Tetsujin 28-go (2004 TV series)

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Tetsujin 28-go
鉄人28号
(Tetsujin Nijūhachi-gô)
Genre Adventure, Science Fiction
Anime television series
Directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa
Written by Yasuhiro Imagawa
Music by Akira Senju
Studio Palm Studio
Licensed by
Original network TV Tokyo
Original run April 7, 2004September 29, 2004
Episodes 26
Anime film
The Daytime Moon
Directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa
Written by Yasuhiro Imagawa
Music by Akira Ifukube
Studio Palm Studio
Released March 31, 2007
Runtime 95 minutes
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Tetsujin 28-gō (Japanese: 鉄人28号, Hepburn: Tetsujin Nijūhachi-gō, literally "Iron Man No. 28") is a 2004 Japanese anime series and the remake of the original 1960s anime adaptation, animated by Genco and Palm Studio and written and directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa.[1][2][3] The series has been released in the United States under its original name by Geneon and in the United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment, the first time a Tetsujin-28 property has not been localized to Gigantor in America or other English speaking nations. While not fully based on the original manga, it followed an extremely different storyline than in the 1960s series.

Plot[edit]

The story takes place ten years after World War II, approximately the same time as the manga debuted, focused mainly on Shotaro's pursuit to control and fully understand Tetsujin's capabilities, all the while encountering previous creations and scientists from the Tetsujin Project.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

# Title Original airdate
1 "The Resurrection of Shotaro"

"Yomigaeru Shôtarô" (太郎の復活)

April 7, 2004
2 "No. 27 Vs. No. 28"

"Nijûhachi-gô tai nijûshichi-gô" (第 27 号 28 対)

April 14, 2004
3 "The Arrival of Monster Robot"

"Kai-robotto arawaru" (怪獣ロボットの到着)

April 21, 2004
4 "The Other Tetsujin Project"

"Mô hitotsu no Tetsujin keikaku" (他の鉄人プロジェクト)

April 28, 2004
5 "Tetsujin Vs. Black Ox"

"Tetsujin tai Burakku Okkusu" (鉄人対ブラックオックス)

May 5, 2004
6 "The Hunt for the Remote Control Box"

"Ubawareta sôjûki" (リモート コントロール ボックスのための狩り)

May 12, 2004
7 "Tetsujin Goes on a Crime Spree"

"Aku no tesaki Tetsujin abareru" (鉄人は犯罪天国に行く)

May 19, 2004
8 "The Plan to Recapture Tesujin NO. 28"

"Tetsujin Nijûhachi-gô dakkai sakusen" (Tesujin 第 28 号の奪還を計画)

May 26, 2004
9 "The Space Rocket Murders"

"Uchû roketto satsujin jiken" (宇宙ロケット殺人事件)

June 2, 2004
10 "The Super Human Kelly"

"Nazo no Chôningen Kerî" (超人間ケリー)

June 9, 2004
11 "The End of Super Human Kelly"

"Chôningen Kerî no saigo" (超人間ケリーの最後)

June 16, 2004
12 "The Melancholy of Doctor Black"

"Burakku hakase no yûutsu" (ブラック博士の憂鬱)

June 23, 2004
13 "The Glowing Entity"

"Hikaru no mottai" (熱烈なエンティティ)

June 30, 2004
14 "Black Mask the Phantom Thief"

"Kaitô burakku masuku" (怪盗ブラック マスク)

July 7, 2004
15 "Furanken's Assistants"

"Furanken no teishi-tachi" (Furanken のアシスタント)

July 14, 2004
16 "Kyoto Burns"

"Kyôto moyu" (京都やけど)

July 21, 2004
17 "The Kokuryumaru Incident"

"Kokuryû-maru jiken" (Kokuryumaru 事件)

July 28, 2004
18 "Shotaro Alone"

"Shotaro hitori..." (正太郎一人で)

August 4, 2004
19 "Confrontation with Nikoponski"

"Nikoponsukî to taiketsu" (Nikoponski との対決)

August 11, 2004
20 "The Phantom of Madara Rocks"

"Madara-iwa no kaijin" (マダラ岩の怪人)

August 18, 2004
21 "The PX Syndicate Conspiracy"

"PX-dan no inbô" (PX 団の陰謀)

August 25, 2004
22 "The End of the Rampage"

"Bôsô no hate ni..." (大暴れるの終わり)

September 1, 2004
23 "Tetsujin on Trail"

"Sabakareru Tetsujin" (歩道上の鉄人)

September 8, 2004
24 "Shikishima Alive"

"Ikiteita Shikishima" (生きている敷島)

September 15, 2004
25 "The Danger at Kurobe"

"Kurobe no kiki" (黒部で危険)

September 22, 2004
26 "Crime and Punishment"

"Tsumi to batsu" (罪と罰)

September 29, 2004

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