List of Astro Boy (1963) episodes

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These are the episodes for the Astro Boy Television series. The series ran from January 1, 1963 to September 6, 1966 in Japan and from September 7, 1963 to May 13, 1967 in the U.S.

Episode List[edit]

J# U# Original title (English)/English Dub title
Original Title (Japanese)
Original Air Date (Japan) Original Air Date (U.S.)
1 1 "The Birth of Atom" / "Birth of Astro Boy"
"Atomu Tanjō" (アトム誕生) 
January 1, 1963[1] September 7, 1963

The story takes place in Metro City, circa 2000 A.D. Young Toby Tenma/Astor Boynton (the son of Dr. Tenma/Boynton) ends up dying in a hideous car crash. His father is left grief-stricken and plans on resolving his loss by creating a robot that looks like his son. Though the rest of the Ministry of Science is unsure of this plan (some thinking he’s insane), they go along with it. Over a year, his creation is assembled and named "Astro Boy". The next morning, Astro begins to adjust to life with Dr. Tenma. After some time, it becomes clear that Astro isn’t like Toby. Because of this, his father sells him to Mr. Cacciatore, the cruel ringmaster of a robot circus. At the circus, Astro is forced to fight against Z.O.G. in a duel where one robot will die. During the fight, Professor Ochanomizu/Dr. Elefun steps into the ring to protest the fight. Cacciatore, however, shows that his robot licenses say that there’s nothing wrong with robots fighting each other. Astro fights valiantly and discovers some of his abilities: super strength and flight. Using these abilities, he is able to defeat Z.O.G, but he refuses to kill him. Later that night, Cacciatore punishes him by cutting off his power supply from any recharge. Professor Ochanomizu comes to talk Cacciatore into giving Astro back, but he refuses to negotiate. Meanwhile, Astro finds a large heap of robots that Cacciatore plans to sell as scrap metal. He learns from the captain of the Tin Brigade that everyone is in the pile because they no longer please people. Astro then decides to share his energy with the robots. Some time later, the robot circus is ready for its next performance. The opening act features Sparky, a robot cannonball, who Cacciatore has jump through high voltage charges. Unfortunately, Sparky goes out of control and explodes, causing the whole circus tent to begin to collapse. Despite lack of power, Astro leads the robots he restored in a rescue mission. The robots quickly find and rescue everyone, save for Cacciatore. Astro re-enters the building to save him and discovers another ability: super hearing. Using his new skill, he saves Cacciatore from certain death. Later, at a hospital, Astro is liberated from Cacciatore when Dr. Elefun shows that robots are finally free from slavery. Having been beaten, Cacciatore cries in defeat as Professor Ochanomizu and Astro leave.

Deleted Scene: When Professor Ochanomizu tells Caccitore that lots of things happened while he was sleeping, the doctor briefly turns on the TV, which displays speeches from all over the world. 
2 2 "Frankenstein" / "Colosso"
"Furanken" (フランケン) 
January 8, 1963[1] September 14, 1963

The story begins in a robot factory. After an explanation as to how robots have begun to outnumber humans, the factory boss decides to put some robots on the line to make up for worker shortage. Meanwhile, Astro Boy longs to have parents to call his own. Deciding to chat with Professor Ochanomizu, Astro has his parents custom-made at the Institute of Science. Later that evening, an experimental robot named Frankenstein/Colosso goes haywire and escapes after causing immense collateral damage and several worker casualties. Astro happens across the horrid mess and figures out that, due to being incomplete, Frankenstein will listen to the first person he meets. Later that night, Frankenstein runs into a trio of gangsters having trouble cracking open a safe. He soon becomes the slave of a weak mobster named Monk, who has Frankenstein (who is nicknamed “Big Boy”) break into the safe for them. Back at their hideout, the Big Boss welcomes Frankenstein into the gang as their newest addition. Their next heist occurs at a local ballet performance, where the mobsters plan to steal the gems that belong to a wealthy patron of the ballet. After the show ends, the patron goes to give a present to a ballerina. Frankenstein, however, interrupts the meeting and causes mass hysteria. Frankenstein accidentally grabs the present for the ballerina, which was an oil can. Astro, despite being blamed by Inspector Tawashi/Gumshoe for the crime, decides to investigate the robberies. Later, at a local museum, Astro finds Monk (disguised as a guard) and Frankenstein (disguised as the Thinker) stealing several jewels. Astro is once again blamed by Inspector Tawashi and Monk. Back at their hideout, the mobsters get shares of the loot. The Big Boss decides to take the big pieces and gives only fractions of one diamond to the other mobsters. At Astro's trial, Astro is saved by Professor Ochanomizu, who points out that Frankenstein is still on the loose. Later, Professor Ochanomizu devises a plan to capture Frankenstein. Going on a cruise ship with a pile of rocks (claiming it's a diamond), Professor Ochanomizu is soon attacked by Frankenstein and Astro comes to save him. The battle on the ship causes serious damage to the ship's hull, which culminates with Astro dropping Frankenstein from a precarious height. Frankenstein survives the fall, but passes out in a lighthouse. Astro heads there and meets Monk, who reveals everything about the Big Boss' plan and gives up being a mobster. A scientist comes to fix Frankenstein, but the mobsters soon find the group. Astro quickly defeats the Big Boss and his minions and they are arrested. Astro is rewarded for his heroism with his recently completed parents. Frankenstein repaired and sent on his mission to work at an outpost in outer space as Astro and Monk bid him farewell.

Deleted Scene: After Astro Boy arrives on a ship, Frankenstein begins to battle him using torture weapons in his eyes. 
3 3 "Adventure on Mars" / "Expedition to Mars"
"Kasei Tanken" (火星探検) 
January 15, 1963[1] September 21, 1963
4 14 "Guernica" / "One Million Mammoth Snails"
"Gerunika" (ゲルニカ) 
January 22, 1963[1] December 7, 1963

Astro Boy and Professor Ochanomizu investigate the disappearances of campers and mountaineers in the ice mountains, and discover a scientist who unleashes a swarm of snails on the world.

