Netflix anime ‘PLUTO’ Koichi Yamadera, Mamoru Miyano, and others are the world’s highest-level robots, Toshihiko Seki as Pluto.

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The Netflix anime series “PLUTO” will be exclusively distributed from October 26th, and a teaser notice with additional staff & cast, and character voices has been announced. Hiroki Yasumoto, Koichi Yamadera, Hidenobu Kiuchi, Rikiya Koyama, Mamoru Miyano, and Toshihiko Seki have been revealed to appear.

The original manga “PLUTO” is a remake by manga artist Naoki Urasawa of the episode “The Biggest Robot on Earth” from Osamu Tezuka’s “Tetsuwan Atom.” Over 10 million copies have been published worldwide, the 9th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Award Manga Grand Prize, the 2005 Agency for Cultural Affairs Media Arts Festival Manga Category Excellence Award, and the Angoulême International Manga Festival, known as the “Cannes of the Manga World.” It has won generation awards.

The story is set in an age when humans and robots coexist. Europol’s detective robot Gezihito (CV: Masahide Fuji ) and robot Atom (CV: Yoko Hikasa ), with the world’s highest artificial intelligence, are involved in a robot destruction incident targeting “seven world-class robots.” While pursuing a murder case targeting a key person involved in the Robot Law, we will approach the worst “existence of hatred” in history that will lead the world to ruin.

Seven “world’s highest level robots” were targeted in the robot destruction incident, including Gezihito and Atom. Yasumoto, Yamadera, Kiuchi, Koyama, and Miyano are in charge of the five world-class robots. In addition, Seki will play Pluto, a mysterious giant robot that flies in while causing a tornado.

The world’s highest-level robots are cast in the role of Montblanc, a Swiss forest conservation officer; Yasumoto, Scottish composer Paul Duncan’s butler; North 2, a powerful combat robot formerly of the Priten Army; Yamadera, and Turkey’s proud robot martial arts. Kiuchi played the role of Brand, the champion; Koyama played the role of Hercules, a national hero of Greece and feared as the name of “God of Fighting” in the world of robot martial arts. Miyano plays the role of Epsilon, who lives a peaceful life.

For the staff, Toshio Kawaguchi, who worked as an animation director on “Porco Rosso” and “Neon Genesis Evangelion,” will take on the challenge of directing for the first time, and Shigeru Fujita, who has worked on Urasawa’s animations such as “YAWARA!”, “PSYCHO-PASS” and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” to live-action detective dramas such as “Galileo” and “Theseus’s Ship” Yugo Kanno is in charge of the music. As already announced, Genco is in charge of production, and Studio M2 is in charge of animation production. In addition, Mr. Urasawa will participate as a creative advisor.

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