Netflix recently released the final trailer of the anime Pluto. Through this trailer we can see some images and content showing the main plot of the movie, promising to bring a great experience.
Pluto is an upcoming anime inspired by Osamu Tezuka’s Astro Boy. Urasawa essentially recreated Osamu’s work in a much darker environment. Therefore, it can be said that Pluto is a spin-off series of the famous Astro-boy series.
Furthermore, anime enthusiasts are surely familiar with Urasawa, that genius author who brought us series like Monster, arguably one of the best horror anime series of all time. Even though decades have passed since the Monster series ended, it is still considered legendary among anime and manga fans.
So it’s understandable why Pluto has the potential to be a hit, and the latest trailer shows us the same.
Anime Pluto releases its final trailer.
The upcoming anime series has previously given us glimpses of its events through short trailers, but Netflix recently released the main trailer, giving us an idea of what to expect. waiting from the series.
The 2-minute trailer, which is obviously graphically spectacular, does not reveal the entire plot, but it gives us enough hints about the events. And, that’s enough to make the community excited about this anime.
The trailer will be faithful to the original work as it adapts the battle between humans and Robots as they try to coexist on earth. The story will show humanity’s hatred towards artificial life forms. On the other hand, we will see Robots expressing human emotions. Also the trailer mentions artificial intelligence and it will be interesting to see what role it will play in the story.
Finally, this will be a story in which Robots and humans will have a battle for control of the earth, of course it will bring us some spectacular and epic action scenes that promise to be a fascinating viewing experience.
In addition to the trailer, Netflix also released a key image featuring the main characters and a mysterious robotic entity.
The Pluto anime will have eight episodes and will premiere exclusively on Netflix later this month on Thursday, October 26, 2023.