Deleted Scene: When Ali Baba suspects that Astro Boy has 1000x hearing, he breaks the fourth wall by telling the viewers to mute the volume of the TV. After the conversation, Ali Baba's men hold a sign saying "You can turn the volume back on." The TV breaks down, and Ali Baba's men act embarrassed, saying "Get a better TV, will you?!" 
5 4 "Sphinx" / "The Sphinx"
"Sufinkusu" (スフィンクス) 
January 29, 1963[1] September 28, 1963
6 7 "Lightning Man" / "Zero, the Invisible Robot"
"Denkō Ningen" (電光人間) 
February 5, 1963[1] October 19, 1963
7 - "Captain Atom"
"Atomu-taishi" (アトム大使) 
February 12, 1963[1] -
8 10 "Ghost Manufacturing Machine" / "The Spirit Machine"
"Yūrei seizōki" (幽霊製造機) 
February 19, 1963[1] November 9, 1963
9 13 "Black Looks" / "The Deep Freeze"
"Burakku Rukkusu" (ブラックルックス) 
February 26, 1963[1] November 30, 1963
10 11 "The Fool Ivan" / "Strange Voyage"
"Iwan no Baka" (イワンの馬鹿) 
March 5, 1963[1] November 16, 1963
11 18 "Time Machine" / "Time Machine"
"Taimu Mashin" (タイムマシン) 
March 12, 1963[1] December 29, 1963
12 5 "Cruciform Island" / "Cross Island"
"Jūjika Shima" (十字架島) 
March 19, 1963[1] October 5, 1963
13 - "The Eyes of Christ"
"Kirisuto no me" (キリストの眼) 
March 26, 1963[1] -
14 12 "The Artificial Sun" / "The Artificial Sun"
"Jinkō Taiyō" (人工太陽) 
April 2, 1963[1] November 23, 1963
15 6 "Plant People" / "Grass Boy"
"Shokubutsu Ningen" (植物人間) 
April 9, 1963[1] October 12, 1963
Astro is flying through the countryside when he runs into two of his friends on a rowboat. After helping them outspeed a group of fast jetboats, the group stumbles upon an interesting flower. While Astro's friends want to pick it, Astro says to leave the flower alone. He then proceeds to tell the tale of this bizarre flower. 
16 8 "The White Vehicle Planet" / "Silver Comet"
"Shiroi Wakusei gō" (白い惑星号) 
April 16, 1963[1] October 26, 1963
17 9 "Robot Land"
"Robotto Rando" (ロボットランド) 
April 23, 1963[1] November 2, 1963
18 15 "Gadem" / "Gangor the Monster"
"Gademu" (ガデム) 
April 30, 1963[1] December 14, 1963
19 19 "Atom vs. Garon" / "The Cosmic Giant"
"Atomu tai Majin" (アトム対魔神) 
May 7, 1963[1] January 3, 1964
20 20 "Gaseous Beings" / "Toxor, the Mist Man"
"Kitai Ningen" (気体人間) 
May 14, 1963[1] January 10, 1964
21 21 "Satellite R-45" / "Satellite R-45"
"Jinkō-eisei R-45" (人工衛星R-45) 
May 21, 1963[1] January 17, 1964
22 22 "Sea Serpent Island" / "Sea Serpent Isle"
"Umihebi Shima" (海蛇島) 
May 28, 1963[1] January 24, 1964
23 23 "The Mutant" / "The Deadly Flies"
"Myūtanto" (ミュータント) 
June 4, 1963[1] January 31, 1964
24 24 "The Submarine Kingdom" / "Kingdom of the Sea"
"Kaitei Ōkoku" (海底王国) 
June 11, 1963[1] February 7, 1964
25 - "The Deep-Underground Tank"
"Chitei Sensha" (地底戦車) 
June 18, 1963[1] -
26 26 "Atlas" / "Don Tay's Infernal Machine"
"Atorasu" (アトラス) 
June 25, 1963[1] February 21, 1964
27 27 "Planet Pearl" / "Pearl People"
"Pāru Hoshi" (パール星) 
July 2, 1963[1] February 28, 1964
28 28 "Mad Machine" / "The Wacky Machine"
"Maddo Mashin" (マッドマシン) 
July 9, 1963[1] March 6, 1964
29 29 "The Memorable Day" / "Memory Day"
"Omoide no Hi" (想い出の日) 
July 16, 1963[1] March 13, 1964
30 16 "Fuhrer ZZZ" / "Secret Agent 3-Z"
"Zē Zē Zē Sōtō" (ZZZ総統) 
July 23, 1963[1] December 21, 1963
31 31 "The Black Cosmic Ray" / "Mysterious Cosmic Rays"
"Kuroi Uchūsen" (黒い宇宙線) 
July 30, 1963[1] March 27, 1964
32 - "Hot Dog Corps"
"Hotto Doggu Heidan" (ホットドッグ兵団) 
August 6, 1963[1] -
33 33 "Three Magicians" / "The Three Magicians"
"Sannin no Majutsushi" (三人の魔術師) 
August 13, 1963[1] April 10, 1964
34 34 "Midoro Marsh" / "Beast From 20,000 Fathoms"
"Midoro ga Numa" (ミドロが沼) 
August 20, 1963[1] April 17, 1964
35 35 "The Human Farm" / "Planet X"
"Ningen Bokujō" (ヒューマンファーム) 
August 27, 1963[1] April 24, 1964
36 36 "The Religion of Pui Pui" / "The Elixir of Life"
"Pui Pui Kyō" (プイプイ教) 
September 3, 1963[1] May 1, 1964
37 25 "Uran" / "The Strange Birthday Present"
"Uran-chan" (ウランちゃん) 
September 10, 1963[1] February 14, 1964
38 38 "The Disturbed Small Planet"
"Kurutta Shōwakusei" (狂った小惑星) 
September 17, 1963[1] May 15, 1964
39 39 "Red Cat" / "The Mysterious Cat"
"Akai Neko" (赤い猫) 
September 24, 1963[1] May 22, 1964
40 40 "Neo Caesar" / "The Abominable Snowman"
"Neo Shiza" (ネオ・シーザー) 
October 1, 1963[1] June 5, 1964
41 41 "X Bomb" / "Deadline to Danger"
"Ekkusu Bakudan" (X爆弾) 
October 8, 1963[1] June 12, 1964
42 - "The Yellow Horse"
"Kīroi Uma" (黄色い馬) 
October 15, 1963[1] -
43 43 "His Highness Dead Cross" / "Ditto"
"Deddo Kurosu Denka" (デッドクロス殿下) 
October 22, 1963[1] June 26, 1964
44 44 "The Egyptian Conspirators" / "Cleopatra's Heart"
"Ejiputo Inbō-dan" (エジプト陰謀団) 
October 29, 1963[1] July 3, 1964
