The Pluto Anime Netflix Series release date is confirmed. The award-winning Japanese manga series “Pluto” by Naoki Urasawa and Osamu Tezuka will finally get an anime adaption and will be aired on Netflix. The news is officially confirmed. For a long time, Netflix has been streaming popular anime but has also aired many anime adaptations. So we are hoping for another game-changing anime that will keep the viewers hooked till the end.
We know that the viewers want to see the release date of Pluto Anime, so we have brought you the exclusive news that would make your day! Apart from this good news, we will also share with you the plot that is to be expected from the Netflix Pluto Anime series.
Pluto Anime Release Date
Pluto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoki Urasawa and Osamu Tezuka. Pluto appeared in Seinin manga magazine in September 2003. The series originates from Osamu Tezuka’s Astro boy, the greatest robot on earth; the series has been named after the arc’s chief villain Pluto.
Pluto has been reinterpreted as the story of a suspense murder mystery starring a robot detective who tries to solve cases of human and robot deaths. Pluto has sold over 8.5 million copies and is expected to get an anime adaptation from Netflix. Although no specific dates have been announced yet,, we can expect Pluto Anime to air on Netflix by mid-April 2023.
Pluto Anime Plot and Expectations
From the manga series, we can somehow guess what the plot of Pluto Anime will be like. Pluto is a Europol robot detective named Gesicht who attempts to solve a case that involves robots and human deaths around the world. Moreover, all the victims have objects or horns jammed into their heads.
The case keeps on getting more puzzling and challenging when the evidence and proofs indicate that the killings were doings by a robot, and this would be the greatest crime as it would be the first case of a human getting killed in eight years.
All of the most advanced robots around the world have the potential for mass destruction, and the detective realizes that they will become killer targets. It’s revealed that the murdered humans are connected to international robot laws that grant robots equal rights.
Is there any Pluto Anime Trailer Released?
Yes, a short teaser has already been aired by Netflix, and you can watch it whenever you like on Netflix or youtube. In this Pluto Anime teaser, we see a very eye-catching logo at the beginning of the video, along with a few lines stating that it’s based on Astro boy’s story, the greatest robot on earth.
Then we get to witness high-quality graphics of the Robo city showcasing advanced technology where the cars are not just running on wheels but are levitating in the air. The camera zooms into a vehicle where a man is talking to a hologram. Their expression indicates that they are in an argument. This scene starts in the morning and turns into the afternoon sky.
The very same man is seen in the field of flowers walking towards the centre of the field, and starts having flashbacks. Soon it is revealed that the man is not a human, but a robot as his hands change into a weapon-like structure. He then reaches the basement; with a gun in his hands, he explores the place and finds a bald man who releases insects upon him. Then they both clash against each other.
The visuals are fascinating and have surely raised expectations. While escaping from the insect man, he finds another giant robot whose eyes start to glow; again, the scene changes to a girl who is seen playing with animals and a boy is seen picking up a snail, which we expect to be the main protagonist.
Where to Watch Pluto Anime Anime?
The Pluto Anime series will surely be exclusively available on Netflix, and we expect it to be aired by April.
The Pluto Anime teaser surely would intrigue many viewers to find out more about the Pluto Anime. All we can say is that we will be witnessing some epic scenes of man versus robot, which might be similar to Ghost In The Shell, and the anime does give off Ghibli studios vibes, and we can’t wait to see how the story will turn out.
Now let me know whether Pluto Anime will be on your watchlist this year through the comment section below.
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