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Birdman Anthology
Birdman Anthology
Birdman Anthology
(鳥人大系, Chōjin Taikei) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began serialization in 1971.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Chapters 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksPlot[edit] In the future, birds have taken over Earth and replaced human kind as the dominant species. With the assistance of bird-like aliens, the birds of Earth gained increased intelligence in 1975 and began to attack humans. Now humans are treated as livestock by the birds who have moved on to create their own society with laws, currency, countries, and class systems. Ironically, the birds are following the same path as humans did. Now, the meat-eating predatorial birds and the insect and grain eating birds have begun a war amongst each other that has no end in sight
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Science Fiction
Science
Science
fiction (often shortened to SF or sci-fi) is a genre of speculative fiction, typically dealing with imaginative concepts such as advanced science and technology, spaceflight, time travel, and extraterrestrial life. Science
Science
fiction often explores the potential consequences of scientific and other innovations, and has been called a "literature of ideas".[1] It usually avoids the supernatural, unlike the related genre of fantasy
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Phoenix (manga)
Phoenix (火の鳥, Hi no Tori, "bird of fire") is an unfinished manga series by Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka considered Phoenix his "life's work"; it consists of 12 books, each of which tells a separate, self-contained story and takes place in a different era. The plots go back and forth from the remote future to prehistoric times. The story was never completed, having been cut short by Tezuka's death in 1989. Several of the stories have been adapted into anime series and OVAs, and even a live-action movie. As of 2007, the entire manga series is available in English-language
English-language
translations.Contents1 Overview1.1 Volumes2 Adaptations2.1 Episode list3 English edition3.1 Volumes in English4 Video games 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksOverview[edit] Phoenix is about reincarnation
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Dr. Thrill
Doctor Thrill (スリル博士, Suriru Hakase) is a manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka, published in Shogakukan's Shōnen Sunday from April 5, 1959 to September 6 of the same year.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Appearances in other series 4 External linksPlot[edit] Dr. Thrill and his son Kenta are mystery aficionados who work as amateur detectives. Tezuka started writing stand alone chapters but, at the request of his editors, he later transformed Dr. Trill into a serial mystery. Characters[edit] See also: Osamu Tezuka's Star SystemDr. Thrill – An avid fan of thrillers and detective stories. He works with his son and pet dog. Kenta – Dr. Thrill's son who has a keen sense of reason. Jip – Dr
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Angel's Hill
Angel's Hill (エンゼルの丘, Enzeru no Oka) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began serialization in 1960.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] The story revolves around a mysterious place called "Angel's Island" that resides somewhere on the ocean seas. Living on Angel's Island are a species of merpeople that can live both in the sea and on land. They have the form of a human, but can breathe in water as well as on land. Luna is a princess of this species of mermaid living on Angel's Island, but is exiled for breaking some of their rules. As punishment, she is placed inside a sea shell, and set adrift across the sea. While adrift, Luna is rescued from the sea shell when she is picked up by a passing ship. However, the people on the ship sell her into slavery, which causes Luna to lose her memory from the cruel treatment
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Captain Ken
Captain Ken (キャプテン・ケン, Kyaputen Ken) is a manga series by Osamu Tezuka that was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday December 18, 1960 to August 20, 1961. The published chapters were collected in two volumes. Plot[edit] The series take place in the future, after mankind migrated to the planet Mars, home to the Martians. Before long, the humans begin persecuting the Martians, and the two species form a mutual hatred of each other. The action takes place Heden City, a frontier town and home to the Hoshino family. One day, Ken Minakami comes from Earth to visit her relatives, the Hoshino family
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Brave Dan
Brave Dan (勇者ダン, Yuusha Dan) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began serialization in 1962.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] In the wilderness of Hokkaido, the Ainu people of Japan live in harmony with nature. Kotan Nakamura is a young Ainu boy living peacefully until he meets a tiger one day. This tiger, Dan, has escaped from a train that was carrying him to a zoo. Together, they discover mysterious ruins hidden underneath the ground. Within the ruins, Kotan and Dan discover an old man named Upopo living there. He tells the boy and the tiger about three keys to a fantastic treasure. As it so happens, the evil Sekkoku Kou is also searching for the treasure and shoots Upopo
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Big X
Big X
Big X
(ビッグX, Biggu Ekkusu) is a science fiction manga series and an anime series by Osamu Tezuka, based on actual experiments conducted by the Nazis
Nazis
to create secret weapons toward the end of World War II. Out of the 59 anime episodes, only episodes 1, 11, and 40-59 are known to survive, the others remain missing.[3]Contents1 Plot 2 Voice Cast 3 Other appearances 4 In popular culture 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksPlot[edit] Invited to Nazi