45 45 "Cleopatra’s Necklace" / "Return of Cleopatra"
"Kureopatora no Kubikazari" (クレオパトラの首飾り) 
November 5, 1963[1] July 10, 1964
46 46 "The Robot Spaceship" / "The Phantom Space Ship"
"Robotto Uchū-tei" (ロボット宇宙艇) 
November 12, 1963 July 17, 1964
47 47 "The Cosmic Crab" / "The Gigantic Space Crab"
"Uchū Gani" (宇宙ガニ) 
November 19, 1963[1] July 24, 1964
48 48 "The Pegasus Tribe" / "The Great Space Horse"
"Tenba-zoku" (天馬族) 
November 26, 1963[1] July 31, 1964
49 49 "Transparent Giant" / "3D Tee Vee"
"Tōmei Kyojin" (透明巨人) 
December 3, 1963[1] August 7, 1964
50 50 "Atom Goes to the West" / "Westward, Ha!"
"Atomu Seibu e iku" (アトム西部へ行く) 
December 10, 1963[1] August 14, 1964
51 51 "Little Elephant Pura" / "Jimbo the Great"
"Kozō Pura" (子象プーラ) 
December 17, 1963[1] August 21, 1964
52 52 "Snow Lion" / "Snow Lion"
"Yuki Raion" (雪ライオン) 
December 24, 1963[1] August 28, 1964
53 - "Goodbye 1963"
"Sayōnara Sen Kyūhyaku Roku San-nen" (さようなら1963年) 
December 31, 1963[1] -
54 - "Duel on the Alps"
"Arupse no kettō" (アルプスの決闘) 
January 4, 1964[1] -
55 - "Rejuvenating Gas"
"wakagaeri GASU" (若返りガス) 
January 18, 1964[1] -
56 32 "Earth Defense Army" / "The Moon Monsters"
"chikyuu bouei tai" (地球防衛隊) 
January 25, 1964[1] April 3, 1964
57 37 "Robot School" / "Astro Boy goes to School"
"ROBOTTO gakkō" (ロボット学校) 
February 1, 1964[1] May 8, 1964
58 42 "The 13 Mysterious Statues of God" / "The Island of Mystery"
"13 no kai kami zō" (13の怪神像) 
February 8, 1964[1] June 19, 1964
59 30 "The Robot Buron X" / "The Super Duper Robot"
"hakunetsu ningen" (白熱人間) 
February 15, 1964[1] March 20, 1964
60 53 "The Demon Bees" / "Dogma Palace"
"DAAMA no kyuuden" (ダーマの宮殿) 
February 22, 1964[1] August 29, 1964
61 - "Space Parasites"
"uchuu no kiseichuu" (宇宙の寄生虫) 
February 29, 1964[1] -
62 17 "The Phantom Ship" / "The Haunted Ship"
"yuureisen" (幽霊船) 
March 7, 1964[1] December 28, 1963
63 54 "The Artificial Iceberg" /"The Man-Made Iceberg"
"jinkō hyōzan" (人工氷山) 
March 14, 1964[1] September 4, 1964
64 55 "Count Bat" / "Vampire Vale"
"koumori hakushaku" (こうもり伯爵) 
March 21, 1964[1] September 11, 1964
65 56 "Brave Escapee" / "The Terrible Tidal Wave"
"yūkan na dassō mono" (勇敢な脱走者) 
March 28, 1964[1] September 19, 1964
66 57 "The Space Viking" / "Vikings"
"SUPEESUBAIKINGU" (スペースバイキング) 
April 4, 1964[1] September 26, 1964
67 58 "Heroes of the Night" / "The Devil Doll"
"yoru no yūshi tachi" (ナイトの英雄) 
April 11, 1964[1] October 3, 1964
68 59 "Rebellion of the Dinosaur People" / "Dinosaur Dilemma"
"kyōryū nin no hanran" (恐龍人の反乱) 
April 25, 1964[1] October 10, 1964
69 60 "The Secret of the Clock Tower" / "The Clock Tower Mystery"
"tokeitō no himitsu" (時計塔の秘密) 
May 2, 1964[1] October 17, 1964
70 61 "Rafflesia" / "The Flower Monster"
"RAFURESHIA" (ラフレシア) 
May 9, 1964[1] October 24, 1964
71 62 "The Last Day of Earth" / "Attack From Space"
"chikyū no saigo no hi" (地球最後の日) 
May 16, 1964[1] October 31, 1964
72 63 "7 Days of Drifting in Space" / "Shipwreck in Space"
"uchū no hyōryū 7 hiai" (宇宙の漂流7日間) 
May 23, 1964[1] November 7, 1964
73 64 "Big Titan" / "Big Titan"
"BIGGUTAITAN" (ビッグタイタン) 
June 6, 1964[1] November 14, 1964
74 65 "Earth Expedition" / "Mission to the Middle of the World"
"chikyū tanken" (地球探検) 
June 13, 1964[1] November 21, 1964
75 66 "Flying City" / "Inca Gold Fever"
"sora tobu machi" (空とぶ町) 
June 20, 1964[1] November 28, 1964
76 67 "The Monster Machine" / "The Monster Machine"
"MONSUTAAMASHIIN" (モンスターマシーン) 
June 27, 1964[1] December 5, 1964
77 68 "Cape Town Lullaby" / "The Hooligan Whodunit"
"KEEPUTAUN no komoriuta" (ケープタウンの子守歌) 
July 4, 1964[1] December 12, 1964
78 69 "The World in 500,000 Years" / "Funnel to The Future"
"50 man nen no chino sekai" (50万年後の世界) 
July 11, 1964[1] December 19, 1964
79 70 "Dr. Brain" / "Super Brain"
"DOKUTAA nou" (ドクター脳) 
July 18, 1964[1] December 26, 1964
80 71 "Humanoid Bill" / "Mighty Minute"
"HYUUMANOIDOPIRU" (ヒューマノイドピル) 
July 25, 1964[1] January 2, 1965
81 72 "Dreaming Machine" / "Dream Machine"
"yumemiru kikai" (夢みる機械) 
August 1, 1964[1] January 9, 1965
82 73 "Robot Olympics" / "The Robot Olympics"
"ROBOTTO kyōgitaikai" (ロボット競技大会) 
August 15, 1964[1] January 16, 1965
83 74 "The Strange Bird, Garuda" / "Dunder, Bird of Doom"
"kaichou GARUDA" (怪鳥ガルダ) 
August 22, 1964[1] January 23, 1965
84 75 "The Dolphin Civilization" / "Dolphins in Distress"
"IRUKA bunmei" (イルカ文明) 
August 29, 1964[1] January 30, 1965
85 76 "The Demented Beltway" / "The Mad Beltway"
"kurutta BERUTOUEI" (狂ったベルトウェイ) 
September 5, 1964[1] February 6, 1965
86 77 "The Time Gun" / "The Terrible Time Gun"
"jikan jū" (時間銃) 
September 12, 1964[1] February 13, 1965
87 78 "Princess Kaguya" / "Space Princess"
