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| Posté le: Sam 2 Déc - 08:20 (2017) Sujet du message: Anime Adaptation of Urasawa’s ‘Pluto’ Scrapped Because Pluto isn’t a Planet
A poster at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival of Naoki Urasawa’s acclaimed manga Pluto hinted at a possibility of an anime adaptation. Urasawa, however, has now stepped up to comment and deny the hype revolving around the possibility: A Pluto anime won’t happen because Pluto isn’t a planet anymore.
“In Greek mythology, Pluto was the ruler of underworld — this ominous title was also given to the planet, and a demotion to dwarf-planet also dwarfs the entire title,” the 57-year-old manga artist said.
Urasawa speculates that it can be difficult to evoke feelings of mystical fear when the first image to pop into mind is a sad small rock in the far reaches of space. Ultimately this association was the factor that scared away all the possible producers.
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