Atom, Android28, Eight man, Big X - 60s Best Anime List vol.1

by taro

Posted on 2020-12-28

otaku image by taro Atom, Android28, Eight man, Big X - 60s Best Anime List vol.1

Hello Weebs and Otakus!

I am pretty sure that you have been a expert at this category or even just started being into it, it's always nice to know what kind of animes are out there.

Here I put together some popular Animes back in 60s in Japan (since it all started in 60s in Japan, I mean Disney is the first in terms of animation industry, but "Anime"  is something that has been shaped to a certain way in Japan and that is what I am talking about here).
Now Why 60s? Because I am planning to do series of 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, etc that way you could see some timeline and how it's developed and so on.

Hope you enjoy this list and widen your knowledge about our love and passion :)

1. Tetsuwan Atomu (Astro boy)

ProductionDate Released
Mushi production1/1/1963 ~ 12/31/1966
Astro Boy's Late Creator to Release New Manga with Help ...
Astro boy

Description:
The first animation of the most popular work of Osamu Tezuka, a giant star in the manga world who has put a lot of passion into anime. It is also the originator of domestic 30-minute TV animation.

Story:
In the 21st century, Dr. Tenma, the Secretary of Science, who lost his only son Tobio in an accident, completes a high-performance boy robot Astro Boy with seven abilities as a rebirth.However, Atom, who was abandoned by Tenma if he was not a human being, is guarded by Dr. Ochanomizu, the new secretary of the Ministry of Science. In search of the happiness and bond between humans and robots, the days of Atom's adventure begin.

YouTube: https://youtu.be/KGq6z1mEU9Q

 

2. Tetsujin 28-go(Androido 28)

ProductionDate Released
TCJ10/20/1963 ~ 11/24/1965
Tetsujin 28-go Monument (鉄人28号 ヒニγƒ₯γƒ‘γƒ³γƒˆ) in Kobe (η₯žζˆΈ) Japan ...
Tetsujin 28 go

Description:
"Tetsujin 28-go (1st TV animation)" is the first TV animation of Mitsuteru Yokoyama's manga work "Tetsujin 28-go".

Story:
At the end of the Pacific War, the giant robot "Tetsujin 28-go", which was developed by the Imperial Japanese Army as a secret weapon for rejuvenation, appeared after the war and spy on villains and criminal organizations over a small controller (remote control) that freely manipulates ironmen. Shotaro Kaneda, a boy detective who is the main character, is also involved in the battle for the gang.
Shotaro, who acquired Tetsujin after many hardships, will play an active role in protecting peace by defeating criminals and mysterious robots that appear one after another with the power of Tetsujin 28-go.

YouTube: https://youtu.be/kj3Em_R2BsM

 

3. Eight(8th) Man

ProductionDate Released
TCJ11/8/1963 ~ 12/31/1964
8th Man | Nostalgia Central
8th Man

Description:
A sci-fi manga by Kazumasa Hirai, a sci-fi writer famous for "Genma Taisen," and a popular graphic novel artist, Jiro Kuwata, has been made into a television. This is the first domestically produced anime mainly aimed at teens.

Story:
Hachiro Azuma, a talented detective of the Metropolitan Police Department, is killed by a villain, but he is revived by a mysterious scientist, Dr. Tani, who transplants his memory and spirit into a super robot with supernatural powers.
Higashi, who ostensibly became the director of a private detective agency, fights against international criminals and science abusers as a secret investigator of the Metropolitan Police Department.

YouTube: https://youtu.be/CE6V_PLn2IU
 

4. Big X

ProductionDate Released
Tokyo movie(TMS)8/3/1964 ~ 9/27/1965
Black Sun: MONOCHROME ANIME: BIG X
Big X

Description:
Animated sci-fi adventure manga by Osamu Tezuka. It is also the first anime work of TMS (at that time, Tokyo Movie).Big X in the anime version is a ray of energy emitted from a mechanical pencil type device, and Akira hits it on the chest and transforms it into a steel body with scale 1 and a 20 times larger body with scale 2. is there.

Story:
During World War II, under Nazi Germany, who was trying to create an invincible army, Asagumo, a Japanese who was developing the drug "Big X" that makes creatures as strong as steel and huge. Dr. Asagumo and Dr. Engel, a German, feared the military use of "Big X" and embedded a card with the recipe of "Big X" in the body of Asagu's son Shigeru to keep the secret. That's right. Both doctors were shot dead and all Big X research papers were burned down.
Twenty years later, Dr. Asagu's grandson, Akira, is attacked by the secret society "Nazi Alliance" led by Dr. Engel's grandson Hans Engel, who aims to make "Big X", and his father, Shigeru, is killed. ..
The following year, Akira, who completed "Big X" in cooperation with Shigeru's best friend Dr. Hanamaru, himself became huge with "Big X" and confronted the Nazi alliance.

YouTube: https://youtu.be/CFrBGknrkeU

 

Alright folks, I think it is a lot already to digest all that so I will stop here and will come back for another lists of popular shows in 60s.

By the way, I think 2021 will be fantastic year! and it's good time to start something new. So join this community and start giving/sharing that are much appreciated by many and will bring back the joy to you!
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