"shin kaguya hime" (新かぐや姫) 
September 19, 1964[1] February 20, 1965
88 79 "The Bacteria Corps" / "Mighty Microbe Army"
"saikin butai" (細菌部隊) 
September 26, 1964[1] February 27, 1965
89 80 "Gomes’ Ghost" / "Horrible King Horrid"
"GOMESU no bourei" (ゴメスの亡霊) 
October 3, 1964[1] March 6, 1965
90 81 "The Robot Fortress" / "Mystery of the Amless Dam"
"ROBOTTO toride" (ロボット砦) 
October 10, 1964[1] March 13, 1965
91 82 "Garon’s Counterattack" / "Galeom From Galaxy G"
"GARON gyakushū" (ガロン逆襲) 
October 24, 1964[1] March 19, 1965
92 83 "Three Robot Knights" / "The Three Robotiers"
"ROBOTTO sanjūshi" (ロボット三銃士) 
October 31, 1964 March 26, 1965
93 84 "Cobalt" / "Brother Jetto"
"KOBARUTO" (コバルト) 
November 7, 1964[1] April 2, 1965
94 85 "Angel in the Alps" / "Angel of the Alps"
"aRUPUSU no tenshi" (アルプスの天使) 
November 14, 1964[1] April 9, 1965
95 86 "The Evil Punch Card" / "Magic Punch Card"
"ma no PANCHIKAADO" (魔のパンチカード) 
November 21, 1964[1] April 16, 1965
96 87 "Robot Future" / "The Great Rocket Robbery"
"ROBOTTOHYUUCHAA" (ロボットヒューチャー) 
November 28, 1964[1] April 23, 1965
97 88 "Confrontation in Space" / "Contest in Space"
"uchū no taiketsu" (宇宙の対決) 
December 5, 1964[1] April 30, 1965
98 89 "Zeo’s Legacy" / "Gift of Zeo"
"ZEO no isan" (ゼオの遺産) 
December 12, 1964[1] May 7, 1965
99 90 "Little Columbus" / "A Deep Deep Secret"
"chiisana KORONBUSU" (小さなコロンブス) 
December 19, 1964[1] May 14, 1965
100 91 "The Robot House" / "The Wonderful Christmas Present"
"ROBOTTOHAUSU" (ロボットハウス) 
December 26, 1964[1] May 21, 1965
101 92 "The Unmapped World" / "Uncharted World"
"chizu ni nai sekai" (地図にない世界) 
January 2, 1965[1] May 28, 1965
102 93 "Queen of the Devils’ Place" / "Jungle Mystery"
"makyō no joō" (魔境の女王) 
January 9, 1965[1] June 4, 1965
103 94 "Stairs Leading into Space" / "The Terrible Spaceman"
"uchū e no kaidan" (宇宙への階段) 
January 16, 1965[1] June 11, 1965
104 - "The Devil’s Balloon"
"akuma no fūsen" (悪魔の風船) 
January 23, 1965[1] -
105 96 "General Atom" / "General Astro"
"ATOMU shōgun" (アトム将軍) 
January 30, 1965[1] June 18, 1965
106 95 "The Boy from Outer Space" / "The Mighty Mite From Ursa Minor"
"uchū kara kita shōnen" (宇宙から来た少年) 
February 6, 1965[1] June 25, 1965
107 97 "Release of the Earth" / "Mystery of the Metal Men"
"chikyū kaihō" (地球解放) 
February 13, 1965[1] July 2, 1965
108 98 "Saturn Man" / "Super Human Beings"
"SATAANMAN" (サターンマン) 
February 20, 1965[1] July 9, 1965
109 99 "Phoenix" / "Phoenix Bird"
"fushichō" (不死鳥) 
February 27, 1965[1] July 16, 1965
110 100 "Expedition on Mercury" / "Menace from Mercury"
"suisei tanken" (水星探検) 
March 6, 1965[1] July 23, 1965
111 - "Robot Polymer"
"ROBOTTOPORIMAA" (ロボットポリマー) 
March 13, 1965[1] -
112 - "Samson’s Hair"
"SAMUSON no kami no ke" (サムソンの髪の毛) 
March 27, 1965[1] -
113 101 "'Back', the Country without Laughter" / "Dangerous Mission"
"warawanu BAKKU kuni" (笑わぬバック国) 
April 3, 1965[1] July 30, 1965
114 - "Metro Monster"
"METOROMONSUTAA" (メトロモンスター) 
April 10, 1965[1] -
115 - "The Big Runaway Safe"
"nigedashita taikin ko" (逃げだした大金庫) 
April 17, 1965[1] -
116 - "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part one)"
"shijōsaidai no ROBOTTO ( mae )" (史上最大のロボット(前)) 
April 24, 1965[1] -
117 - "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part two)"
"shijōsaidai no ROBOTTO ( nochi )" (史上最大のロボット(後)) 
May 1, 1965[1] -
118 - "Robot Grabby"
"ROBOTTORAGUBII" (ロボットラグビー) 
May 8, 1965[1] -
119 102 "The Flying Lens" / "Planet 13"
"sora tobu RENZU" (空とぶレンズ) 
May 15, 1965[1] August 6, 1965
120 - "Time Hunter"
"TAIMUHANTAA" (タイムハンター) 
May 22, 1965[1] -
121 103 "Ganimate" / "Prisoners in Space"
"GANIMEETO gō" (ガニメート号) 
May 29, 1965[1] August 13, 1965
122 - "The Monster Mantler"
"kaijū MANTORAA" (モンスターマントラー) 
June 5, 1965[1] -
123 - "Captain Dog"
"DOGGU taichō" (ドッグ隊長) 
June 19, 1965[1] -
124 104 "Parting Gift" / "Double trouble"
"okimiyage" (おきみやげ) 
July 3, 1965[1] August 20, 1965
J# Original title (English)
Original Title (Japanese)
Original Air Date (Japan)
125 "Find the Bacteria"
"saikin wo sagase" (細菌をさがせ) 
July 10, 1965[1]
126 "Roboids"
"ROBOIDO" (ロボイド) 
July 17, 1965[1]
127 "The Experimental Robot"
"jikken ROBOTTO" (実験ロボット) 
July 24, 1965[1]
128 "Treasures of the Inca Empire"
"INKA teikoku no takara" (インカ帝国の宝) 
July 31, 1965[1]
129 "Atom vs. Atom"
"ATOMU tai ATOMU" (アトム対アトム) 
August 14, 1965[1]
130 "The Storm on Mars"
"kasei no arashi" (火星の嵐) 
August 21, 1965[1]
131 "The Moon Champion"
"MUUNCHANPION" (ムーンチャンピオン) 
August 28, 1965[1]
132 "Prince Louis"
"RUI ouji" (ルイ王子) 
September 4, 1965[1]
133 "Revenge After Ten Years"
"10 nen me no fukushū" (10年目の復讐) 
September 11, 1965[1]
134 "Operation Escape"
