This robot has to stop the killer before himself and the other great robots are destroyed.
In the end, this is definitely a manga with depth and layers, and acts as the introduction into a story that foreshadows a lot of striking and poignant themes.
From "Monster" to "20th Century Boys", you get a good balance of innocence and purity but also a side of darkness which makes his works so appealing.
REVIEW OF VOL 1-8
Someone is killing the most powerful robots on Earth. With that premise, Pluto opens, blending an almost childlike innocence with the harsh realities... Read more
So far I have only read the first two volumes but the volumes I have read were amazing, the art is awesome and the story is great. Higly recommend it and plan on getting the rest. Read morePublished 13 months ago by xavier bojorquez
Urasawa is a comic book making badass. PLUTO is one of the most touching and amazing stories I've ever read. The faces hold you, the story rocks you, it's subtle and deliberate. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Nick PItarra
Apparently to honor Astro Boy and his creator, Tezuka, a up and coming artist, Urasawa, wrote a manga title Pluto. The official title is Pluto - Tezuka X Urasawa. Read morePublished on November 1, 2009 by Ian E. Mcgonigal
Pluto Vol. 1 is a good manga, but that's it. Those who swallow all the "groundbreaking" hype might be disappointed. Read morePublished on April 13, 2009 by Strobe