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Thread: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    how irregular are the releases of pluto? I would like to continue reading it but I feel like I'll catch up and then have to wait a month for another chapter to be printed. Can anyone help?

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    Usually bi-monthly, unless Urasawa decides to take a break, which he frequently does due to working on another series (Billy Bat).

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    I'm not feeling the Monster/20th Century boys vibe from Pluto. It's entertaining, but Urasawa has done better.

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    So.. this series has ended. Does anyone knows what the Teddy Bear is?

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    Another great work by Urusawa, but think that Gesicht's death was rather unexpected and could be done in a much better way for a main character.
    The Landscape of the End

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    In a way its a shame that its over. After all we got another dose of Astroboy and friends, with plenty of tragedy thrown in, without a Hollywood ending. I liked it.

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonster View Post
    So.. this series has ended. Does anyone knows what the Teddy Bear is?
    I've been wondering that too...
    I really wonder how much you can fit into that teddy bear... and whether the large machine behind it has any significance... o.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard_Rock View Post
    Another great work by Urusawa, but think that Gesicht's death was rather unexpected and could be done in a much better way for a main character.
    Gesicht death unexpected? Not if you read the original manga or watched the anime.
    I expected a different death (cut in half by Pluto's horns), but I always knew he would have died.
    °__°

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    Quote Originally Posted by ¬Bol View Post
    Gesicht death unexpected? Not if you read the original manga or watched the anime.
    I expected a different death (cut in half by Pluto's horns), but I always knew he would have died.
    Well, i didn't read original or watched anime, i suspected that he might die but not this way. So, the way he died was more confusing than the fact he died. Still, awesome manga.
    The Landscape of the End

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    finished this the other day. i thoroughly enjoyed it. it's now time to read urasawa's other stuff, i've only read a volume of Monster before, nothing else. i'll have to read more of Monster and begin 20th century boys

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    Re: Pluto by Naoki Urasawa & Tezuka Osamu

    Don't forget Billy Bat!

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