"dasshutsu sakusen" (脱出作戦) 
September 18, 1965[1]
135 "The Robot-Dog Backy"
"ROBOTTO inu BAKKII" (ロボット犬バッキー) 
September 25, 1965[1]
136 "Inspector Jaguar"
"JAGAA keibu" (ジャガー警部) 
October 2, 1965[1]
137 "Little Cooley"
"chīsai KUURII" (小さいクーリー) 
October 9, 1965[1]
138 "1 Long Day"
"nagai 1 hi" (長い1日) 
October 16, 1965[1]
139 "Atom Stolen"
"nusumareta ATOMU" (盗まれたアトム) 
October 23, 1965[1]
140 "The King and Atom"
"ōsama to ATOMU" (王様とアトム) 
September 30, 1965[1]
141 "The Locomotive March"
"kikansha kōshinkyoku" (機関車行進曲) 
November 6, 1965[1]
142 "Minya’s Star"
"MIINYA no hoshi" (ミーニャの星) 
November 13, 1965[1]
Astro Boy and a group of passengers from a doomed rocketliner are stranded on an asteroid with strange characteristics and a mysterious monster. 
143 "Bird Street Story"
"BAADOSUTORIITO monogatari" (バードストリート物語) 
November 20, 1965[1]
144 "Lost Friendship"
"ushinawareta yūjō" (失われた友情) 
November 27, 1965[1]
145 "Atom in the Deep Sea"
"ATOMU shinkai wo iku" (アトム深海を行く) 
December 4, 1965[1]
146 "Report from the Future"
"mirai kara no hōkoku" (未来からの報告) 
December 11, 1965[1]
147 "Mid-air Screen"
"kūchū SUKURIIN" (空中スクリーン) 
December 18, 1965[1]
148 "Robio and Robiet"
"ROBIO to ROBIETTO" (ロビオとロビエット) 
December 25, 1965[1]
149 "The Can Capriccio"
"KANDUME kyō sō kyoku" (缶カプリッチョ) 
January 1, 1966[1]
150 "Miss Magnet"
"MAGUNETTO-chan" (マグネットちゃん) 
January 8, 1966[1]
151 "Lonely Atom"
"hitoribocchi no ATOMU" (ひとりぼっちのアトム) 
January 15, 1966[1]
152 "The Robot Bombs"
"ROBOTTO bakudan" (ロボット爆弾) 
January 22, 1966[1]
153 "The Red Merry-Go-Round"
"akai mokuba" (赤い木馬) 
January 29, 1966[1]
154 "Blue Bird Story"
"aoi tori monogatari" (青い鳥物語) 
February 5, 1966[1]
155 "The Crazed Boundary"
"kurutta kokkyōsen" (狂った国境線) 
February 12, 1966[1]
156 "Robot Mayor"
"ROBOTTO shichō" (ロボット市長) 
February 19, 1966[1]
157 "Gypsy’s Star"
"JIPUSHII no hoshi" (ジプシーの星) 
February 26, 1966[1]
158 "Funny Companion"
"okashina michizure" (おかしな道づれ) 
March 5, 1966[1]
159 "Devil and Angel"
"akuma to tenshi" (悪魔と天使) 
March 19, 1966[1]
160 "The Golden Flute"
"ōgon no FURUUTO" (黄金のフルート) 
March 26, 1966[1]
161 "Dream-Selling Aliens"
"yume wo uru uchūjin" (夢販売エイリアン) 
April 2, 1966[1]
162 "Operation Candy"
"KYANDEE sakusen" (キャンデー作戦) 
April 9, 1966[1]
163 "Road to Another World"
"bessekai e no michi" (別世界への道) 
April 16, 1966[1]
164 "The Space Spider"
"uchū gumo" (宇宙ぐも) 
April 23, 1966[1]
165 "A Great Fuss Over Babies"
"akanbō sōdō" (赤ん坊騒動) 
April 30, 1966
166 "The Jewel-Eating Monster"
"JUERU no ma zou" (ジュエルの魔像) 
May 7, 1966[1]
167 "Plenty of Balloons"
"fuusen ga ippai" (風船がいっぱい) 
May 14, 1966[1]
168 "The Island That Jumped Up"
"odori agatta shima" (おどりあがった島) 
May 21, 1966[1]
169 "Gift from the Future"
"miraijin no okurimono" (未来人の贈り物) 
May 28, 1966[1]
170 "Two Princesses"
"futari no ōjo" (二人の王女) 
June 4, 1966[1]
171 "Kutcher Forever"
"eien no KUCCHAA" (永遠のクッチャー) 
June 11, 1966[1]
172 "The Herald Brothers"
"HERARUDO kyōdai" (ヘラルド兄弟) 
June 25, 1966[1]
173 "Robotty"
"ROBOTTI" (ロボッティ) 
July 2, 1966[1]
174 "The Great Submarine Canal"
"kaitei daiun kawa" (海底大運河) 
July 9, 1966[1]
175 "Robot Wars (part one)"
"ROBOTTO daisensō ( mae )" (ロボット大戦争(前)) 
July 23, 1966[1]
176 "Robot Wars (part two)"
"ROBOTTO daisensō ( nochi )" (ロボット大戦争(後)) 
July 30, 1966[1]
177 "The Gigantic Robot"
"bakadekai ROBOTTO" (ばかでかいロボット) 
August 6, 1966[1]
178 "Chi-tan’s Nighttime Adventure"
"CHIITAN yoru no bōken" (カイたんの夜間冒険) 
August 20, 1966[1]
179 "Blue Horseman (part one)"
"ao kishi ( mae )" (青騎士(前)) 
August 27, 1966[1]
180 "Blue Horseman (part two)"
"ao kishi ( nochi )" (青騎士(後)) 
September 3, 1966[1]
181 "Ghost Manufacturing Machine"
"yuurei seizouki ( 2 sakume )" (幽霊製造機) 
September 10, 1966[1]
182 "Demented Cobalt"
"kurutta KOBARUTO" (狂ったコバルト) 
September 24, 1966[1]
183 "Japanese People from Space"
"uchū kara kita nihonjin" (宇宙から日本人) 
October 1, 1966[1]
184 "Time War"
"TAIMU sensō" (タイム戦争) 
October 8, 1966[1]
185 "Star of Africa"
"AFURIKA no hoshi" (アフリカの星) 
October 22, 1966[1]
186 "Monsters Come out at Night"
"obake wa yoru kuru" (おばけは夜来る) 
October 29, 1966[1]
187 "Baily’s Legend"
"BEERII no densetsu" (べーリーの伝説) 
November 5, 1966[1]
188 "Tengu of Kurama"
"kurama no tengu" (鞍馬の天狗) 
November 19, 1966[1]
189 "Confusion at the Shooting Studio"
"satsueijo sōdō" (撮影スタジオで混乱) 
November 26, 1966[1]
190 "Miracle of Mesopotamia"
"MESOPOTAMIA no kiseki" (メソポタミアの奇蹟) 
December 3, 1966[1]
191 "Wandering Roppi"
"sasurai no ROPPI" (さすらいのロッピ) 
December 17, 1966[1]
192 "Medusa’s Mansion"
"MEDOSSA no kan" (メドッサの館) 
December 24, 1966[1]
193 "The Greatest Adventure on Earth"
"chikyū saidai no bōken" (地球最大の冒険) 
December 31, 1966[1]

