Astro Boy Mini Collection 2 DVD

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About Astro Boy Mini Collection 2 DVD

Astro Boy Mini Collection 2 contains episodes 26-52 of the original 1963 series directed by Osamu Tezuka.

Astro Boy takes place in a future where science fiction is reality, Dr. Boynton creates a super-robot in his deceased son's image. Named Astro Boy, the robot can swim oceans, leap over mountains and even fly into space - but he can't replace the doctor's son. Abandoned and disowned, soon Astro Boy is befriended by Dr. Packadermus J. Elefun of the Institute of Science, and together, they embark upon an amazing adventure.

With super strength, rocket-powered flight, a selfless heart and a kind demeanor, Astro Boy fights a never-ending crusade against the forces of evil!

Spoken Languages: English.

*Episode #104 - Talk ASTRO BOY on the Big Screen With Director David Bowers & Producer Maryann Garger
**Episode #52 ,#53 & #82 - Interview with Fred Ladd, pioneering TV producer & director


  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: ALL
  • Run Time: 600
  • Year Created: 1963
  • Release Date: 10/6/2009
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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Anime's Cornerstone, Part 2


The episodes in this collection are even better than Volume 1,so if you've seen and enjoyed it, buy with confidence(or, if you're unsure of why you should watch an old black-and-white show, see my review of Volume 1)!
Let me just say a big 'Thanks!' to RightStuf for the phenomenal and Herculean task of restoring and rescuing these episodes from oblivion; to have lost these episodes would be the equivalent of losing 'Beowulf' or 'The Tale of Genji'. Be proud of your work!
I'll mention one stand-out episode--the 'Cosmic Ray' episode, which has one or two genuinely creepy moments(a proto-type Alucard for you 'Hellsing' fans),but 'Astro Boy' tells a diversity of good adventure stories. Check this one out!