Astro Boy (Original) - Volume 8

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Astro Boy (Original) - Volume 8


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Episode 36: Lily on Peligro island Lots of people find notes in bottles, but one day I found forty-three of them, all from a girl named Lily who was being held with her father on a strange island named Peligro. I wasn't supposed to leave the house at night, much less this country, but I decided I had to look for her. My first trip didn't give me any answers, only more baffling questions. Episode 37: The anti-proton gun What happens when the most powerful gun in the world is let loose in space? This time it's my job to keep the world from finding out. Everybody wants to get their hands on the anti-proton gun. Atlas wants it to take back to Earth. Walpur Guiss wants it to conquer the Earth and Livian becomes a pawn in the struggle. I just want to stop it. Episode 38: The man-made solar sphere In this episode a strange accident sets off a mystery involving a powerful man-made solar sphere, and which attracts the attention of the detective Shalock Holmespan. Dr. Elefun built the sphere years ago, but who has it now? Holmespan becomes Dr. Elefun and I become Holmespan and pretty soon nobody knows who's who. All we know for sure is we have to get the solar sphere away from whoever has it. Episode 39: Blackie Young On a rainy night Dr Elefun received a large package. Inside were the torn parts of a robot. Dr Elefun assembled as much as he could, and the headless robot began giving us a strange clue. The clue finally led us to the South Pole where robots were badly treated and a gang called Black Locks wore masks and proclaimed themselves the enemies of all robots. Episode 40: The Genie from outer space After a large meteorite fall to earth I went with Dr Elefun and a team of scientists to investigate, but it was no meteorite. It was a huge robot being delivered from one planet to another. Its name was Galon! It had powers so great it could transform the landscapes of entire planets. Once activated it couldn't be stopped by force - but it could be stopped with brains.
Release date Australia
April 18th, 2005
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
  • Standard Edition
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
Length (Minutes)
  • Animation
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