Theme songs[edit]

In Japan, 3 different opening variants and 2 different ending variants were used within the anime. In the U.S., though, the same opening and ending was used.

Japan[edit]

Openings

  1. "Mighty Atom Opening Theme Variant 1"
  2. "Mighty Atom Opening Theme Variant 2" (includes singing)
  3. "Mighty Atom Opening Theme Variant 3" (features Uran)

Endings

  1. "Mighty Atom Ending Theme Variant 1"
  2. "Mighty Atom Ending Theme Variant 2" (features Uran)

United States[edit]

Openings

  1. "Astro Boy Opening Theme"

Endings

  1. "Astro Boy Ending Theme"

Home video releases[edit]

Japan[edit]

VHS[edit]

Mighty Atom was released on VHS by Pony Video.

VHS Name Episodes Release Date
鉄腕アトム 地球防衛隊の巻
  • 56. "Earth defense Army"
May 21, 1986

DVD[edit]

It was also released on DVD by Nippon Columbia.

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 1
  • 1. "The Birth of Atom"
  • 2. "Frankenstein"
  • 3. "Adventure on Mars"
  • 4. "Guernica"
  • 5. "Sphinx"
  • 6. "Lightning Man"
  • 7. "Captain Atom"
  • 8. "Ghost Manufacturing Machine"
  • 9. "Black Looks"
  • 10. "The Fool Ivan"
  • 11. "Time Machine"
  • 12. "Cruciform Island"
  • 13. "The Eyes of Christ"
  • 14. "The Artificial Sun"
  • 15. "Plant People"
  • 16. "The White Vehicle Planet"
  • 17. "Robot Land"
  • 18. "Gadem"
  • 19. "Atom vs Garon"
  • 20. "Gaseous Beings"
  • 21. "Satellite R-45"
  • 22. "Sea Serpent Island"
  • 23. "The Mutant"
  • 24. "The Submarine Kingdom"
  • 25. "The Deep-Underground Tank"
  • 26. "Atlas"
  • 27. "Planet Pearl"
  • 28. "Mad Machine"
  • 29. "The Memorable Day"
  • 30. "Fuhrer ZZZ"
September 29, 2001
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 2
  • 31. "The Black Cosmic Ray"
  • 32. "Hot Dog Corps"
  • 33. "Three Magicians"'
  • 34. "Midoro Marsh"
  • 35. "The Human Farm"
  • 36. "The Religion of Pui Pui"
  • 37. "Uran"
  • 38. "The Disturbed Small Planet"
  • 39. "Red Cat"
  • 40. "Neo Caesar"
  • 41. "X Bomb"
  • 42. "The Yellow Horse"
  • 43. "His Highness Dead Cross"
  • 44. "The Egyptian Conspiritors"
  • 45. "Cleopatra's Necklace"
  • 46. "The Robot Spaceship"
  • 47. "The Cosmic Crab"
  • 48. "The Tenma Tribe"
  • 49. "Transparent Giant"
  • 50. "Atom Goes to the West"
  • 51. "Little Elephant Pura"
  • 52. "Snow Lion"
  • 53. "Goodbye 1963"
  • 54. "Duel on the Alps"
  • 55. "Rejuvenating Gas"
  • 56. "Earth Defense Army"
  • 57. "Robot School"
  • 58. "The 13 Mysterious Statues of God"
  • 59. "The Robot Buron X"
  • 60. "The Demon Bees"
March 1, 2002
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 3
  • 61. "Space Parasites"
  • 62. "The Phantom Ship"
  • 63. "The Artificial Iceberg"
  • 64. "Count Bat"
  • 65. "Brave Escapee"
  • 66. "The Space Viking"
  • 67. "Heroes of the Night"
  • 68. "Rebellion of the Dinosaur People"
  • 69. "The Secret of the Clock Tower"
  • 70. "Rafflesia"
  • 71. "The Last Day of Earth"
  • 72. "7 Days of Drifting in Space"
  • 73. "Big Titan"
  • 74. "Earth Expedition"
  • 75. "Flying City"
  • 76. "The Monster Machine"
  • 77. "Cape Town Lullaby"
  • 78. "The World in 500,000 Years"
  • 79. "Dr. Brain"
  • 80. "humanoid Bill"
  • 81. "Dreaming Machine"
  • 82. "Robot Olympics"
  • 83. "Garuda the Strange Bird"
  • 84. "The Dolphin Civilization"
  • 85. "The Demented Beltway"
  • 86. "The Time Gun"
  • 87. "Princess Kaguya"
  • 88. "The Bacteria Corps"
  • 89. "Gomes' Ghost"
  • 90. "The Robot Fortress"
  • 91. "Garon's Counterattack"
  • 92. "Three Robot Knights"
  • 93. "Cobalt"
August 31, 2002
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 4
  • 94. "Angel in the Alps"
  • 95. "The Evil Punch Card"
  • 96. "Robot Future"
  • 97. "Confrontation in Space"
  • 98. "Zeo's Legacy"
  • 99. "Little Columbus"
  • 100. "The Robot House"
  • 101. "The Unmapped World"
  • 102. "Queen of the Devils' Place"
  • 103. "Stairs Leading into Space
  • 104. "The Devil's Balloon"
  • 105. "General Atom"
  • 106. "The Boy from Outer Space
  • 107. "Release of the Earth"
  • 108. "Saturn Man"
  • 109. "Phoenix"
  • 110. "Expedition on Mercury"
  • 111. "Robot Polymer"
  • 112. "Samson's Hair"
  • 113. "Back, the Country without Laughter"
  • 114. "Metro Monster"
  • 115. "The Big Runaway Safe"
  • 116. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part one)"
  • 117. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part two)"
  • 118. "Robot Grabby"
  • 119. "The Flying Lens"
  • 120. "Time Hunter"
  • 121. "Ganimate"
  • 122. "The Monster Mantler"
  • 123. "Captain Dog"
  • 124. "Parting Gift"
  • 125. "Find the Bacteria"
  • 126. "Roboids"
January 18, 2003
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 5
  • 127. "The Experimental Robot"
  • 128. "Treasures of the Inca Empire"
  • 129. "Atom vs. Atom"
  • 130. "The Storm on Mars"
  • 131. "The Moon Champion"
  • 132. "Prince Louis"
  • 133. "Revenge After Ten Years"
  • 134. "Operation Escape"
  • 135. "The Robot-Dog Backy"
  • 136. "Inspector Jaguar"
  • 137. "Little Cooley"
  • 138. "1 Long Day"
  • 139. "Atom Stolen"
  • 140. "The King and Atom"
  • 141. "THe Locomotive March"
  • 142. "Minya's Star"
  • 143. "Bird Street Story"
  • 144. "Lost Friendship"
  • 145. "Atom in the Deep Sea"
  • 146. "Report from the Future"
  • 147. "Mid-air Screen"
  • 148. "Robio and Robiet"
  • 149. "The Can Capriccio"
  • 150. "Miss Magnet"
  • 151. "Lonely Atom"
  • 152. "The Robot Bombs"
  • 153. "The Red Merry-Go-Round"
  • 154. "Blue Bird Story"
  • 155. "The Crazed Boundary"
  • 156. "Robot Mayor"
  • 157. "Gypsy's Star"
  • 158. "Funny Companion"
  • 159. "Devil and Angel"
March 21, 2003
鉄腕アトム DVD-BOX 6
  • 160. "The Golden Flute"
  • 161. "Dream-Selling Aliens"
  • 162. "Operation Candy"
  • 163. "Road to Another World"
  • 164. "The Space Spider"

