Astro Boy Volume 6 (Astro Boy, #6)
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Astro Boy Volume 6 (Astro Boy #6)

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Standing shoulder to shoulder with comics and animation icons Krazy Kat, Mickey Mouse, and Tin Tin, Osamu Tezuka's Astro Boy remains as fresh today as when the boy robot first appeared nearly fifty years ago. The cornerstone of Japan's exploding animation and comics industry, Tezuka's original Astro Boy manga are now finally available in America in an English-language edit...more
Mass Market Paperback, 224 pages
Published 1993 by PT Gramedia
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Armand
Astro Boy is one of those comics I've known about, but honestly, I would never have picked it up except that I ran across the Original Astro Boy #6 on sale for 50 cents at Boomerangs in Boston.

It wound up being an odd scenario of sorts as it turned out that #6 was the last of the Tezuka Astro Boys that was published. Maybe because of this, it's rather dark, sad and sober, pretty much the opposite of what I would expect from a comic book called Astro Boy. I presume-perhaps falsely- that if I had...more
Elijah Kinch Spector
In the previous volumes, there isn't a single story long enough to fill one book, but suddenly with Volume 6 we get the beginning of one that takes up this volume, the next, and most of the one after that. It's actually the final Astro Boy story that Tezuka ever did (and no, I don't understand the order these are being presented in). I won't review much until I've finished the story entirely, but it's some suitably epic, funny, and often heartbreaking stuff. Astro gets stuck in the late 60's (wh...more
Marchel
1. Goresan pada Mata Patung
Masuk 7 orang keluar 6 orang. Misteri !!!

2. Ivan yang Bodoh
Atom ketemu robot buatan Rusia (ceritanya sih itu robot pertama buatan negeri Rusia ^^) bernama Ivan ketika Atom harus terdampar di bulan.
Cerita impian lama manusia yang ingin tinggal di planet lain selain bumi...

3. Rahasia Komplotan Mesir
Wah, Cleopatra-nya cantik banget *terpesona*

4. Gadem
Apa itu Gadem? Sebuah monster ataukah manusia itu sendiri yang monster karena ketamakannya?
Ann
This manga has some surprisingly deep historical themes. I read it for my library's teen comix discussion club. I just hope the teens read it and liked it as much as I did!
Badr Al Ghamlasi


The idea of a time traveling Astro Boy is very enjoyable & fun to read
Jonny
my VERY favourite out of all the astro boy stories I've read!!!!1
Raghav Arora
my best hero
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From Wikipedia:
Dr. Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫) was a Japanese manga artist, animator, producer and medical doctor, although he never practiced medicine. Born in Osaka Prefecture, he is best known as the creator of Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion. He is often credited as the "Father of Anime", and is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney, who served as a major inspiration during his f...more
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