Nazi
Germany
Germany
during World War II, Dr. Asagumo is asked by Hitler to collaborate in researching the new weapon "Big X". Concerned about the possible effects of this weapon, Dr. Asagumo intentionally delays the progress of the research, conspiring with his co-researcher, the devious Dr. Engel. Immediately before Germany
Germany
is defeated by the Allies, Dr
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The Amazing 3
The Amazing 3, known in Japan as W3 or Wonder 3 (ワンダー3, Wandā Surī), is a Japanese manga and a black and white anime series created by Osamu Tezuka in the 1960s. It involves the adventures of three agents from outer space who are sent to Earth to determine whether the planet, a potential threat to the universe, should be destroyed. The series was first released in manga print format in Japan in 1965, and then spawned a Japanese anime television version, with different stories. This version was then dubbed in English and released in the United States, with a different theme song, as well as different closing and opening elements. The American version was also aired in Australia in 1969, and in Spanish-speaking countries as Los tres espaciales
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Ambassador Magma
Ambassador Magma
Ambassador Magma
(マグマ大使, Maguma Taishi) is the title and protagonist of a manga and tokusatsu TV series created by Osamu Tezuka, the writer of Mighty Atom ( Astro Boy
Astro Boy
in English) and Jungle Emperor ( Kimba the White Lion
Kimba the White Lion
in English). The TV series, produced by P Productions, was aired on Fuji TV from July 4, 1966 to September 25, 1967, lasting a total of 52 episodes. It is the first color tokusatsu TV series in Japan, beating Tsuburaya Productions' Ultraman
Ultraman
to the airwaves by 6 days
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The Vampires (manga)
The Vampires (バンパイヤ, Banpaiya) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began published weekly during 1966 to 1967.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 See also 4 External linksPlot[edit] Toppei Tachibana, a mysterious teenager, visited Mushi Production and persuaded its president, Osamu Tezuka to let him work at his studio. But later Tezuka discovered that Toppei is more than he seen: he is a Vampire, which is a species that can transform from humans to a variety of animals, and he is a werewolf. Toppei came to Tokyo to search for his father, Professor Tachibana. After Toppei accidentally murdered Professor Atami, an old friend of Tezuka, Rokuro Makube, an evil teenager who is also the butler for Mika Onishi, blackmailed Tezuka to control Toppei to his advantages. Meanwhile, Toppei's vampire community was planning a revolution against normal humans, and Rock sided with them to help him to manipulate the world
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Dororo
Dororo
Dororo
(どろろ) is a Japanese manga series from the manga creator Osamu Tezuka
Osamu Tezuka
in the late 1960s. An anime television series based on the manga consists of 26 half-hour episodes that aired in 1969. It was also made into a live-action film in 2007. During the late 1960s, manga featuring demons was popular among kids. Dororo
Dororo
was first serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Weekly Shōnen Sunday
between August 27, 1967, and July 22, 1968, before being cancelled
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Gum Gum Punch
Gum Gum Punch (ガムガムパンチ, Gamu Gamu Panchi) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began serialization in 1967.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] In this children's manga, Punch and his sister Pinko are approached by a strange man calling himself the God of Gum. Looking like a kind of eccentric scientist, he explains that the gum he has is special as it will allow the gum chewer to create whatever they want with the bubbles they blow. However, since Punch and Pinko are still young, they have not mastered the ability to blow bubbles. Seeing as this might be a problem, and to prevent the children from potentially misusing the gum, the God of Gum assigns his disciple, Gum Gum, to stay with the children. Together, the three explore the many possible uses of the magical chewing gum and get into mischief. Characters[edit]Punch: A young boy who, along with his sister, is given magical chewing gum
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Suspicion (manga)
Suspicion (サスピション, Sasupishon) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka, and also the name of one of his books in Kodansha's line of "Osamu Tezuka Manga Complete Works" books containing a collection of Tezuka's short stories
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Rainbow Prelude
Rainbow Prelude (虹のプレリュード, Niji no Pureryuudo) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka, and also the name of one of his books in Kodansha's line of "Osamu Tezuka Manga Complete Works" books, contains a collection of Tezuka's short stories
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Grand Dolls
Grand Dolls
Grand Dolls
(グランドール, Guran Dōru) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka that began serialization in 1968.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] Tetsuo "Tecchin" Utsuki is a normal, everyday junior high school student. Without much willpower, he is often shy and unable to assert himself. His life changes one day when, on his way back from school, he finds the body of a dead girl lying in the street. Rushing off to get the police, Tetsuo brings them to the spot where the girl was, only to find that she has disappeared. Instead, a strange, human-sized doll has taken the girl's place. Curious, Tetsuo takes the mysterious doll home and finds that a small bit of it is broken and repairs it. Instantly the doll transforms into the girl that Tetsuo had seen earlier. Once active, the girl informs Tetsuo that she is a "Grand Doll"
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