Separate sets of episodes were released as well.

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション 誕生編
  • 1. "The Birth of Atom"
  • 37. "Uran"
  • 93. "Cobalt"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション ロボット編
  • 82. "Robot Olympics"
  • 116. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part one)"
  • 117. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part two)"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション 宇宙編
  • 10. "The Fool Ivan"
  • 56. "Little Elephant Pura"
  • 71. "The Last Day of Earth"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション 続ロボット編
  • 179. "Blue Horseman (part one)"
  • 180. "Blue Horseman (part two)"
  • 126. "Roboids"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション VS編
  • 19. "Atom vs Garon"
  • 26. "Atlas"
  • 91. "Garon's Counterattack"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)
鉄腕アトム ベスト・セレクション 名作編
  • 9. "Black Looks"
  • 16. "The White Vehicle Planet"
  • 148. "Robio and Robiet"
March 21, 2003
July 23, 2008
(Limited Edition)

The episodes were placed in "Complete Box" Sets in 2008.

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
鉄腕アトム Complete Box 1
  • 1. "The Birth of Atom"
  • 2. "Frankenstein"
  • 3. "Adventure on Mars"
  • 4. "Guernica"
  • 5. "Sphinx"
  • 6. "Lightning Man"
  • 7. "Captain Atom"
  • 8. "Ghost Manufacturing Machine"
  • 9. "Black Looks"
  • 10. "The Fool Ivan"
  • 11. "Time Machine"
  • 12. "Cruciform Island"
  • 13. "The Eyes of Christ"
  • 14. "The Artificial Sun"
  • 15. "Plant People"
  • 16. "The White Vehicle Planet"
  • 17. "Robot Land"
  • 18. "Gadem"
  • 19. "Atom vs Garon"
  • 20. "Gaseous Beings"
  • 21. "Satellite R-45"
  • 22. "Sea Serpent Island"
  • 23. "The Mutant"
  • 24. "The Submarine Kingdom"
  • 25. "The Deep-Underground Tank"
  • 26. "Atlas"
  • 27. "Planet Pearl"
  • 28. "Mad Machine"
  • 29. "The Memorable Day"
  • 30. "Fuhrer ZZZ"
  • 31. "The Black Cosmic Ray"
  • 32. "Hot Dog Corps"
  • 33. "Three Magicians"'
  • 34. "Midoro Marsh"
  • 35. "The Human Farm"
  • 36. "The Religion of Pui Pui"
  • 37. "Uran"
  • 38. "The Disturbed Small Planet"
  • 39. "Red Cat"
  • 40. "Neo Caesar"
  • 41. "X Bomb"
  • 42. "The Yellow Horse"
  • 43. "His Highness Dead Cross"
  • 44. "The Egyptian Conspiritors"
  • 45. "Cleopatra's Necklace"
  • 46. "The Robot Spaceship"
  • 47. "The Cosmic Crab"
  • 48. "The Tenma Tribe"
  • 49. "Transparent Giant"
  • 50. "Atom Goes to the West"
  • 51. "Little Elephant Pura"
  • 52. "Snow Lion"
  • 53. "Goodbye 1963"
  • 54. "Duel on the Alps"
  • 55. "Rejuvenating Gas"
  • 56. "Earth Defense Army"
  • 57. "Robot School"
  • 58. "The 13 Mysterious Statues of God"
  • 59. "The Robot Buron X"
  • 60. "The Demon Bees"
  • 61. "Space Parasites"
  • 62. "The Phantom Ship"
  • 63. "The Artificial Iceberg"
  • 64. "Count Bat"
  • 65. "Brave Escapee"
  • 66. "The Space Viking"
  • 67. "Heroes of the Night"
  • 68. "Rebellion of the Dinosaur People"
  • 69. "The Secret of the Clock Tower"
  • 70. "Rafflesia"
  • 71. "The Last Day of Earth"
  • 72. "7 Days of Drifting in Space"
  • 73. "Big Titan"
  • 74. "Earth Expedition"
  • 75. "Flying City"
  • 76. "The Monster Machine"
  • 77. "Cape Town Lullaby"
  • 78. "The World in 500,000 Years"
  • 79. "Dr. Brain"
  • 80. "humanoid Bill"
  • 81. "Dreaming Machine"
  • 82. "Robot Olympics"
  • 83. "Garuda the Strange Bird"
  • 84. "The Dolphin Civilization"
  • 85. "The Demented Beltway"
  • 86. "The Time Gun"
  • 87. "Princess Kaguya"
  • 88. "The Bacteria Corps"
  • 89. "Gomes' Ghost"
  • 90. "The Robot Fortress"
  • 91. "Garon's Counterattack"
  • 92. "Three Robot Knights"
  • 93. "Cobalt"
July 23, 2008
鉄腕アトム Complete Box 2
  • 94. "Angel in the Alps"
  • 95. "The Evil Punch Card"
  • 96. "Robot Future"
  • 97. "Confrontation in Space"
  • 98. "Zeo's Legacy"
  • 99. "Little Columbus"
  • 100. "The Robot House"
  • 101. "The Unmapped World"
  • 102. "Queen of the Devils' Place"
  • 103. "Stairs Leading into Space
  • 104. "The Devil's Balloon"
  • 105. "General Atom"
  • 106. "The Boy from Outer Space
  • 107. "Release of the Earth"
  • 108. "Saturn Man"
  • 109. "Phoenix"
  • 110. "Expedition on Mercury"
  • 111. "Robot Polymer"
  • 112. "Samson's Hair"
  • 113. "Back, the Country without Laughter"
  • 114. "Metro Monster"
  • 115. "The Big Runaway Safe"
  • 116. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part one)"
  • 117. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part two)"
  • 118. "Robot Grabby"
  • 119. "The Flying Lens"
  • 120. "Time Hunter"
  • 121. "Ganimate"
  • 122. "The Monster Mantler"
  • 123. "Captain Dog"
  • 124. "Parting Gift"
  • 125. "Find the Bacteria"
  • 126. "Roboids"
  • 127. "The Experimental Robot"
  • 128. "Treasures of the Inca Empire"
  • 129. "Atom vs. Atom"
  • 130. "The Storm on Mars"
  • 131. "The Moon Champion"
  • 132. "Prince Louis"
  • 133. "Revenge After Ten Years"
  • 134. "Operation Escape"
  • 135. "The Robot-Dog Backy"
  • 136. "Inspector Jaguar"
  • 137. "Little Cooley"
  • 138. "1 Long Day"
  • 139. "Atom Stolen"
  • 140. "The King and Atom"
  • 141. "THe Locomotive March"
  • 142. "Minya's Star"
  • 143. "Bird Street Story"
  • 144. "Lost Friendship"
  • 145. "Atom in the Deep Sea"
  • 146. "Report from the Future"
  • 147. "Mid-air Screen"
  • 148. "Robio and Robiet"
  • 149. "The Can Capriccio"
  • 150. "Miss Magnet"
  • 151. "Lonely Atom"
  • 152. "The Robot Bombs"
  • 153. "The Red Merry-Go-Round"
  • 154. "Blue Bird Story"
  • 155. "The Crazed Boundary"
  • 156. "Robot Mayor"
  • 157. "Gypsy's Star"
  • 158. "Funny Companion"
  • 159. "Devil and Angel"
July 23, 2008

