka Productions, and Studio M2. This anime adaptation makes for a serious acquisition for Netflix because the streaming service has continued to swing within the sea of anime exclusives in recent times. Whereas Urasawa’s Monster has acquired an anime collection, that has turn out to be a fan-favorite, there are nonetheless a lot of his works which have but to be delivered to the display screen.

Pluto’s Episode Rely

Netflix Japan confirmed that Pluto’s anime collection could have eight episodes to its identify. Every of the episodes will run for round sixty minutes every. Whereas not confirmed, this variety of installments could be sufficient to cowl the whole lot of its source materials.

As part of the upcoming anime adaptation, the creator of the unique manga, Naoki Urasawa, had this to say in relation to the tv collection, “I applaud the braveness of everybody that has taken on the problem of constructing an anime based mostly on Pluto. I’m excited concerning the start of this new collection to win over folks’s hearts. I hope that now greater than ever, Osamu Tezuka’s message reaches the world.”

If you have not had the chance to take a look at the unique Pluto manga, which first dropped in 2003 and ran till 2009, this is the official description of the darkish tackle Astro Boy, “In a super world where man and robots coexist, somebody or one thing has destroyed the highly effective Swiss robotic Mont Blanc. Elsewhere a key determine in a robotic rights group is murdered. The 2 incidents look like unrelated…apart from one very conspicuous clue – the our bodies of each victims have been original into some kind of weird collage full with makeshift horns positioned by the victims’ heads. Interpol assigns robotic detective Gesicht to this most unusual and sophisticated case – and he finally discovers that he too, as one of many seven nice robots of the world, is likely one of the targets.”