United States[edit]

VHS[edit]

Astro Boy was released on VHS by The Right Stuf.

VHS Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy 1
  • 1. "Birth of Astro Boy"
  • 67. "The Monster Machine"
1989
Astro Boy 2
  • 2. "Colosso"
  • 14. "One Million Mammoth Snails"
1989
Astro Boy 3
  • 70. "Super Brain"
  • 81. "Mystery of the Amless Dam"
1989

It was also released under the "30th Anniversary Collector's Series" print.

VHS Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy 30th Anniversary Collector's Series Volume 1
  • 55. "Vampire Vale"
  • 99. "Phoenix Bird"
September 22, 1993
Astro Boy 30th Anniversary Collector's Series Volume 2
  • 44. "Cleopatra's Heart"
  • 69. "Funnel to the Future"
September 22, 1993
Astro Boy 30th Anniversary Collector's Series Volume 3
  • 23. "The Deadly Flies"
  • 37. "Astro Boy Goes to School"
September 22, 1993
Astro Boy 30th Anniversary Collector's Series Volume 4
  • 57. "The Vikings"
  • 96. "General Astro"
September 22, 1993
Astro Boy 30th Anniversary Collector's Series Volume 5
  • 75. "Dolphins in Distress"
  • 91. "The Wonderful Christmas Present"
September 22, 1993

Episode 34, the "lost episode", was released on a single VHS tape.

VHS Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy: The Lost Episode
  • 34. "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms"
May 16, 1995

DVD[edit]

Two Ultra Collector's Edition DVDs were released by The Right Stuf, each containing 52 English dubbed episodes as well as many other features and extras.[2]

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy - Ultra Collector's Edition DVD Set 1
  • 1. "Birth of Astro Boy"
  • 2. "Colosso"
  • 3. "Expedition to Mars"
  • 4. "The Sphinx"
  • 5. "Cross Island"
  • 6. "Grass Boy"
  • 7. "Zero, The Invisible Robot"
  • 8. "Silver Comet"
  • 9. "Robot Land"
  • 10. "The Spirit Machine"
  • 11. "Strange Voyage"
  • 12. "The Artificial Sun"
  • 13. "The Deep Freeze"
  • 14. "One Million Mammoth Sails"
  • 15. "Gangor the Monster"
  • 16. "Secret Agent 3-Z"
  • 17. "The Haunted Ship"
  • 18. "Time Machine"
  • 19. "The Cosmic Giant"
  • 20. "Toxor the Mist Man"
  • 21. "Satellite R-45"
  • 22. "Sea Serpent Isle"
  • 23. "The Deadly Flies"
  • 24. "Kingdom of the Sea"
  • 25. "The Strange Birthday Present"
March 28, 2006
Astro Boy - Ultra Collector's Edition DVD Set 2
  • 53.
August 29, 2006

They were re-released in Mini Collection sets 3 years later.

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy DVD Mini Collection 1
  • 1. "Birth of Astro Boy"
  • 2. "Colosso"
  • 3. "Expedition to Mars"
  • 4. "The Sphinx"
  • 5. "Cross Island"
  • 6. "Grass Boy"
  • 7. "Zero, The Invisible Robot"
  • 8. "Silver Comet"
  • 9. "Robot Land"
  • 10. "The Spirit Machine"
  • 11. "Strange Voyage"
  • 12. "The Artificial Sun"
  • 13. "The Deep Freeze"
  • 14. "One Million Mammoth Sails"
  • 15. "Gangor the Monster"
  • 16. "Secret Agent 3-Z"
  • 17. "The Haunted Ship"
  • 18. "Time Machine"
  • 19. "The Cosmic Giant"
  • 20. "Toxor the Mist Man"
  • 21. "Satellite R-45"
  • 22. "Sea Serpent Isle"
  • 23. "The Deadly Flies"
  • 24. "Kingdom of the Sea"
  • 25. "The Strange Birthday Present"
October 6, 2009
Astro Boy DVD Mini Collection 2
  • 26.
October 6, 2009

A DVD containing the first 5 episodes was also released.

DVD Name Episodes Release Date
Astro Boy: the Beginning
  • 1. "Birth of Astro Boy"
  • 2. "Colosso"
  • 3. "Expedition to Mars"
  • 4. "The Sphinx"
  • 5. "Cross Island"
October 6, 2009

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